Adoptees from Asia comprise the largest population of transnational transracial adoptees to the U.S. Adoption from Korea following the Korean War laid the groundwork for the international adoption industry we know today. Although the Child Citizenship Act of 2000 (CCA) established U.S. citizenship for international adoptees to U.S. parents, many adoptees adopted prior to the implementation of the CCA were not naturalized. The Adoptee Rights Campaign is fighting for the citizenship rights of the thousands of international adoptees currently without citizenship. Learn more here.