Thank you to everyone who posted here or e-mailed me with advice/suggestions. I guess it really wasn't fair to say that my agency wasn't being helpful. They have tried to answer all of my questions. What they wouldn't do is give me a specific list of things that we will have to have under the new Hague rules. They want me to sign a contract with them first. To update our paperwork with them under the new Hague guidelines they charge $1,200.00. Does that seem exorbitant to anyone else(besides me?). Twelve. Hundred. Dollars. To re-do paperwork that we have already done once before. I'm sorry. That seems outrageous to me. That's why I was asking about changing agencies at this state in the game. I wanted to get started on some of the things that were needed, and then sign the contract and pay the fee when we were ready to turn everything in. Bu they say they need the money first, so they can help us obtain some of the necessary items. It makes no sense to me. After much discussion we have decided to wait. The way things are moving right now we have at least two more years to go, and I am NOT renewing again(if I can help it). Especially at $1200. That amount doesn't even include the $125 per person fingerprinting fees, plus the $750 dollars to file the paperwork with the gov't. We have a few issues we have to work out before we can renew anyway that will take a couple of months, so right now we plan on waiting until after Christmas before looking at the situation again and deciding what to do. I am placing it in God's hands at this point. I can't tell you what a sense of peace I felt as soon as I decided that(yesterday). All of the worry and anxiety simply left me. Everything will work itself out. In time.