How to put a child up for adoption


I'm a student at university in Scotland and I've recently found out I'm expecting. The father and I are not together and as I am only 19, we are looking through my options. I'm only 10 weeks currently and I want to have all the information/options before making a decision to keep it or otherwise. In terms of putting a baby up for adoption I don't want to leave the baby in foster care, I'd rather have it go straight to a loving home with loving parents. Does anybody know if I'd be allowed to meet a few potential parents to make sure they would provide good stable homes? I wouldn't be fussed about single parents or s*xuality or marital status or anything like that, I'd just want to make sure the baby is going to a good loving permanent home and that I get updates on their progress maybe once a year if possible. Is there anybody out there whose put a newborn baby up for adoption or saught out adoptive parents while still pregnant who can tell me about the process and what it involves?

 
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There are three legislation apply for adoption in India: Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act 1956; The Guardian and Ward Act 1880; The Juvenile Justice Act 2000; and the Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) is a statutory body, which monitor and regulate in-country & inter-country adoption. As you carry of 10 weeks and in general min. 3 yrs. is to be considered, its also dependent as the child is orphan or abandon. Its better to login at, to get detail information. http://cara.nic.in/
 
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