I wrote again asking the following questions:
Could you tell me, please, how long you have been Disclosure Coordinator for JCCA?
It would seem that such a position would require knowledge of disclosure laws.
Why then did you ask me my daughter's name before informing me that the law prohibited release of surrender papers? Would not the same laws apply no matter who was asking? Or is my case red flagged for some reason?
Why is it that so many other mothers who have surrendered children for adoption have their surrender papers if it is unlawful?
How does the law that seals identities in adoptions apply to redacted and/or blank copies of a form, which I have requested?
And finally, back to my original inquiry – how does any of this fit within the framework of ethical adoption practices as set for the by the CWLA and E.B. Donaldson Adoption Institute?