CAB can also conduct assessments necessary for the child to return to their home country or migrate through the International Social Service (ISS) international social welfare network, by finding local assessment agencies, coordinating with social workers and public institutions, and translating reports. (For more information on ISS, please click here)
Assessment examples include:
Availability of a suitable environment in the child's home country, such as with relatives or friends who can provide care and support.
Willingness of potential caregivers to accept the child from Japan and provide a safe and nurturing environment.
Suitability of the family and relatives as caregivers, including their ability to meet the child's basic needs and emotional well-being.
The child's ability to adapt and thrive in the new environment after being placed with potential caregivers.
Even if you're not sure about sending a child abroad from Japan, we can conduct an assessment to explore new options. Please feel free to contact us for advice.
Assessment Coordination Fee: Starting from 50,000 JPY
Study fee, report creation fee, and translation fee may vary depending on the country or institution conducting the study.
Inquiry and initial meeting (consultation) are free of charge. Subsequent consultations and support may incur a fee.