A FOUR-year old girl who had been informally given to a Sydney couple under a traditional Samoan adoption arrangement should return to her parents in Samoa, the Family Court has ruled.
…the case raised wider issues about the entry of children into Australia and highlighted tensions between federal immigration and state-based adoption laws, said Associate Professor Jennifer Burn from the faculty of law at UTS.
From the Sydney Morning Herald: http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/adoption-case-raises-fears-over-trafficking-20110829-1jiei.html#ixzz1XRGIJUFTBack to News
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