USCIS Will Not Resume Processing Adoptions from Fiji

Date: January 17, 2013

By: Edward Shulman

Because the State Department has determined that Fiji does not have a fully functional Hague Adoption Convention process and therefore still cannot certify adoption decrees or custody orders obtained in Fiji for children who habitually reside there, USCIS will not approve I-800 petitions for children from Fiji at this time.

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Washington Post: Citing Rubio's Plan, White House Sees Hope for Bipartisan Deal on Immigration

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