Travel.State.Gov > Intercountry Adoption > For Adoption Professionals > Outgoing Convention Adoptions from the United States > Outgoing Case Reporting - Convention and Non-Convention Cases
Regulations implementing the Hague Adoption Convention (22 CFR part 99) outline new reporting requirements for outgoing adoptions from the United States to both Convention and non-Convention countries. In summary, the reporting provider (typically the primary provider in Convention cases or the provider responsible for child placement in non-Convention cases) reports the following to our office (the Department of State's Office of Children's Issues) for each outgoing case:
This report is required within 30 days of learning that the adoption case involves emigration of a child from the United States to a foreign country.
If you have any questions about filling out the form or the reporting requirements, please email Adoption@state.gov.
Your form has been sent to the Office of Children's Issues at the U.S. Department of State. As a reporting provider, you must report any change to the information provided herein and the following milestone case information within 30 days of occurrence.
Please print this confirmation for your records