question about foster/adopt
Foster children are often on a fairly intense schedule of appointments and visitation themselves that the foster parent has to accommodate. You'd have to ask permission of the case worker to be out of the area that much. I've heard of foster parents having permission to do that as long as it didn't interfere with the foster child's needs for appointments and visits. Have you taken the basic foster parent training yet?
Yes, it's allowed but you need permission from your caseworker first.
It would depend on...
... your caseworker's job competence and willingness to work with you
... your foster child's visitation and doctor/therapy schedules
... other factors like the method of transportation, where you will stay, etc.
Its kind of funny that i could take them hours away but still be in-state but drive half hour over the border into toledo and i need permission.
That being said, i took my then-foster (now adopted) son to Canada when he was about four months old and it was no problem. I didnt have a birth certificate for him but a letter from the agency stating i could take him and they were ok with that. I called ahead of time to make sure i had exactly what i needed to cross the border.
Typically here you would need birthparent permission to travel. And any missed visits might need to be made up.