Central Adoption India Will be Provide to Online Registration for Adopting Child Parents / Person Will be Fill Online Registration Form of CAI Online Form 2012.
“Adoption” means the process through which the adopted child is permanently separated from his biological parents and becomes the legitimate child of his adoptive parents with all the rights, privileges and responsibilities that are attached to the relationship. Adoption of orphan, abandoned and surrendered children in India is governed by a set of guidelines notified by Government of India.
CARA encourages Prospective Adoptive Parents (Indian Nationals residing in India) are advised to register with the recognised adoption agency in their country of residence. Prospective Adoptive Parents residing abroad have to move through CARA enlisted foreign agencies/central authorities. CARA provides facility for online registration and status tracking to the parents.
All existing child care institutions housing orphan, abandoned and surrendered children are required to register with the State Government and apply for recognition as Special Adoption Agency(SAA) as per provisions of the JJ Act. After being recognised as SAA, such agencies should register under CARINGS to be part of CARA network. CARINGS would facilitate linkages between agencies to ensure early rehabilitation of the child.
Presently there are 72 RIPA’s which undertake both In-Coutry as well as Inter-Country Adoptions and 254 SAA’s which undertake only In-Country Adoption.