is causing travel complications for two Roanoke families adopting children overseas. The glitch affected the State Department's ability to issue travel documents. It hass been fixed, but the backlog has stranded people across the globe. The Pope family is in Latvia adopting a boy. Ali Pope and her five kids are headed back to the u-s tomorrow morning. Her husband, Kevin Pope, will stay in Latvia until the documents are issued for their son. It's not clear when that will be. : Religion is a big part of our life and who we are and our Christian faith. And we're just going to have to trust that God has a plan. So, i can't control this. There is nothing i can do about it. All i can control is how i respond to it. . The Vance family is also from Roanoke. They're in Bulgaria adopting two children. This morning they found out their travel documents have been issued and will leave tomorrow. The Vances had to push their trip back a day, costing them 3- thousand dollars.