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The Adoptions with a Foreign Element (Scotland) Regulations 2009

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34.  An adoption order may not be made as a Convention adoption order unless–

(a)in the case of–

(i)an application for the order by a relevant couple, both members of the couple have been habitually resident in any part of the British Islands for a period of not less than one year ending with the date of the application; or

(ii)an application for the order by one person, the applicant has been habitually resident in any part of the British Islands for a period of not less than one year ending with the date of the application;

(b)the child to be adopted was, on the date on which the agreement under Article 17(c) of the Convention was made, habitually resident in a Convention country outwith the British Islands;

(c)copies of the Article 16 Information and the agreement under Article 17(c) of the Convention are made available to the court; and

(d)in a case where one member of a relevant couple (in the case of an application by a relevant couple) or the applicant (in the case of an application by one person) is not a British citizen, the Home Office has confirmed that the child is authorised to enter and reside permanently in the United Kingdom.

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