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Please note that single persons and same-sex couples are explicitly prohibited from adopting in Indonesia.

Who Can Be Adopted

In addition to U.S. immigration requirements, Indonesia has specific requirements that a child must meet in order to be eligible for adoption:

PAPs should be aware that not all children in orphanages or children’s homes are adoptable. In many countries, birth parents place their child(ren) temporarily in an orphanage or children’s home due to financial or other hardship, intending that the child return home when this becomes possible. In such cases, the birth parent(s) have rarely relinquished their parental rights or consented to their child(ren)’s adoption.

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Additionally, Yayasan Sayap Ibu is the only agency in Jakarta licensed by the Ministry of Social Affairs to facilitate inter-country adoptions. In areas of Indonesia where Yayasan Sayap Ibu is not represented, the first point of contact should be the Ministry of Social Affairs.

The process for adopting a child from Indonesia generally includes the following steps:

In order to adopt a child from Indonesia, you will need to meet the requirements of the Government of Indonesia and U.S. immigration law.

PAPs are strongly encouraged to consider contacting Yayasan Sayap Ibu if they are interested in adopting an Indonesian child from anywhere within Indonesia. PAPs can make an appointment with Yayasan Sayap Ibu (Jalan Barito II, No 55, Kebayaron Baru; Phone: 021 722 1763 / 726 6317) for a consultation on adoption. Both PAPs should attend the consultation. During the consultation, PAPs will meet with a social worker to discuss their motivation, qualifications, and eligibility to adopt.

If Yayasan Sayap Ibu determines that the PAPs are suitable to adopt, both PAPs will have to submit the following paperwork:

1. PAPs' health certificate from an Indonesian government hospital. 2. Health certificate from the Indonesian Government Mental Health Specialist describing the PAPs' mental health. 3. Statement from an Indonesian government hospital gynecologist regarding involuntary childlessness. 4. Copy of both PAPs' birth certificates, authenticated by the Indonesian Embassy in the country of issuance. If there is no Indonesian Embassy in the country of issuance, the PAPs must contact the Indonesian Embassy responsible for providing consular services to that country. 5. Copy of both PAPs' Passports and Residency Permits (KIMS / KITAS). 6. Copy of ID cards for the prospective adoptive child and his/her biological parent(s) and/or a copy of the family card of the child's biological parent(s) and/or proof of religious affiliation of the child's biological parent(s) and/or a court decision regarding the child's religion. 7. Certificate of Good Conduct for the PAPs from Indonesian National Police. 8. Copy of PAPs' marriage certificate, authenticated by the Indonesian Embassy in the country in which they were married, by the Embassy in Jakarta of the country in which they were married, and by the Embassy in Jakarta of their country of origin. (For example if U.S. citizens were married in Singapore, their marriage certificate will need to be authenticated by the Singapore Embassy in Jakarta as well as by the Indonesian Embassy in Singapore. They must also execute a sworn statement certifying their marriage certificate before a consular officer at the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta.) 9. Copy of birth certificates of PAPs' previous children authenticated by the Indonesian Embassy in the country of issuance. 10. Income statement from the PAPs' employers, notarized at the embassy of the PAPs' country or origin, and reviewed and recorded by the Indonesian Department of Foreign Affairs and Department of Law and Human Rights, which has authority to accept or reject such income statements. 11. Family photos of the PAPs and photos of their home and surroundings. 12. Three photos (3x4cm) of each PAP. 13. Statement from the prospective adoptive child, in cases where the child is able to express his/her opinion as determined by DEPSOS. 14. Letter of permission from the prospective adoptive child's biological parent(s) or legal guardian(s). 15. Statement that the adoption is in the child's best interests and is for his/her protection. 16. Statement by the PAPs that they will report the development of the child to the Indonesian Embassy every year until the child is 18 years old. 17. Statement by the PAPs that they will contact the Indonesian Embassy when they move, both within a country or to another country. PAPs need to inform the appropriate Indonesian Embassy of any change of address. 18. Statement by the PAPs that they agree to be visited by a representative from the Indonesian Embassy to monitor and report on the child's development until the child is 18 years old. 19. Statement from the PAPs stating that all documents submitted in connection with the application to adopt are valid and factual. 20. Statement by the PAPS that they will raise the child as if s/he were their own child, with no discrimination, in accordance with the child's rights and needs. 21. Statement by the PAPs that they will notify their adopted child of his/her origins and biological parents based on the readiness of the child. 22. A letter issued by the PAPs' embassy, stating that the PAPs' country of residence has found the PAPs eligible and suitable to adopt intercountry. The U.S. Embassy in Jakarta provides this letter when USCIS has approved the PAPs' Form I-600A. 23. A sworn statement provided by PAPs and notarized at the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta that provides the PAPs' address and length of residency in Indonesia and separate statements of domicile from the local Indonesian authorities (RT, RW and Kelurahan). 24. Letters from close relatives (parents, siblings, aunts, uncles) of the PAPs supporting their intention to adopt an Indonesian child. 25. Social report about the child written by a social worker from the child care agency. 26. Letter of relinquishment from the child's biological mother or legal guardian to a hospital, local police, or a local community. The letter terminates the mother's or legal guardian's parental rights to the child. 27. Handover letter of the child from the social welfare organization to a child care agency (orphanage). 28. Social report about the PAPs written by a social worker from the DEPSOS.

All statements must be written on Indonesian stamped duty paper (special paper which is used in Indonesia for legal documents or statements).

When all required paperwork is complete, PAPs can submit the application for adoption to Yayasan Sayap Ibu, which will then forward it to DEPSOS. DEPSOS usually grants permission for the child to be released into the PAPs’ foster care.

To meet U.S. immigration requirements, you may also file an I-600A, Application for Advance Processing of an Orphan Petition with U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to be found eligible and suitable to adopt.


A child will acquire U.S. citizenship upon entry into the United States if the adoption was finalized prior to entry and the child otherwise meets the requirements of the Koolaburra by UGG Rylee Womens Ankle Boots O51ci

An adoption will need to be completed following your child’s entry into the United States for the child to acquire U.S. citizenship.

Read more about the Child Citizenship Act of 2000 .

The recommended first step in adopting a child from Indonesia is to decide whether or not to use a licensed adoption service provider in the United States that can help you with your adoption. Adoption service providers must be licensed by the U.S. state in which they operate. The Department of State provides information on selecting an adoption service provider on its website.

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