Home Study Service

Great Wall China Adoption’s social workers provide home study, home study updates, and post adoption services to all Texas and Florida families who are adopting internationally or domestically. Regardless of whether you use Great Wall China Adoption as your agency, we can help you complete a home study and/or post adoption services.

The Process of Completing a Home Study 

The social worker will meet with your family on at least four separate occasions to conduct interviews and to make sure the home is safe for a child based on state regulations. He or she will then take written testimonies from your physicians, local police, and other references. Finally, relatives in the home will be interviewed to make sure everyone is prepared for the adoption of a child from China. Social workers will then notarize this report and make multiple original copies for all of the appropriate parties who need it, such as your local USCIS office and for your dossier to relevant offices.China Girls -- Web

Post Adoption

The number and frequency of post adoption reports is determined by the country you are adopting from. Please consult with your placing agency regarding specific requirements for your family’s individual post adoption needs. Great Wall China Adoption is proud to offer Home Study Only and Post Adoption services to families in Texas and Florida. Home Study and Post Adoption Service prices vary according to country requirements. Call us toll-free at 1-888-493-2645 or send us an email for pricing and more information.

Home Study Only Estimated Fees (Texas and Florida)

International Adoption Fees

Application Fee $250
Home Study $1,400
Home Study Update (in depth)–Current GWCA/CAN Clients $900
CIS Home Study Update* $350
One Post Adoption Report $350

Domestic Adoption Fees

Home Study $1,400
Home Study Update (in depth) for Current GWCA/CAN Clients $900
One Post Placement/Post Adoption Report $350

*to renew I-600A and I-800A or to report changes; fee only applies to current clients using the same social worker who prepared the original home study.