A repeat surrogate is not necessarily better than a first time surrogate. Every surrogate goes through a very thorough screening process which includes [...]
Donors complete an extensive profile that includes personal, medical, education, and trait/characteristic information. If she has donated in the past, we also collect [...]
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 [...]
If you would like to gain access to these scores, then we will request the records from the potential egg donor. The scores [...]
No she cannot take your baby home. The baby will stay in the hospital until you arrive.
Please contact your surrogacy coordinator first and then your attorney if you feel your surrogate is in breach of the contract.
Family medical records are not verified, as there are too many records to sort through and the process can be too extensive. However, [...]
When should I come to United States to pick up the baby and what’s the minimum/maximum period I have to stay in America?
You will need to arrive in the U.S at least one to 1-2 weeks prior to your baby’s birth and you will stay [...]
As soon as you have embryo’s created and/or a donor secured in place, is the best time to start looking for a surrogate.