How To Adoption of a Child In Belgium

How To Adoption of a Child In Belgium

The preparation for the adoption

The document contains information on the various stages of the procedure as well as the legal consequences and the additional consequences of an adoption.

  • To find information about the French community, visit:

Ministre de la Communaut Franaise

Direction gnrale de lAide la Jeunesse

Autorit centrale communautaire

Espace 27 septembre

Boulevard Lopold II 44 map

1080 Brussels

Tl: 02 413 41 35

  • For those living in the Dutch-speaking community Go to:

Kind en Gezin

Hallepoortlaan 27

1060 Brussels map

Tl: 02 533 14 76

Adopting in Belgium

  • After the court’s judicial process The clerk at the tribunal will invite the appropriate municipal administration to record the procedure in the registers of deaths, births and marriages. The adoption will then be added to the register of population.

The Adoption of Abroad

  • The file from the foreign country must be subject to the approval of the central authority of the federal government, to ensure that a ‘certificate for record of the foreign decision to adoption’ is obtainable.
  • The adopting parents have to present the foreign file as well as the adoption certificate to the municipality in order to get the entry of the adoption on the register of population and for possible transcription into the registers of deaths, births and marriages. Although the transcription isn’t mandatory, it is recommended that you ask for the Registry office to transcribe adoption outside of the country. It is then possible to get the transcription anytime.

Service Public fdral Justice

Direction gnrale de la Lgislation et des Liberts et Droits Fondamentaux

Service de lAdoption internationale

Boulevard de Waterloo 115

1,000 Brussels plan

Tl: 02 542 65 11

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Documents that are required Adoption of a Child

Adoption in the United States

  • Foreign file and the certification to the municipality to make the entry of the adoption on the register of the population as well as for possible transcription into the registers of deaths, births and marriages.

Office Locations and Contacts

Population Service

Adoption

Centre for administration

Boulevard Anspach, 6

2nd floor

1,000 Brussels Map

Tel: 02 279 35 61

Open hours Monday between 8:30 am and 3 pm and Tuesday from 8:30 am until 12 pm Wednesday, 8:30 am until 3 pm and Thursday from 8:30 am until 6 pm on Friday, and between 8:30 am and 12 pm. The distribution of tickets begins at 8:15 am.

Hours of operation: Monday to Friday, 8 am until 4 pm

Registry Office (Civil status)

Administration centre

Boulevard Anspach 6

1st floor

1,000 Brussels Map

Tel: 02 279 34 35

Email: EtatCivil.DEM@brucity.be

Open hours Monday to Wednesday, from 8:30 am until 3 pm on Thursday, between 8:30 am and 6 pm on Friday, and from 8:30 am until 12 pm. The distribution of tickets starts starting at 8:15 am.

Hours of operation: Monday to Friday, 8 am until 4 pm

Documentation is needed

Adoption is the process by which an individual assumes parental responsibility for another person and effectively forever transfers all rights and responsibilities including filiation, to the parent who is biological or.

Adoption law by Belgium began to take effect on September 1, 2005. It requires that any person who plans to foster a baby should adhere to the process of preparation arranged by the relevant community.

External Links

  • Adoption, meaning.
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rg/wiki/Adoption

  • Adoption of Children:
http://www.brussels.be/artdet.cfm/4844

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