Guyana Becomes Party to Hague Adoption Convention

by Eliza Grinberg on May. 01, 2019

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Summary: The Department of State (DOS) noted that Guyana has deposited its instrument of accession to the Hague Adoption Convention.

immigration attorney nycThe Department of State (DOS) noted that Guyana has deposited its instrument of accession to the Hague Adoption Convention [PDF version]. The Hague Convention will enter into force in Guyana on June 1, 2019. This makes Guyana the 100th country to become a party to the Hague Adoption Convention. The DOS is working on determining whether the United States will be able to process Hague Convention adoptions with Guyana under U.S. law.

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