Surrogacy is when a woman carries and gives birth to baby for someone else, usually for a woman unable to carry the child [...]
If the surrogate miscarries or something causes the baby to stop developing, do we still pay the surrogate payments?
You only reimburse the surrogate for her time while she is pregnant. If you wish to proceed with an additional transfer there are [...]
The agency fee is not increased if you wish to have twins. However, the costs for other aspects of the surrogacy do increase [...]
This amount varies as we get such a large amount of surrogate applications monthly. For most of our parents there is no real [...]
It’s best to discuss this with your IVF clinic as they are a big determining factor. Success rates are dependent on many factors [...]
Payments are typically made via secure wire transfers to your trust account. On some rare occasions we can accept payments to your trust [...]
A repeat surrogate is not necessarily better than a first time surrogate. Every surrogate goes through a very thorough screening process which includes [...]
To be considered a “repeat surrogate” a woman must have given birth to a live surrogate baby in the past. “First-time” surrogates are [...]
If you are unable to come to the U.S. due to problems with your visa, you MUST contact our agency and the legal [...]
No she cannot take your baby home. The baby will stay in the hospital until you arrive.