According to Chinese adoption law, adopting parents must travel to China to complete their adoption. The only exception is that only one member of a married couple must travel.
Although many reading this information about travel may be dreading it, most of you will eventually consider your trip to China one of the highlights of your life. Please check with our references, and you'll see what we mean.
Normally, our families travel to China in groups. FTIA arranges every aspect of your travel and itinerary from the time you leave the U.S. until you return home. From the time you land in China until you board your jet homeward bound, you are with one of our representatives who travels with you your entire stay in China.
After we receive your completed dossier, it is a good time for you to start reviewing our "China Travel Guide", which is an extensive booklet to prepare you for your trip. The China Travel Guide can be found on MyFTIA, the online resource center for our families. It covers everything from what to pack, to a brief review of Chinese history, to some beginning Chinese (Mandarin) language.
Go to our main travel webpage to see a list of travel links for China.