The bill would help intercountry adoptees who are without US citizenship by amending current immigration law, plus making it retroactive to those born after 1940.
More than 100 conference committee members will soon begin negotiating a massive technology bill, a version of which could eliminate a loophole denying US citizenship to thousands of intercountry adoptees.
What the latest Congressional developments mean for intercountry adoptees without US citizenship.
An equal rights bill in Massachusetts, which removes date-based restrictions on the release of an adopted person’s own original birth certificate, is again set for hearing. Here’s what you need to know.