India Adoption Program
Dillon International began placing children from India with U.S. families in 1986. Children become available for adoption in India primarily because of the extreme economic disadvantages of their birth families and the social stigma of single parenthood.
For Indian Heritage families: Families with Non-Resident Indian (NRI) status will have their adoption treated on-par with a domestic Indian adoption. NRI means one spouse needs to be a U.S. citizen and the other spouse needs to be an Indian citizen with a valid Indian passport
LOOK AT ALL THE DIFFERENT PROGRAMS
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.