I don't believe you can be anyone's foster child as an adult. If you're asking if you can be adopted by the couple in CA, probably, but you should post your question again, this time using a CA location and adoption as your practice are. Good luck!
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Contact an attorney in California to address this issue, since it is the couple in California who would be the individuals involved. I agree with my colleague, that becoming a "foster daughter" as an adult may not be possible, but adoption is more likely a possibility for an adult.
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