Are you considering international adoption? Finding an adoption agency to partner with can be a huge decision so consider their service, reputation, and fees. Here is a list of international adoption agencies to consider.

  • Holt International
    Founded in 1956, Holt International maintains provides active partnerships and programs in 13 countries — providing the tools and resources to uplift children and strengthen families in some of the world’s most impoverished communities.
  • All God’s Children International
    Over the past 25 years, AGCI has united over 3,172 children from 23 countries with their forever families.
  • All Blessings International
    As a non-profit Christian adoption agency, All Blessings International provides child placement services through domestic and international adoption.
  • Children’s Home Society 
    In 2012, Children’s Home Society of Minnesota (Children’s Home) and Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota (LSS) combined complementary adoption services, high standards of quality and experience creating and supporting families. Both organizations have a long history that began with the mission of providing care and finding families for orphaned children in 1865 (LSS) and 1889 (Children’s Home).
  •  NightLight Christian Adoptions
    Founded in 1959, NightLight is the leader in Snowflakes® embryo adoption, with international programs in 15 countries, foster and domestic adoption for clients nationwide. NightLight has facilitated more than 2,000 domestic adoptions, 1,700 international adoptions and 550 embryo adoptions have been completed by Nightlight.
Read this guide to help new adoptive parents navigate the travel process when picking up their child