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Australia Brisbane toddler could be deported after Child Safety tell foster mother she can't adopt him

14:20  02 june  2021
14:20  02 june  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

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A two-year-old Brisbane child is facing deportation and being ripped away from the care of his foster mother , despite her being told she would be his long-term guardian. While 9News can ' t reveal their real names or show their faces due to legal reasons, the two-year-old's foster carer has told of the potential heartbreak both she and her foster son are facing. Initially born in Brisbane to a mother on a student visa from India, the little boy was placed into foster care at four days old after his birth parents couldn't care for him.

A two-year-old Brisbane child is facing deportation and being ripped away from the care of his foster mother , despite her being told she would be his long-term guardian. While 9News can ' t reveal their real names or show their faces due to legal reasons, the two-year-old's foster carer has told of the potential heartbreak both she and her foster son are facing. Initially born in Brisbane to a mother on a student visa from India, the little boy was placed into foster care at four days old after his birth parents couldn't care for him. The toddler has lived with his foster mother ever since.

A two-year-old Brisbane child is facing deportation and being ripped away from the care of his foster mother, despite her being told she would be his long-term guardian.

While 9News can't reveal their real names or show their faces due to legal reasons, the two-year-old's foster carer has told of the potential heartbreak both she and her foster son are facing.

Initially born in Brisbane to a mother on a student visa from India, the little boy was placed into foster care at four days old after his birth parents couldn't care for him. The toddler has lived with his foster mother ever since.

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Australian-born toddler could be DEPORTED to India despite his foster mum desperately trying to adopt the two-year-old boy. A toddler born in Australia is facing being ripped away from his foster mother and deported to India despite the government previously saying he would remain under her care. The two-year-old, who was born to an Indian student living in Brisbane , was given to a woman and her family four days after his birth, as his birth parents were unable to support him.

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A two-year-old Brisbane child is facing deportation and being ripped away from the care of his foster mother, despite her being told she would be his long-term guardian. © Nine A two-year-old Brisbane child is facing deportation and being ripped away from the care of his foster mother, despite her being told she would be his long-term guardian. text, letter: Correspondence from the state government confirming the toddler would be under care. © Nine Correspondence from the state government confirming the toddler would be under care.

However, despite being told as recently as a few months ago that the boy would be in her care until he was 18, the Department of Child Safety has now told the boy's carer he will be taken away and put up for adoption – and she can't apply for him.

"This is a child's life; this is his life we are talking about, taking him from a loving, caring home to an unknown, to strangers," the boy's carer said.

"They said to me in a meeting, in front of about five or six people, and they said to me child safety has stuffed up."

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A FOSTER mum has been told she can ' t adopt a baby she cared for since birth because she is single. She was commended by a judge for her “extraordinary” job in looking after the baby, who suffered from health issues. Social workers said the birth mother ’s preference was for a “two-parent family” as she believed it was in the best interests of the child . But speaking out last night, the foster mum told the Irish Mirror how she had "begged social workers to ask the birth mother to meet me and my children ".

Fostering Children With Special Needs. Children in the foster care system who are "high needs" garner a higher monthly payment. But a higher-needs foster child will need more time and attention given to them. They have higher costs and require more doctor's visits, You can ' t just collect the monthly payment and take them to their doctor's visits. You will need to have more patience for them, play with them more, learn what they need from you, create different types of discipline, and basically do everything differently.

a person wearing a costume: Initially born in Brisbane to a mother on a student visa from India, the little boy was placed into foster care at four days old after his birth parents couldn't care for him. © Nine Initially born in Brisbane to a mother on a student visa from India, the little boy was placed into foster care at four days old after his birth parents couldn't care for him.

Additionally, the two-year-old is also facing deportation as he is not considered an Australian resident. When 9News approached Federal Immigration Minister Alex Hawke's office on the matter, it was given this statement:

"A child born in Australia to a visa holder will generally be considered to hold the same visa as their parent held when the child was born."

Due to the toddler's birth mother being on a student visa, he has no rights to permanent residency.

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