What is surrogacy?
Surrogacy is a type of assisted reproduction in which a woman, known as a surrogate mother, carries out the pregnancy of a marriage or a single person. Once the birth occurs, surrogate mother will not have any right on the newborn.
Will our son get our nationality?
Is the process safe?
How long does the process take?
What requirements should intended parents meet?
How many trips must be made to Ukraine?
The intended parents must travel at least twice to Ukraine. On a first trip , contracts will be signed with the agency and the parent shall provide their genetic material. In the last trip the parents will travel to pick up their child and perform the paperwork so that he can return with them to their country. In case the woman contributes her own eggs, there will usually be an intermediate trip to perform the stimulation and extraction of eggs.
What are the obligations of parents?
What requirements must surrogate mother fulfil?
Can the surrogate mother contribute with her genetic material?
No, at least in countries like Ukraine it is strictly forbidden for a surrogate mother to contribute with her own eggs. The contribution of these eggs must correspond to an anonymous donor or to the intentional mother. The surrogate mother only must contribute with her reproductive capacity.
Can we have contact with the surrogate mother?
Who selects the surrogate mother?
What rights does the surrogate mother have?
What obligations does the surrogate mother have?
The surrogate mother must follow the guidelines marked by the agency and the clinic responsible for the process. Therefore, she should perform as many medical tests as necessary, go to the clinic each time she is required to follow up and wear habits that favor a healthy pregnancy.
Guaranteed and all-inclusive programs
Guaranteed programs have a higher cost, but this cost would not be altered depending on the number of clinical treatments needed to achieve the final result, or the unforeseen events that may occur during pregnancy and childbirth.
Is there a payment schedule?
Yes, there is a payment schedule. These payments have different recipients such as the agency, surrogate and clinic.