Are there adoptees who don’t have
U.S. citizenship?

The Child Citizenship Act of 2000 is a United States federal law that allows certain foreign-born, biological, and adopted children of United States citizens to acquire United States citizenship automatically.
However, it does not retroactively grant adoptees born before 1982 citizenship, leaving thousands unprotected.
Without citizenship, these adoptees face being separated from their families due to deportation to countries where they have no known family, do not know the language or culture, and have little chance of survival.

Korean-American Communities

In 2019, COVID-19 has significantly impacted our lives, especially in New York City.

World Hug Foundation quickly accessed and acted to help the financially impacted Korean-American communities in NYC.

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Adoptees Assistance

Korean-American Community Assistance

World Hug Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization. All monetary donations are tax-deductible.  No contribution is too big or small!

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