How do we help?
Adopted.com uses a highly powerful and unique search tool that cuts across boundaries to connect you with your loved ones. Simply by registering, you become part of a space that is likely shared by your biological parents. With a database that is expanding by the hour, the chances of you finding your parents are better here than anywhere else.
Why are we different?
- We have the utmost respect for your privacy
- Instantly compare your profile with more than 767,604 profiles
- Search for free until you find a suitable match
- View and change your profile information on the go
- Measurable match results in percentage format
What you need to keep in mind
Don't assume that your biological parents don't care for you or don't want to see you. Always pursue your search with an open heart and rational mind. The moment you find your biological parents can be unique, 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 parents with any preconceived expectations. Try to be understanding and open to whatever form your reunion might take. Be sensitive to the emotions of your birth parents and their loved ones who may be affected by the reunion.
BEGIN YOUR SEARCH
I have found my entire family. Unfortunately my biological mother has passed in 92‚ but I have an Uncle & Aunt‚ several cousins‚ a brother and 3 sisters!!! Won't even get into their extended families. Thanks for everything. I am starting to feel whole again!!
We did not know my husband even had a son until a couple years ago. We tried some of the free searches but was disappointed that the match was wrong. We decided to try this site and withing a few days we had a match. He is an awesome young man and we look so forward to getting to know him.
Can I not get a copy of my birth certificate from a government agency and search elsewhere using my parent’s name?
While that is a possibility, you need to make sure the name on your birth or baptismal is actually your parent’s, because sometimes a close relative or stepfather's name is used on these records. Also, some regions do not disclose birth details for adoptees.
What happens after I sign up?
After you sign up, we ask you ten simple questions. The answers you give to these questions will be instantly compared with more than 767,604 profiles, giving you a report of how many profiles match your responses and to what extent. Our advanced search algorithms, applied to the world's largest Adoption Registry, give you amazing odds for finding your parents.