We need your help bringing home our adopted children from Uganda. We will not leave our children behind. We are two U.S. Navy veterans who have been battling our own nation’s immigration bureaucracy to bring home our two adopted children, 2-year-old Rose and 4-year-old Joseph. Since May 2016, we have been working diligently with the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to attain immigration rights for our children. Despite the courts in Uganda granting us full custody, the U.S. system has just denied our children the immigration status needed to come home to America. We have just sent in our last appeal. Our Ugandan children are stuck in international adoption limbo. They are officially adopted in their home country of Uganda, yet not allowed to return home to the United States with us, their parents. One of the children is critically ill and needs immediate medical attention in the United States. They are our family, our precious children, yet we can’t bring them home to get them the care they desperately need. We will not stop fighting until Rose and Joseph are home. We will not leave our children behind. Please pray for our children to be able to join us soon. Thank You!