Adopting a child has become more and more diffucult, even for Chinese.
ADOPTION LAW OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC CHINA
Article 20 A foreigner may， in accordance with this Law， adopt a child （male or female） in the People's Republic of China.
With respect to the adoption by a foreigner in the People's Republic of China， papers certifying such particulars of the adopter as age， marital status， profession， property， health and whether subjected once to criminal punishment shall be provided. Such certifying papers shall be notarized by a notarial agency or notary of the country to which the adopter belongs， and the notarization shall be authenticated by the Embassy or Consulate of the People's Republic of China stationed in that country. The adopter shall conclude a written agreement with the person placing out the child for adoption， register in person the adoption with a Chinese civil affairs department and complete the procedure for notarizing the adoption at a designated notarial agency. The adoptive relationship shall be established as of the date of the notarization.
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