Haiti Adoption Program

Dillon International began placing children from Haiti with U.S. families in 1991. Children are placed in a crèche due to abandonment or relinquishment by birth parents or a relative. Children become available for adoption in Haiti primarily because of the extreme economic disadvantages of their birth families.
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Waiting Child Photo Listing

Currently we have children who have been identified as being available for international adoption.

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When deciding if adoption is right for your family, we understand there are a lot of questions.  Schedule a time to talk to one of our adoption professionals.


Free Online Adoption Application

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Country Comparison


We understand that trying to choose a program that best fits your family can be overwhelming.  We have created a country comparison chart to help you see all the programs at one time.  We also have the option to start the adoption program without selecting a country program.  

Frequently asked questions

Who are the children available for adoption?

Boys and girls from 3-16 years old at time of placement

Can I select my child's gender?

Yes! Families may select gender preference for their child. Due to most families prefering a girl, families open to a boy will usually be matched with a child faster.

Can single applicants adopt?

Yes! Haiti allows for single women to adopt as long as they fit the single parent criterea.

What are the family requirements to adopt from Haiti?

Parents’ Ages

  • 29.5–50 years of age for heterosexual married couples. One parent may be as young as 25 as long as the other is between 29.5 and 50.
  • 34.5-50 years of age for single heterosexual women
Length of Marriage
  • At least 4.5 years for both first and/or second marriages
History of Arrests
  • None allowed
Children in Family Prior to Adoption
  • No more than 5 children. Larger families will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
  • All 50 states
Psychological Evaluation
  • Required for each parent
  • Minimum annual income of $30,000
  • Two trips. Both parents must travel on first trip, which is two weeks. One parent can travel for second trip, which is 4-5 days.

What does a typical Haiti program adoption timeline look like?

Estimated time frame are based on Dillon's current experience and can change during the process.

  • Application: 2-3 months
  • Home study: 2-3 months
  • USCIS and dossier: 2-3 months
  • Referral: 18-24+ months
  • Child’s arrival: 14-18 months
  • Total timeframe: 38-51+ months