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 How come some foster care kids are unable to be adopted?

Answer Because the birth parents say no.
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Does an adopted child have any say in who their adoptive parents will be For example may a teen in foster care who is going to be adopted decide if heshe wants to live with this new family?

Yes, when the family appeals in court the child gets the choice to say accept or deny this family.
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How long can a child be in foster care before they are adopted out?

Until they reach the age of majority. In other words, unfortunately, a child may never be adopted and will remain in state's custody until he or she reaches adulthood. This answer of course relate... Read More »
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What do people think about adopted or foster kids?

This question doesn't make much sense, as people have different opinions. I think it's sad that there are kids out there with no mum or dad.
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Why do parents who adopted from foster care rail against adoptees?

Yeah...I'm...really not sure. Most of the adoptees here are pretty clear on that caveat. If foster and adoptive parents (some, not all) stop and think about it, SO MANY of us are actually all sayin... Read More »
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