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Help find 5,000 homes for Syrian refugees

Citizens UK has today launched its 'Home for Resettled Refugees Register' - and we need your support to sign up 5,000 landlords who would be willing to rent their property to resettled Syrian refugees.

We have been working on this campaign for a year, but this week we have reached a tipping point, and the Prime Minister is considering an increase in the number of Syrian refugees resettled by the UK.

Quite simply, the more properties pledged on our Register, the more local councils will sign up to participate in the Syrian resettlement programme, the higher the number of Syrians the UK government will consider resettling.

Citizens UK is calling on the government to commit to resettle 10,000 refugees a year for the next two years.

Help us hit that target by adding your rental property to the 'Homes for Resettled Refugees Register'.   

If you don't have any property spare, organise local letting agents and landlords to assist.

 


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  • Richard Clarkson
    commented 2017-04-30 00:35:18 +0100
    my name is Dr Richard Clarkson, a USA Citizen. i have a mother in my hospital who is willing to give up her new born baby for adoption in Italy and another mother (eighteen years of age) want to give her baby for adoption. interested person should contact my email; richardclarksonhospital33@outlook.com, richardclarksonhospital@gmail.com for adoption
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2016-11-20 10:37:04 +0000
    To Reneros :
    Really they wrote to you and not to me??
    You are free to think what you like but this SUSAN babies you are defending so much they are asking money for babies and the ADOPTION PROCESS DOES NOT WORK THAT WAY.
    There is no image to ruin they are just scam and I don’t know if you are working with them but as soon as I ask them to meet in their office for the paper works they have disappeared…
    I though this website was more serious here we are trying to help refugees people from Syria to be fostered not to sell baby from church and have people that trying to play on people’s souls taking advantage of situation.
    I would to know what all the other guest on this website think about ??U r paying to received babyBabies are delivered to your house??Pleasee we r helping refugees children not adopt or selling baby!!!!!!!!!!!!Open your eyes
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2016-11-18 09:51:27 +0000
    Hi,
    Yes I was from Susan Allen From Susan babies that I contact because Sabina post here she had her daughter delivered at home which make me very suspicious.

    This is the first email I received
    Hello,

         Thanks for responding to the email regarding the importance of adoption, let me tell you little about this Susan Babies Adoption Home located in United State we are working with the Gospel Missionaries here and we spend most of our time out because of our church crusade, got an unwanted pregnancy but we are Christians and we did not wanted the abortions stuff so we thought  of loving homes out there that will be willing to take good care of this little kids, we just want a trust worthy confidential lovely home for this kids. We really don’t know if you will love a close or open adoption? but either way will suite us, we are not out to sell babies, we don’t sell babies here. We are based on them getting a prepared loving home. As soon as we get a full guarantee from you, we shall start preparing the child for you and start with the adoption papers. It is a reliable, legal and legit transaction, we shall start by processing  the adoption papers at the social welfare and the legal scanned copies of the adoption papers will be sent you for you to sign.

        Questions to ask yourself, you have to start by knowing what that word (adoption) means Every year, hundreds of people choose to pursue adoption for a variety of reasons:

        Adoption involves making deliberate choices and asking oneself important questions like:

    -Can I accept and love as my own child born to someone else?

    -Can I accept a child of a different race?

    -Can I become a parent to a special needs child?

    -Which of the children who need a family could we be suitable parents to?

          You need to know the reasons for which you are adopting this baby, we know everybody has his /her own sense of direction, so  people may have several reasons for adoption some will adopt because of following reasons:

    -Some would like to offer a child a better future,

    -Some adopt because of infertility,

    -Some just want to increase the size of their family

    -Some are single and see adoption as a way of becoming a parent.

           We are so sorry asking you so many questions but we just want to make sure we are not making a mistake. We will also want to know how soon you want the child home so that i can work things out to file out the adoption papers at your earliest convenient, and it will approximately take us 3-4 days to have all the adoption papers work file up and registered under your names. If you are in agreement with the above information, you are to fill and send back the below details:

    1. Your Full Names:

    2. Address:

    3. Telephone Number:

    4. Age:

    5. Postal Code:

    6. Profession:

    7. Monthly Income:

    8. Marital Status:

    9. Preference of Child:

    10. Your Country Of Resident:

      Thanks and God bless you and your family.

    Regards,

    Dr. Richard Murray Bryan
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2016-11-18 09:27:32 +0000
    Hi all,
    I have received this email from “Susan babies” that in a message here they claimed to delivery babies to your house in exchange of helping children
    Just an advice if something sounds too good to be true it mostly likely is …Please do not fall victim to this scam.

    This the email:

         I receive your email and the content of the email is properly comprehended by this home. Its very good for one to ask questions especially when adopting a child so that he or she can be enlightened on things that bother his or her mind. I will further explain to you that we have been doing this legally for the past 10 years and no has complained about our good work because it passed through normal legal and health care processes.

         The baby which will be given to you is the kind that you have ever wished to raise and the baby will be healthy as we have already undergone all medical checkup. All legal paper will be processed here and your country authority will be aware to avoid any complications. All that is required from you is the legal paper expenses of 2,500.00 GBP and 50% of the baby delivery amount which is not expensive and its not a fixed amount. We normally accepts 50% of the delivery amount because we are not selling our baby, we are putting it in the hands of someone who can care for them and become their permanent parents. We takes care of the other 50% due to our love for the kids and to promote kids growth in the universe.

          Immediately this legal paper expenses of 2,500.00 GBP is received from you, it will take 2 days for the paper to pass through the proper legal processes and approved. After the approval, we will deliver the baby to your home address within 3 days and we will also congratulate you for showing care to the general kids in the world. All the kids need is care and that is what you are about doing now. You will be informed about the 50% of the delivery amount after the legal papers are processed and approved.

            If you are in agreement with the above information, you are to fill and send back the below details so that we can prepare the adoption agreement before we proceed:

    1. Your Full Names:

    2. Address:

    3. Telephone Number:

    4. Age:

    5. Postal Code:

    6. Profession:

    7. Monthly Income:

    8. Marital Status:

    9. Preference of Child:

    10. Residential Country:

           We awaits your response. Our platform is been empowered by God in order to promote kids growth in the world.

    Regards,

    Dr. Richard Murray Bryan
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2016-11-17 11:17:24 +0000
    To Reneros
    Thank you for your message.
    Any chance you could please give a bit more info about the process, where to apply and who to contact as ur friends already did that???
    Thank you for your time.
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2016-11-16 21:16:35 +0000
    To Sabina,
    I am so happy for you and I would like to ask please if you can tell if you are been reunited to your syrian daughter or you have adopt a syrian child that not related to you as it is not clear from your post?
    Also if I can are you Muslim because I have read that syrian children can be only adopt from Muslim family to maintain their religion origin?

    Thanks for your time
    Raffaella
  • BIntey Asaad
    commented 2016-10-29 22:12:58 +0100
    Hi one of my friend want to adopt a baby bt they don’t kno how wil you please guide us thanx
  • Benish Mohammad
    commented 2016-10-25 08:56:28 +0100
    Assalamuaaikum i have three boys and i want to adopt a baby girl please advise me thanks
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2016-10-24 13:54:46 +0100
    Unfortunately the good heart and willing to help it is not is been considered they prefer to help this children that have lost their parents to reunite with any left relatives in Syria..also these children have very sad and difficult life background and love it is not enough they need foster people with experience to deal with this type of trauma …apart all this the Syrian government not allowed any international adoption for now
  • Raffaella Ravaioli
    commented 2016-10-24 13:49:39 +0100
    I have found this article which explain why it is not possible to adopt a syrian child

    Even without the chaos of civil war, Syria does not allow international adoption. As a Shari’ah law country, Syria does not recognize or provide for adoptions of Muslim children, according to the U.S. Embassy in Damascus.

    “Several attempts by U.S. prospective adoptive parents have failed,” the embassy writes on its website, adding that “it is not possible to adopt in Syria” until the country changes its current laws.

    It is possible to sponsor but not adopt a syrian child …
  • Sabina Sultana
    commented 2016-10-23 22:52:55 +0100
    Hi, I am interested in adopting a baby girl. I have two boys ages 3 and 10 months. Please contact me on sabina12sultana@gmail.com
  • Toria Wheatley
    commented 2016-10-23 14:19:46 +0100
    My partner and I have a 14m old, and would like to adopt a Syrian child please email me toriwheatley1997@gmail.com
  • Sharon White
    commented 2016-10-21 11:37:53 +0100
    I would adopt a young child boy or girl I have two grown up kids if my own and have space in my home
  • Dler Delizhay
    commented 2016-10-20 23:49:43 +0100
    I would like to adopt an orphan baby boy, Please advise me of the process. Thanks
  • Pamela Dale
    commented 2016-10-07 22:28:02 +0100
    Hi There, Im a mother of three, I have two grown up kids and my youngest is 11 years old. I have a loving home and would love to adopt a refugee child. Kindly let me know if there is a way. Thanks!
  • Joanne Cullen
    commented 2016-10-04 22:30:04 +0100
    Hello,

    I wouod love to foster a orphan. How do I start this process?. Please contact me to discuss.

    Regards
  • michelle Mackenzie
    commented 2016-09-24 02:44:59 +0100
    I unfortunately don’t have room to take a family, but we would welcome an unaccompanied child into our home. Do you know if there is any way we can volunteer for this?
  • Anne Frew
    commented 2016-09-16 01:23:57 +0100
    I would have any kid in my home
  • Christian Bayer
    commented 2016-09-02 22:02:08 +0100
    Please contact me, my wife and I have a good stable family. We have been to Syria. We wish to adopt a Syrian child. We have 6 children and place for one more. Birmingham, UK. christian@bayer.nu
  • Nirupa Mestry
    commented 2016-08-23 13:40:39 +0100
    Hello, I am also interested in adopting a Syrian child. Please could the relevant information be emailed to me. With thanks. Nirupa
  • Leigh Geoghegan
    commented 2016-08-19 12:24:21 +0100
    Hi I am a married man to an Italian women we live in Cambridgeshire and would like to adopt a syrian child. We have our own child who is a 2 year old boy, we really want to help and give a child who has lost everything a new life.
    Our email is leighgeoghegan@gmail.com

    Many thanks

    Leigh
  • Raihana Haq
    commented 2016-08-19 04:10:52 +0100
    Hello I am a single girl living with parents. I would want to adopt a syrian child baby boy or girl. Please give information on how i can do this.
  • Ayesha Isman
    commented 2016-08-17 14:40:16 +0100
    Hi, me and my husband would love to foster/adopt some Syrian children. We are looking for a family of siblings who would want to be together rather then them been separated from one another. I would appreaciate if someone could inform us how to go about this. Thank you.
  • Vaad Sh
    commented 2016-08-16 22:31:57 +0100
    Mamoun Ibrahim
    Plz email them they will help you inshallah
    susanbabyhome@gmail.com
  • Mamoun Ibrahim
    commented 2016-08-16 22:05:16 +0100
    Hello;
    I`d love to adopt a baby boy or girl. I am married but we don`t have children yet and I work as a doctor. Could someone provide us with some informations. Many thanks in advance
  • Vaad Sh
    commented 2016-07-04 09:28:49 +0100
    Salaam,I would like to adopt a syrian baby girl .can you please kindly give me some information and guide me how to do this .
    Thanks
  • Adiel Hussain
    commented 2016-07-04 00:37:59 +0100
    Hi
    I would like to adopt a syrian baby girl. Can you please let me know if this is possible and if yes then what is the process and who to contact.
    Thanks
  • Arangel Mark Allan Memdoza
    commented 2016-06-25 11:33:57 +0100
    Hi would like to say big thank to UK Susan baby home i recently adopted a child from them and it all went through well and will also advice anyone who need baby to adopt to contact them email:susanbabyhome@gmail.com please do this and save a life.
  • Lakshmi Pillai
    commented 2016-05-24 10:13:31 +0100
    Bela Mari: These people are not migrants, they are refugees – created by our own government which has destroyed tens of thousands of people’s lives in Libya, Iraq and Syria by arming and training terrorists in the region. Opening our doors to them is the least we can do to compensate for our government’s greed and idiocy.
  • Lakshmi Pillai
    commented 2016-05-24 10:09:51 +0100
    Tony Bliar and David Cameron should take the blame for this crisis and open their doors to the refugees. Their wars in Iraq, Libya and Syria have created the problem. Cameron has tried to excuse himself by finally agreeing to do his ‘bit’, but we have not heard even a squeak from Bliar? Why?

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