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The adoptee's household registration is in our city;
The adopter and the adopter shall terminate the adoptive relationship by agreement (if the adopted child reaches the age of 10 or above, consent shall be obtained from the adopter);
The adopter fails to perform the duty of bringing up the child and commits maltreatment or abandonment of the child or other acts that infringe upon the legitimate rights and interests of the child.
Identification certificate of adopter and adoptee (including passport, id card, valid residence certificate, mainland travel permit, compatriot return to hometown certificate, travel document, etc.)
Termination agreement of adoption;
2 2-inch single-person recent half-length bareheaded photos of adopter, dependent and adoptee.
[Law] Adoption Law of the People's Republic of China
Article 15 Paragraph 1 Adoption shall be registered with the civil affairs department of the people's government at or above the county level. The adoption relationship shall be established from the date of registration. In case of adoption of abandoned babies or children whose parents cannot be found, the civil affairs department handling the registration shall make an announcement before registration.
Article 28 If the parties agree to terminate the adoption relationship, they shall go to the civil affairs department to handle the registration of the dissolution adoption relationship.
[Regulations] Regulations on the Registration of Children Adopted by Chinese Citizens (Order No. 14 of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, 1999)
Article 14 If overseas Chinese and Chinese citizens residing in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan adopt children in the Mainland, they shall apply for the registration of adoption registration and the documents and certification materials required to be issued shall be implemented in accordance with the relevant provisions of the civil affairs department of the State Council.
[Regulations] Jurisdiction and Required Documents for the Registration of the Adoption of Chinese Children by Overseas Chinese Descendents, or Chinese Residing in Hong Kong, Macau or Taiwan Region (Order No. 16 of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, 1999)
Article 2: To adopt a child living in Mainland China, an overseas Chinese descendent, or Chinese residing in Hong Kong, Macau or Taiwan region must present in person and register the adoption with the civil affairs department of the people`s government of the municipality directly under the Central Government or autonomous region in the locality where the adoptee`s permanent residence is registered.