The US Department of State has changed their processing time. Instead of processing documents while you wait, it will now take 3 - 5 business days.
Thank you so much for allowing us
to be part of your adoption journey. We really enjoy what we do and the people we serve. You've made the years just FLY by!
In March of 1996, folks on the APC (Adoptive Parents of China) list asked me to become their personal courier. They helped me set my prices, and even came up with my name! I agreed to start this courier business to be able to quit my job as a secretary and be home more for my "homemade" daughter and our new baby from China. A few years later, my husband Steve joined me as "The Assistant to The Assistant Stork" and we have served the adoption community ever since. As adoptive parents, we know how important it is to get your documents and visas processed quickly and correctly. We will make sure all your paperwork is treated as if it were for our very own adoption.
We now also serve the business community as well. Please consider us for all your document and visa needs.
The Assistant Stork and the Assistant to the Assistant Stork
The Assistant Stork will be closed on Tuesday, June 30, 2015.
Steve's parents are to be interred in Arlington National Cemetery that day.
The Assistant Stork, the US Department of State and most Embassies will be closed
Friday, July 3, 2015 to honor USA Independence Day.
As of September 1, 2013, the Embassy is requiring a 4-page visa application form. The form must be typewritten and printed on 2 sheets of paper, front and back. No hand-written applications will be accepted.
As of 5/14/13, all documents for Nicaragua must be apostilled. They have ratified the Hague Convention of 1961.