As of yesterday I have mailed off all of the documents that our local, as in state since they are actually in Austin, home study agency needs in order to have a social worker contact us. I guess that will happen any day now. This does not mean we have all of the necessary documents for the home study, but the bulk of them are in. We still need Chris's medical form (he has yet to find time to redo his TB test), the current pictures of us and our house, and the income verification letter for Chris. Considering the original list was 21 items long we have made amazing progress.
Our international agency received our legal agreement. They copied us on a letter to the local agency which verified that we were completing international adoption with them and formally requesting that the local agency complete our home study. The two agencies have worked together for over 20 years. We also received login information to access all of the international agencies Korean adoption information. We should receive a hard copy in the mail as well. I have heard the manual is the size of a phone book. I can't wait to get my hands on it!