So you want to adopt ...

More than 7,000 American families finalized intercountry adoptions in 2013, but with roughly eight million children in orphanages around the world, starting the international adoption process can be overwhelming. Find out what countries you may be eligible to adopt from.

The results pool excludes countries with laws that require citizenship, residency, specific religious affiliations, existing relationship with the child, or in-country adoption procedures of longer than four weeks; or a lack of recent precedence of adoption from the United States.

Created by Hannah Lin. Data obtained from the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs.

1. What do you identify as?

2. What is your age?

3. What best describes your marital status?

4. How many years have you been married?

5. How many children under 18 do you have?

6. Are you open to adopting children with special needs?