Trying to find your
We can help. It is quite common for people to search for a brother or sister who was given up for adoption. However, the process of finding them is tedious and can be very complex. This is why we have created a special search process that gives you the best results while respecting your privacy at each step.
How do we help?
Adopted.com offers the most powerful search tools available for sibling reunions. Just by registering you instantly enter a space that is potentially shared by an adopted brother or sister - the world’s largest adoption reunion registry. With new registrants every day, the odds of locating your adopted sibling(s) improve constantly.
How are we different?
- Instantly compare your profile with more than 892,609 profiles
- Simple, easy and fast registration
- Search for free until you find a match
- Utilize DNA Matching and NameSearchTM
- We respect and ensure your privacy
The joy of finding your adopted sibling is special and sometimes emotionally overwhelming. However, there are a few things all searchers can keep in mind when they connect with their loved ones. It's best not to approach your adopted siblings with any preconceived expectations. Try to be understanding and unconditionally cherish the joy of a reunion. Be sensitive to the emotions of your siblings and their loved ones who may be affected by the reunion.
My spouse has a brother who was given up for adoption. Can I register on their behalf?
Yes, Adopted.com permits people to create profiles on behalf of their loved ones who are in search of their adopted siblings or parents. That means, if someone is looking for their adopted brother or sister, their partner, spouse or anybody close to them can create a profile on our site. We however recommend that they have input into the information provided to avoid biases and ensure the most accurate data.
What happens after I register?
After you register, we ask you ten simple questions. The answers you give to these questions will be instantly compared with more than 892,609 profiles, giving you a report of how many profiles match your responses and to what extent.
Our advanced search algorithms applied on an increasingly large database give you the best shot at finding your adopted brothers or sisters.