Findings and purposes.
SUBCHAPTER I—UNITED STATES CENTRAL AUTHORITY
Designation of central authority.
Responsibilities of the Secretary of State.
Responsibilities of the Attorney General.
Annual report on intercountry adoptions.
SUBCHAPTER II—PROVISIONS RELATING TO ACCREDITATION AND APPROVAL
Accreditation or approval required in order to provide adoption services in cases subject to the Convention.
Process for accreditation and approval; role of accrediting entities.
Standards and procedures for providing accreditation or approval.
Secretarial oversight of accreditation and approval.
SUBCHAPTER III—RECOGNITION OF CONVENTION ADOPTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES
Adoptions of children immigrating to the United States.
Adoptions of children emigrating from the United States.
SUBCHAPTER IV—ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT
Access to Convention records.
Documents of other Convention countries.
Authorization of appropriations; collection of fees.
SUBCHAPTER V—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Recognition of Convention adoptions.
Special rules for certain cases.
Relationship to other laws.
No private right of action.
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