- “Letter of Approval” issued by Ministry of Children and Youth Services;
- “Letter of Confirmation” (certifying that the candidate-adoptive parents have not been prohibited to exercise their parental rights) issued by the Canadian adoption agency;
- “Home Study” prepared by an approved adoption practitioner;
- In case the home study report is issued more than one year prior to submission, an updated report or a document, confirming that there are no significant changes in the circumstances, described in the report is required.
- “Medical Letters” for the candidates; In the medical certificate, the doctor's signature and seal have to be notary certified (so the notary's seal, signature,etc. should practically follow the doctor's signature on the medical certificate).
- “Police clearances” for both candidates issued by Interpol, Central Bureau;
- “Record of Marriage” (for married couples);
- “Authorization of Representation” by the candidate-adoptive parents to Family National Association;
- “Declaration of Information” according to Art. 20, Clause 10 of Ordinance No.2/2014;
- Declaration about the characteristics of the desired child(ren) and the adoptive parents' motivation;
All documents must be sent in original and legalized.