Here is the latest Press Release from FHG.
Please continue to pray that God would move on the hearts of all involved both on the US and Haitian side to do what's best for these children and unite them with their forever families as soon as possible.
Paperwork Lost for Some Humanitarian Paroled Orphans
Paperwork losses and ongoing negotiations block children's departure from Haiti
(Port-au-Prince, Haiti) Twenty-nine children from the Maison des Enfants de Dieu (Children of the House of God) orphanage, who qualified for humanitarian parole, had their paperwork submitted to the U.S. Embassy Port-au-Prince last weekend. The paperwork for 11 of those children has been lost at the Embassy and needs to be resubmitted.
There is still no word on when the Haitian government will release the approximately 300 to 400 remaining children, who qualify for humanitarian parole under the U.S. guidelines, and reunite them with their adoptive families in the United States. Parents were told on a recent conference call with the Department of State, the Joint Council on International Children's Services and others that this process would NOT take weeks or months, but days.
Kim Harmon, President of the U.S. ministry, For His Glory Adoption Outreach (FHG), asked all who care about these defenseless Haitian orphans to, "Please continue to urge our government officials to press this issue so that our children are not left in this state of limbo between the U.S. and Haitian governments. Do not let our children be forgotten."
FHG is a ministry to the people and children of Haiti. Our ministry is dedicated to fundraising and assisting the orphanage, Maison des Enfants de Dieu, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. For previous press releases and updates visit http://www.forhisgloryoutreach.org/
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