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Background Information for "Never Home Alone!"

Packet 2
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Six of the eleven children in this family were adopted from Korea.
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Once a child from abroad is adopted, the child automatically becomes a U.S. citizen.
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Adopted children have the same legal rights in a family as the biological children.
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In some cases, the adoption may be an "open adoption."
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This means that the birth parents or relatives know the people who have adopted the child.
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They may correspond with(write to and get letters from)the adoptive parents and even with the child.
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Should the child wish to meet his or her biological parents, they can be easily contacted.
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