Poland programme
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Poland 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.

HHAMA is not currently accepting any applications for the Poland programme.

10th May 2017 update

Fee schedule Poland 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

There are no fees charged by the Polish agency, other than some legal costs charged as incurred.

Full details of dossiers required for each country programme are issued by HHAMA to applicants who have completed the pre-registration phase, are in receipt of an Article 15 approval from the Adoption Authority of Ireland and are then subsequently formally invited to submit a dossier.  It is not advisable to compile documents in advance of that formal invitation as dossier listings, notary and authentication requirements and translation criteria change from time to time.

The requirement for Post Placement Reports for Poland are :

A report every year for the first 3 years, ie after 12, 24 and 36 months.

Subsequent reports are required every 2 years up to the child’s 18th birthday.

Post Placement Reports 1 to 3 must be completed by a social worker. Typically, such reports describe the child’s well-being, including relevant medical, emotional, residential, and educational information.  The subsequent reports can be compiled by the family.

The report must be submitted to HHAMA in Polish and must be accompanied by at least 8 colour photographs.