Ukraine’s Ministry of Policy Statement on Intercountry Adoption confirms that adoption in Ukraine is not possible at this time.
It is true that many Ukrainian kids are finding refuge in Poland and Polish orphanages. However, this does not necesserily mean they are orphans.
In order to adopt a child, there are certain requirements that have to be met that ensure that the child is indeed an orphan in need of a permanent family.
Even in cases where a child’s parents may have died because of the war, the child may still have relatives who are willing to take care of them.
The government’s role in the adoption process, for the protection of the kids, to ensure that a child truly meets the definition of being an orphan before they can be adopted internationally.
The US has very similar requirements, for the safety of the children.
At this time, these requirements are not being changed, lessened, or bypassed.
The folks who have to the authority to “bypass” these laws, or change them, are governments, not agencies.
It would be upto the US Government and the Ukrainian Government to work out a deal to help, and such deal has not been worked out at this time.
So be careful what you hear on social medial, fakebook groups, and other chatter, because in your desire to help, you may be lead down a wrong path. What we are saying, though it may be not what you want to hear because of your desire to help, is written write here on the US Department of State’s site.