A: Here are a few examples of the most common types of documentation that are usually required.
- Notarized copy of your completed home study
- Net worth (listing of debts versus assets)
- Income tax return records for 2-3 years
- Listing of adoption expenses that haven been paid and what still needs to be paid
- Monthly cash flow or budget
This is not an exhaustive list of items or documents that you will need for adoption grants and loans. Each application is different, so make sure to check the requirements of the grants or loans you are applying for.
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