Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is The Trinity Agenda (TTA) a registered society? 

    Yes, we are a registered society, official and ready to save innocent lives. 
     

  2. What is the purpose and role of TTA?

    Our aims are razor-sharp:

    • We look forward to achieving a “zero orphans” status in the country, as we staunchly believe that no child deserves to grow-up abandoned or in an orphanage, let alone, without a family 

    • We counsel and provide guidance to birth mothers/parents who are under “pregnancy distress”

    • We assist to smoothen and gladden the adoption process for adoptive families 

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  3. Are adoptive parents allowed to choose a preferred gender of the child they wish to adopt? 

    Yes, you may. However, choosing a specific gender may lengthen your waiting period. 
     

  4. We would like to adopt a baby who isn't fair/dark. Would TTA be able to help? 

    TTA will NOT tolerate racism (that includes prejudice against skin colour) when it comes to children (or any human being for that matter). Indicating a "colour chart" of the child you wish to adopt will be dismissed or absolutely not prioritized. If you wish to adopt a child of your own heritage/culture, just mention it as it is (i.e. Indian, Chinese, etc). Our Love Ambassadors have every right and are authorized to "debug" your statement should it come across offensive in any way. 
     

  5. How long or what is the waiting period like for child adoption?

    We can't make you a promise that a child would arrive in the next couple of months, as we have no control over such delicate matters.
    It is all in God's hands and we only hope that your bundle of joy would arrive as soon as possible for you.  

     

  6. Do you prioritize childless couples or are couples with biological children also given equal priority? 

    TTA strongly believes that every child belongs in a family, irrespective of whether or not a couple is childless or already have biological children. 
     

  7. Can single parents(divorcees) or unmarried individuals who wish to be single parents be allowed to adopt?

    Yes. Divorcees are required to submit their Legal Separation Decree. However, do note the following:

    • A divorced/unmarried female may adopt either gender of a child being placed into adoption

    • A divorced/unmarried male may ONLY adopt a male child being placed into adoption
       

  8. What are the expenses adoptive parents are expected to bear in an adoption?
    Total expenses are very subjective depending on the type of delivery (natural/C-section), hospital (private/government), delivery complications, legal fees (local adoption/international adoption), etc. As such, the accurate amount of expenses will only be determined after the birth mother has delivered the child. For legal and counseling fees, kindly contact our Love Ambassadors. In no way should adoptive parents compensate the birth mother with a "monetary gift" as this constitutes child buying/selling.

    At TTA, we believe that adoptive parents ultimately "assume the pregnancy" of a birth mother, hence, adoptive parents will incur the following expenses: 

    • Medical check-ups of birth mother up to the point of one month post-delivery

    • Medical supplementations for birth mother as advised by the doctor(s)

    • Delivery of baby

    • One month post-natal care and counseling for birth mother

    • Legal fees 
       

  9. What happens if the Birth Mother changes her mind and decides to keep her baby? We've already paid for the Birth Mother's hospital admission. What happens next?
    TTA constantly advises adoptive parents to be prepared for the worse...this is one such example. If the birth mother decides to keep her baby, that's good news too. However, if the adoptive parents have paid for the birth mother's hospital admission and other medical bills, the birth mother will be expected to reimburse this payment to the adoptive parents prior to being dicharged. All birth mothers who come to TTA for adoption assistance will be made aware of such circumstances and a legal agreement will be drawn and signed between the birth mother and TTA (prior to the birth of the child) regarding this.
     

  10. Can the Birth Mother come back to claim the child we've adopted legally?
    No. The effect of legal child adoption is final and binding. 
     

  11. Can Malaysians adopt stateless babies/children residing in Malaysia?
    Yes, you may. However, upon successfully obtaining a Court Order at the end of the adoption process, adoptive parents will then be required to follow-up on the citizenship application for the adopted child immediately. Kindly speak with our Legal Advocate for further information on this process.
     

  12. Can Malaysians adopt children from another country, e.g. India, Vietnam, etc?
    Yes, you may. This will be considered an international adoption. However, adoptive parents will first need to fulfill the requirements in the "country of adoption" of their choice. Once adoptive parents have succesfully adopted a child from the country of their choice, they will then be required to follow-up on the citizenship application for the adopted child immediately (in Malaysia). Kindly speak with our Legal Advocate for further information on this process.
     

  13. We are an expatriate/foreign couple seeking to adopt in Malaysia. Can we do so, and if yes, what is the process like?
    Yes, you may. This will be considered an international adoption. However, foreign adoptive parents will first need to fulfill the requirements in their native countries (where necessary), and only then move forward to adopt a child in Malaysia. Once the foreign adoptive parents have succesfully adopted a child from Malaysia, they will then be required to follow-up on the citizenship application for the adopted child immediately in their native country. Kindly speak with our Legal Advocate for further information on this process.

     

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