Colorado adoptees Sign up with the state

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Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#1 Jul 19, 2012
Hi, Colorado adoptees can sign up on the State Mutual consent registry.

You can be reunited. It doesn't have to cost hundreds of dollars.

Joan

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#2 Jul 28, 2012
Hi, Parents and Siblings can sign up too. You can be reunited. You don't have to hire a ci or anyone from the agency.

Sign up with the Colorado State Registry.

Joan

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#3 Jun 9, 2013
http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/CDPHE-CH...

this is where you can get the forms.

This is important to know too. Adoptees born in certain years can request their original birth cert.
Please read this carefully:

http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/CDPHE-CH...

Still sign up with the state registry. If the other party is signed up, it will be easier to be reunited.

Joan

If you read this and are searching, add your search on this thread. Share it too.
Even if you aren't an adoptee or parent, share it. It could help many people.

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#4 Jun 9, 2013
http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite...

This explains who can sign a consent waiver, and please do it, if you are on that list.
The more that sign consent waivers the more people can be reunited if they want to be.

Parents especially need to sign a consent waiver, Notarized. So if the adoptee comes along they can then get their identifying information.

Please share this, you never know who may read it, and it could help.

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#5 Oct 6, 2013
Check out about getting your orig birth cert.

Sign up with the state registry. Also check at www.registry.adoption.com

Joan

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#7 Oct 22, 2013
Read this, join us on http://groups.yahoo.com/group/theregistry

Ask questions. We can help with all the states, and Canada.

Joan

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#8 Nov 8, 2013
Also check the largest on line database around.
www.registry.adoption.com

It can be checked by name, birthday, state.

or combination of ways.

Joan

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#9 Nov 16, 2013
Did you move? Update your respective state registry.

Joan

“If you're happy & you know it”

Level 7

Since: Feb 13

clap your hands!

#10 Nov 20, 2013
Hey, Joan. I admire your dedication.

~Shady

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#11 Nov 21, 2013
maybe share the messages on fb, and twitter. Ya never know whose life it may affect.

thanks, appreciate the kind words.

Joan

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#12 Dec 6, 2013
Updating this and sharing on twitter and fb.

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#13 Jan 13, 2014
Bumping this up. Happy new year everyone!

please share on twitter and fb, You never know who you may help.

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#14 Jan 17, 2014
ShadyBits wrote:
Hey, Joan. I admire your dedication.
~Shady
Hi Shady, thank you for your sincere support. Please share on twitter or fb if you are on those places.

So many don't know their rights. Parents don't know they can sign up with the state registry,

thanks again, and Happy New year to you.

Joan

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#15 Jan 24, 2014
Share this on twitter and Fb, Lets get the new laws and word out.

Joan

Level 8

Since: Apr 12

Willcox, AZ

#16 Jan 29, 2014
Were you adopted and born in North Dakota?

Access to Adoption Records

Who May Access Information
Citation: Cent. Code 14-15-16

Nonidentifying information must be provided to:
The adoptive parents
The adult adoptee
The birth parent
Identifying information may be provided to:

The birth parents
The adoptive parents
The adoptee
Adult birth siblings
The adult child of an adoptee
Access to Nonidentifying Information
Citation: Cent. Code 14-15-16; 14-15-01(12)

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Nonidentifying information, if known, concerning undisclosed birth parents must be furnished upon written request to the individuals listed above. The term 'nonidentifying adoptive information' includes:
The age of the birth parent at the time of the child's birth
The heritage and religion of the birth parent
The education completed by the birth parent at the time of the child's birth
The general physical appearance of birth parent at the time of the child's birth, including the height, weight, color of hair, eyes, skin, and other information of a similar nature
The talents, hobbies, and special interests of the birth parents
The existence of any other children born to either birth parent
The reasons for the child being placed for adoption
The vocation of the birth parent in general terms
The health history of the birth parents and blood relatives

Mutual Access to Identifying Information
Citation: Cent. Code 14-15-16

Before the child reaches adulthood, exchanges of identifying information may take place between the birth parents, adoptive parents, and adoptee.
Disclosure of a party's identifying information may not occur unless the party consents to disclosure.
If one parent objects, the identifying information disclosed by the agency may only relate to the consenting parent or parents.
An adoptee who is age 18 or older may request the department to initiate the disclosure of information identifying his or her birth parents or adult birth sibling. A birth parent or adult birth sibling may request the department to initiate the disclosure of information identifying that individual. An adult child of an adoptee may request the department to initiate the disclosure of information identifying the adoptee's birth parents.

Within 90 days after receiving a request, the child-placing agency shall make complete and reasonable efforts to notify the individual or individuals that a disclosure of identifying information has been requested. An adoptee, birth parent, or birth sibling may authorize disclosure, refuse to authorize disclosure, or take no action. If no action is taken in response to a request, the child-placing agency must treat that as a refusal to authorize disclosure, except that it does not preclude disclosure after the person's death.

Upon application to the department by an adult adoptee or the parent or guardian of a minor adoptee, the department may investigate to determine the adoptee's eligibility for enrollment as a member of an Indian Tribe.

Access to Original Birth Certificate
Citation: Cent. Code 23-02.1-18

The original birth record is available only upon order of a court or as provided by rules and regulations.

Where the Information Can Be Located

North Dakota Department of Human Services, Adoption Search/Disclosure

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