While I disagree that they are doing nothing, I can certainly see how the more "animated" objectors would think so. Things take time, diplomacy, etc. I would do it differently, but I am not on the inside, I don't really know what they are or are not doing. I believe they are working. I have no choice but to wait and see and voice my opinion, when educated and not emotional, as opportunity arises.
In my opinion it would be a good idea for the process to work something like this:
- the government of ET would receive paperwork on children accepted at orphanages at one consolidated office for all children nationwide.
- then make sure each child is eligible for adoption,
- then submit the child's file to the government appointed office for adoption.
- Then adoption agencies would be on a list for referrals from the government organization. They would receive the child's paperwork file when deemed adoptable by ET. (They would be on a list rated by their rating of ethics in adoption. The government would receive funds from adoption to cover costs, no extra. Agencies the same. Agencies work with ET government employes not orphanages. The in country coordinator works with the gov. and families when there.)
- Then, the US agencies would then present the child who is said to be available for adoption to the USCIS (BEFORE giving as a referal to a family)
- then the USCIS would investigate, say yse/no we will/won't approve this child,
- then referral for adoptable children goes out to waiting parents,
- then paperwork, court, embassy, home.