There is naturally a lot of anxiety about the first conversation with the birth mother. You will feel you have so very much at stake, and you will be afraid that you might say the wrong thing and turn her off.
When a child is adopted in a foreign country and brought to the United States, the question arises as to when that child becomes a United States citizen. This is governed by the Child Citizenship Act of 2000, Sections 320 and 322.
Birthmothers who want to contact a family are likely to be up to date on technology, so you need to be also.