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Minnesota Adoption Reunion Registry

Were you born in Minnesota? Or are you searching for somone born in Minnesota? Adopted.com is proud to offer a Minnesota state adoption reunion registry where you can meet by mutual consent without having to open records. We have provided a form on this page for you to check your matches. From Rochester to Bemidji and everywhere in between, if both parties want to meet then you can find each other on Adopted.com! Adult adoptees who are 19 or older may request the Commissioner of Health to disclose the information on their original birth record. Following this request, the commissioner will notify the Department of Human Services or adoption agency of the request and within 6 months following receiving the request, the department or agency must make an effort to notify each birth parent of the request. Those adopted before August 1, 1977 may petition the court for disclosure, and the court will grant the petition if, after taking into consideration the interests of all known individuals involved, the court determines that disclosure would be of greater benefit than nondisclosure. Those adopted after August 1, 1977 will have their information released to them by the commissioner. If at any point a birth parents has filed an unrevoked affidavit requesting that the information on the original birth record not be disclosed, the commissioner will not disclose the information until the affidavit has revoked by that parent and replaced with a consent to disclosure. If a named birth parent has died and prior to their death filed an unrevoked affidavit requesting that information not be disclosed, the adoptee may petition the court that handled the adoption and request disclosure. The court may release a copy of the adoptee's original birth certificate if it is required to assist an adoptee to become enrolled in or a member of an Indian Tribe. 

Members Currently Searching Within Minnesota

19. Bilgemaster : Searching for Bronislawa Vodonis (or "Wodonis" or "Kisza") born in Munich‚ Germany on behalf of her older sister Stanislawa. Bronislawa is the daughter of Rozalie Vodonis (nee Kiska)‚ who died in November 2‚ 1949 and Petro Vodonis. The sisters were separated after the mother’s death and separately adopted. If you have any information on Bronislawa’s whereabouts‚ please contact: William Connelly Holocaust Survivors and Victims Resource Center

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20. Mikepodo : Hi. I was originally named Philip Berry Schra (not sure of spelling). My biological mom was a nurse, and my bio-dad was a used car salesman. She had the courage to have me and give me up for adoption through Catholic Charities. I was in foster care 2 months and then adopted to some awesome parents who raised me with my adopted sister (2 years older). Dad passed May 7th, 2001 at 88 and mom past August 1st at 92. I would be thrilled to meet the woman who gave birth to me and talk to her if she’s still alive. If I have siblings, that would be cool to meet them too too. I live in Singapore but will be back in the USA from time-to-time. God bless you. Mike

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21. Browntr123 : my name is tracybrown and im gest trying to find my sister wich her name is ‚stephaine montor. Brown and owl Mother name is Gloria brown she had two girls that was three years aport in brith I been asking people how do you go about finding a lost family member she also have she tow son thats my nefues that one is 18‚ and 20‚ years old . Thank you so much ‚ forever yours lisister

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