International Surrogacy Articles
When hopeful parents decide that surrogacy is the right option for their family, they’re usually thrilled to get started. But, with so many countries around the world offering surrogacy options, it can sometimes be overwhelming to decide where exactly to complete the surrogacy process.
While surrogacy outside of the U.S. may have been popular in previous years, it’s important to know that the legal and practical landscape of international surrogacy is always changing. Finding a safe, legal place to have a child through surrogacy can seem impossible, especially in the new restrictive era of international surrogacy — which is why American Surrogacy has answered some of your biggest questions in the articles below.
We know that choosing surrogacy is a big commitment and that you only want to complete the process that’s best for your family. That’s why we believe in fully informing all intended parents about the reality of the international surrogacy process so they can make an educated decision. To learn more about potential risks and the truth behind the process, please call our surrogacy specialists at 1-800-875-2229(BABY) or read our articles listed below.
Some hopeful parents in the U.S. fear that the domestic surrogacy laws won’t permit surrogacy, so they look into international surrogacy. Here’s what you should know.
When you decide to pursue surrogacy to build your family, you’ll need to choose between international and domestic surrogacy. Here’s what you need to know.
While surrogacy can be a risky process in and of itself, completing an international surrogacy offers more potential risks than surrogacy in the U.S.
If you live outside the U.S. and are looking to complete a surrogacy, there are many reasons why the United States is a great place for international surrogacy.
When American intended parents go abroad to complete their surrogacy, there are several ethical issues to consider for them and their surrogate’s lives.
If you’re thinking about an international surrogacy, you should be up to date on the most recent international surrogacy laws.
If you’re considering completing an Indian surrogacy as an American intended parent, there are some important things to know before starting this process.
If you’re considering Thailand surrogacy, there are some important things you need to know first — to learn whether it’s really a possibility for you.
Like many international surrogacy options, surrogacy in Mexico is unavailable to international intended parents. Why? Read more here.