Gestational surrogacy is an incredible family-building option that has helped many couples become parents when they otherwise could not. However, surrogacy is prohibited in many countries around the world, such as France and Switzerland. Other countries face restrictions, including China, Sweden, Spain, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and The Netherlands. As a result, intended parents throughout the world turn to the United States for surrogacy and egg donation.
The United States is widely considered to be the preferable country for surrogacy. We've worked with intended parents from over 73 countries including Australia, China, New Zealand, France, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden, and beyond. International parents prefer the United States due to its favorable legal, societal and medical conditions. 45 of 50 U.S. states permit compensated surrogacy. The United States also offers a supportive environment for surrogates and intended parents.
Having children through U.S. surrogacy can be relatively easy for international intended parents. It is only necessary to come to the United States 2 to 3 times—for the clinic visit and birth (both are required). Parents choose to visit at other times. We suggest visiting for the transfer and the 20-week ultrasound.
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