Since the beginning of our campaign in 2015, adoptees from over twenty-five countries including South Korea, Vietnam, Philippines, China, Japan, Thailand, Great Britain, Ireland, Russia, Ukraine, Germany, India, Haiti, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Panama, Guatemala, El Salvador, St. Kitts, Somoa and others have come forward with citizenship failure.
ARC is the only known organization in the world to be led by impacted adoptees with a mission to educate, organize, and advocate for adoptee rights. By promoting corrective legislation and advocating for the prevention of deportation, we aim to empower adoptees toward family unity, economic stability, and community engagement.
ARC works with adoptees, adoptive parents, legal associations, adoption coalitions, human rights organizations, and many other network affiliates in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California, Nevada, Washington, Washington DC, Virginia, Arizona, and Texas. We also work closely with the South Korean government to foster government to government advocacy and for case support services to South Korean adoptees without US citizenship.
ARC welcomes those eager to spread awareness and community-level interest striving to secure citizenship for intercountry adoptees.
Updated on 2018-04-16T23:18:56+00:00, by .