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Attn: Foster Care Agencies and Non-Profit Organizations Committed to Finding Permanency for Hispanic Foster Children

Discover 5 KEY STEPS To Help Your
Family Finding in Mexico

Does your organization want to find a biological parent or family member in Mexico for a child presently in foster care?

U.S. organizations and agencies are tasked with the due diligence of family finding to locate and notify a parent or relative of a child in various situations:

  • A child is entering the foster care system. Your agency wants to be in compliance with the Fostering Connection Act and do the family finding necessary to notify adult biological family members living in Mexico.

  • Your agency doesn't have the family finding resources to identify and locate biological family members living in Mexico.

  • A child is removed from the custody of the parent(s) and their only known family members are living in Mexico.

  • A child is presently in the care of Child Protective Services because both parents were recently killed and the child's family members all live in Mexico.

  • A biological parent living in Mexico needs to be notified of a pending adoption before custody of their child is given to another parent or foster family.

You have to find a relative in Mexico...
and you don't know how to proceed with your family finding.

"It is imperative to reconnect these [foster] children with those that love them despite borders."

Family finding"Connecting individuals to their families is vital to improving safety, well-being, and permanency outcomes for our most vulnerable youth. [Find Families In Mexico] Special Report contains beneficial information to those who wish to conduct searches for family in Mexico. Conducting a hopeful search for an individual in Mexico requires additional knowledge and information differing from the United States."

"Prior knowledge of this information, along with other essential tips in the report, could aid in a smoother and more encouraging search in Mexico. Thank you for your support to family finding's goal of providing each child with lifelong connections that only a family can offer."

Kevin Campbell
Founder and Director
Center for Family Finding and Youth Connectedness

Richard Villasana From the desk of Richard Villasana:

Find Families In Mexico specializes in performing family finding for state agencies to locate biological relatives in Mexico of foster children and be in compliance with the "Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008" (Section 103. Notification of relatives).

With 20 years of experience, we have assisted more than 4,100 families including the State of Oregon, Dept. of Human Services, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Child Protection Services, the Department of Defense, the Ninth Circuit Court, private foster care agencies and attorneys to identify and find biological parents and extended family members in Mexico. We can help your agency do the same.

Some agencies feel that if their staff spends family finding energy on the Internet, they will eventually find a parent or relative living in Mexico. The truth is that nearly 90% of personal information on Mexican residents is not available online. Much of the available data is limited to secondary information such as birth and marriage records and not current listings with names, addresses and phone numbers.

Other times, DHS will contact an organization known for family finding in the U.S. in the hopes that they have the resources to identify and locate a parent or relatives in Mexico. These organizations such as Children's Home Society have turned to Find Families In Mexico for advice or to take over the family finding.

Important Information
Our company has created a Special Report to introduce you to the information needed to conduct a search for a parent or relative living in Mexico.

With our Special Report, you will learn...

  • Why you may never find family members in Mexico using the Internet.

  • The absolutely critical information you must have to help ensure you find adult relatives in Mexico.

  • The biggest common mistake that could prevent you from ever finding a parent or extended family members.

"You cannot begin to imagine the joy
you have brought to my little girl"

Janette and daughter"I would like to start by telling you how infinitely thankful I will be for your help. I have a beautiful little girl who asks for her daddy. I lost touch with my daughter's father seven years ago. I called the number of the first person you listed, who turned out to be his sister. She took my contact information and he called last night!

We have talked and are looking forward to starting a father-daughter relationship. You cannot begin to imagine the joy that you have brought to my little girl and for that I will thank you eternally."

Update: Janette's daughter met her birth father for the first time in seven years in December.

Janette C.
Daughter reunited with birth father

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