Bulgaria programme
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Bulgaria programme

As with all our adoption programmes, we recommend applicants contact us for an overview of all country programmes as selecting a country is an important decision and by discussing the different programmes with HHAMA applicants can be helped to make a decision which is informed and realistic in terms of completing an adoption.


To indicate your interest in the Bulgaria programme, please email us at helpinghands.ama@gmail.com  We will respond to your Inquiry with our information email and details of how you can pre-register with HHAMA to avail of our service..

10th May 2017 update

outlining the time-phased element of the Bulgaria NGO Vesta Charge

Fee schedule Bulgaria programme

HHAMA Irish Fees

The HHAMA Fee applies to the Irish costs for intercountry adoption and is additional to the Sending Country Programme fee.

Details of the HHAMA Irish Fee are currently available on our Fees page

Sending Country Fees

N.B. These are in-country (Bulgaria) costs only.

Bulgaria country charges Amount (€)
NGO VESTA charges. Dossier submission €1,950
Acceptance of referral €1,300
Time of travel €3,250
Subtotal Bulgaria country charges
€6,500

Please contact us for a dossier listing and for a formal invitation to register for this programme as, with all of our programmes, it is important your application and expectations match the realistic waiting time to adopt from Bulgaria.

Bulgaria requires 4 post-placement reports for a period of two years after the adoption.

The reports shall be completed every six months in a course of two years by a licensed social worker.

The reports should contain information about the physical and mental condition of the child, about his/her adaptation, etc.

The post-placement reports should include photos of the child.

Sending post placement information is a legal requirement of the Ministry of Justice and families are obliged to strictly follow the post placement schedule for sending the reports.