Search for biological family and birth mother in the region of Siberia, Russia

birth mother and relatives search in Novosibirsk region, RussiaAt the end of November 2018 we successfully completed a birth family search for a boy adopted in Spain. We managed to find his mother, aunt, uncle and grandmother. Raquel adopted Eugenio in the year 2011 in the region of Siberia, Novosibirsk, Russia. Since then Eugenio lives with his adoptive family in Spain.
In the search process we found out that Eugenio’s biological mother is Anastasia Ponidelko and she is still living in Novosibirsk region, in a small village about 200 km from Novosibirsk. Our researcher traveled to the village to meet the woman and talk to her. Anastasia was happy to recieve news from her son and see his photos. Reading the letter written by Eugenio’s parents about his life in Spain was very emotional for Anastasia and she even started to cry.
During the meeting with our investigator Anastasia talked about herself, her hard life and the circumstances that led to the abandonment of her son. She also told us about her parents and siblings. We found out that Eugenio has a biological brother who was also adopted. We have already started to look for him so that the brothers can meet.
Anastasia gave us her permission to take photos and record a video. In the video she sent words of gratitude and greetings to her son and his adoptive family.
As a result of our hard work, one child more adopted by a foreign family was able to find his biological family in Russia. When Eugenio gets older, Raquel will be able to tell him about his origins and the history of her family.
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2 thoughts on “Search for biological family and birth mother in the region of Siberia, Russia

  1. Lisa Lachowski

    Hi Andrey and Tatyana,

    My name is Lisa Lachowski, and I am a Russian-American adoptee.

    I was born in Moscow on July 25,1998 to Larisa Federovna Malisheva. While I don’t have my father’s full name, we think his first was Sergey (since my name was Irina Sergeevna). After about a year, I was adopted to an American couple and haven’t gotten a chance to return to Russia since. However, I’ve been searching everywhere on Russian social media and even contacting our embassy in attempt to locate and contact my birth parents. Nothing has come up, and the embassy didn’t find this in their scope of work.

    Would you be able to help with this? What costs are involved, and how can you ensure credibility (I want to trust, of course – but there are many expensive scams to be cautious of)?

    Thank you for your time and help!

  2. Julie Sitek

    Hello,
    I found your name on the internet and I am interested in a birthparent search for my daughter who was adopted from Serov in the Yekaterinburg region in 2001. In 2013 we made contact with the birth family through another searcher. We did not sustain contact though. My daughter is now 19 and interested in establishing contact. Do you search in that region/city? How much do you charge? I have a ton more other questions but, I will hold off until I find out if you search in this region.

    Thanks so much for your help and I look forward to hearing from you,

    Julie Sitek

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