HHAMA notice in relation to travel & COVID-19
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HHAMA notice in relation to travel & COVID-19

HHAMA notice in relation to travel & COVID-19

HHAMA notice in relation to travel & COVID-19

 19th March 2020

HHAMA is continuing to monitor the current situation in relation to COVID-19.

 

As of 18 March 2020, no travel is to be undertaken to any jurisdiction/country to effect an intercountry adoption.

 

This decision has been made in conjunction with the Adoption Authority, and the Department of Children & Youth Affairs has been informed.

 

In relation to document and dossier submissions; several of the sending authorities have closed their offices and so we continue to monitor document status in HHAMA and email scans where practical. This is a matter we continue to monitor in relation to courier services and sending countries’ ability to receive packages.

 

HHAMA