We learned that copies of Eli and Anna's birth certificates needed to be ordered and sent to our agency. Done.
Serious searching on-line for experienced agencies who provide over-seas adoption home studies and we identified a couple of agencies we did not know about.
Phone calls and E-mails later we are now working with a social worker from California to arrange travel and complete applications for a potential visit in mid-June.
A couple other missionaries in the central Plateau are also communicating with her so if it works out we could split travel costs.
Although the plans are not confirmed we will start working on the 'homework' that needs to be completed before the study. Three additional books and 4 web sites round out the reading requirements and we will need to write short paragraphs. One of the three we are working through as a family.
Both of the others I've already read, one we borrowed from friends and the last one we own on Kindle so Cory has also started his reading.
A call from Cap let us know that our laboratory work returned from Port-au-Prince. Hoping that all the tests returned so we can send them on to the doctors for our medical letters.
Then the last document we need to complete our paperwork is a local police letter. While we've not explored the how-to a lot we did get a example copy which we will translate into French before asking for advice from a Christian police officer we know in Port Margot.