Deed of adoption has to be executed by biological parents in your favour
2) deed of adoption should be duly registeted
3)however no consideration should exchange hands
4) tomorrow biological parents can raise the plea that they were forced to give child in adoption and demand child back
5) it is better you adopt child through CARA
6) Every resident Indian prospective adoptive parents, who intends to adopt a child, shall register online in Child Adoption Resource Information and Guidance System by filling up the application form as provided in Schedule-5 and uploading the relevant documents.
7) The registration shall be complete and confirmed to the prospective adoptive parents immediately on receipt of the completed application form and required documents on Child Adoption Resource Information and Guidance System.
(8 The prospective adoptive parents shall get their registration number from the acknowledgement slip and use it for viewing the progress of their case.
(9 The home study report of the prospective adoptive parents shall be prepared by the specialised adoption agency in the State, where prospective adoptive parents are located, through its social worker or through a social worker from a panel maintained by the State Adoption Resource Agency or District Child Protection Unit, as the case may be.
(10 The home study report shall be completed in the format given in Schedule – 6, within one month from the date of submission of requisite documents and shall be shared with the prospective adoptive parents immediately, thereafter.
11( The home study report shall be posted in the Child Adoption Resource Information and Guidance System by the specialised adoption agency or District Child Protection Unit or State Adoption Resource Agency as the case may be, as soon as it is complete.
(12) The home study report will remain valid for two years and shall be the basis for adoption of a child by the prospective adoptive parents from anywhere in the country.
(13) The prospective adoptive parents shall be declared eligible and suitable by the specialised adoption agency based upon the home study report and supporting documents and in case any prospective adoptive parent is not declared eligible or suitable, the reasons for the same shall be recorded in the Child Adoption Resource Information and Guidance System.
(14) The prospective adoptive parents can appeal against the decision of rejection to Central Adoption Resource Authority.
(15 The appeal referred to sub-paragraph (9) shall be disposed of within fifteen days and the decision of Central Adoption Resource Authority in this regard shall be binding.
(16 The District Child Protection Unit shall facilitate online registration of prospective adoptive parents, uploading of documents and also for addressing technical difficulties faced by the specialised adoption agencies.
Provided that the adoption of a child by the prospective adoptive parents, after completion of their registration and home study report, shall depend upon the availability of a suitable child.