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Abstracter The person preparing the abstract of title. The abstracter searches the title as recorded or registered with the county recorder, county registrar, circuit court and/or other official sources. He or she then summarizes the various instruments affecting the property and arranges them in the chronological order of recording, starting with the original grant of title.
Addendum An addition or change to a contract.
Additional Principal Payment money paid to the lender in addition to the established payment amount used directly against the loan principal to shorten the length of the loan.
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About 4 percent of children under 18 who were stepchildren or biological children in 2000 were foreign born.21 The corresponding percentage was considerably higher for adopted children—11 percent for boys and 14 percent for girls. The higher percentage for girls was heavily influenced by the number of foreign-born adopted children who were Asian, because the majority of adopted Asian children were girls.
Census Bureau
Of the 1.7 million households with adopted children, about 308,000 (18 percent) contained members of different races. The adoption of foreign-born children by U.S. residents played a large role in creating these households.
Census Bureau
While most foreign-born biological and stepchildren under age 18 (88 percent and 84 percent, respectively) spoke a language other than English at home, this was not the case for foreign-born adopted children. Thirty percent of foreign-born adopted girls and 32 percent of foreign-born adopted boys under 18 spoke a language other than English at home.
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