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Surrogacy in Georgia

Surrogacy Agency in Georgia

Over the past few years, Georgia has received significant investments in healthcare. The number of clinics and medical centers has also increased. Now, the country is one of the leading medical tourism centers, and many medical services are in demand in its capital Tbilisi.

Compared to other regions and countries, gestational surrogacy in Georgia is often a more cost-effective option for heterosexual couples. The overall expenses, including medical procedures, legal fees, and compensation for the gestational carrier, tend to be more affordable, making surrogacy accessible to a broader range of intended parents.

Same-sex, Gay surrogacy in Georgia have the same laws and have generally the same surrogacy process as heterosexuals, with the exception of likely requiring an egg donor or sperm donor to complete the IVF procedure.

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IVF treatment in Georgia

Surrogacy laws in Georgia has been regulated since 1997, and, since then, the country has become a desirable destination for IVF programs, surrogacy and egg donation for intended parents all over the world.

During IVF procedure, sperm and eggs are fertilized in the laboratory with each other to form embryos. The embryos are kept in observation for 4 or 5 days in the favorable environment and if everything goes according to the conditions required, the embryo is planted in the uterus of the surrogate.

Surrogate mother in Georgia

Surrogate mothers’ age in Georgia can be between 20 and 42 years old. Every surrogate mother candidate is thoroughly examined for viruses, sexually transmitted diseases, and hormones. An ultrasound scan is performed to verify that her endometrium is good and she is capable of carrying a healthy baby to term.

Most of the surrogates in Georgia reside in and around Tbilisi. Applicants must pass a thorough and strict selection process to join the program. Moreover, they must have given birth to at least one healthy baby from a successful pregnancy.

During the pregnancy, the surrogates live with their families and maintain their lifestyles as per usual. They have regular visits to the clinic, monitoring their pregnancies according to the pregnancy plan.

They have all the standard pregnancy tests. They also take periodic blood tests to make sure their health is good. This is to ensure a successful birth.

The success of your IVF treatment depends on your personal situation. Age, genetics, sperm and egg quality, and the number of embryos transferred can all have an impact on the success of your procedure.

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    What is the wait time for a Georgian surrogate?

    Although these days there is accumulating waiting list, we are proud of a no wait uniqueness policy, for finding a surrogate, for first embryo transfer to occur and in between transfers.

    Surrogacy for HIV Intended Parents

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    Being an HIV carrier, you must know that HIV is no longer incurable or untreatable. Surrogacy for HIV in Georgia is also a great option for all HIV-infected people, to claim the long-awaited satisfaction of having their own kid.

    The procedure is simple and very straightforward. Intended Parents are asked to send their last six-months’ lab tests showing undetectable viral load in serum to our clinic by e-mail. Acceptable Viral load result should not be higher: <40 copies/mL, <80 UI/mL or <1.6. Log.

    If the viral load is high, we are unable to accept them until they have undergone treatment for at least three months, but following special treatment, the viral load will become satisfactory for Intended Parents to be accepted for one of our programs.

    Following approval, Intended Parents are invited to visit Georgia, where the test will be performed again by local infections decease specialist. If the results match those previously sent to a clinic, the Intended Parent will be able to deposit their semen to begin IVF. Although the possibility of transmitting the virus with molecular-based washed sperm is virtually nonexistent, sperm washing and molecular testing are performed for all HIV-positive parents-to-be to ensure the safety of surrogate mothers and your baby.

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    Egg donation in Georgia

    Egg and sperm donation are permitted in Georgia. Georgia allows non-anonymous donation. Profiles with photos and basic information of the donors can be shown to the intended parents.

    Egg Donor Requirements:

    • Between the ages 21 to 32.
    • Healthy BMI.
    • High school diploma required; secondary education preferred.
    • Willing to undergo medical and psychological screening.
    • Non-smoker.
    • Reliable and responsible.
    • Able to provide a full medical history of biological family members.
    • Have flexible schedule.

    Surrogacy and Egg Donation Legislation

    gestational surrogacy in GeorgiaAccording to the law, children born by a surrogate or with the assistance of egg donation cannot be legally claimed by the surrogate or donor; instead, only the couple retains legal rights as the child’s parents following their birth.

    Within 5 working days (sometimes it can take longer) after the child has been born, their birth certificate will be issued with only the couple’s names registered as the legal parents of the baby. After birth documents are submitted in public service hall as a couple POA. When the parents are registered, there is no required consent from the surrogate mother.

    Issuance of the birth certificate is simple so our Intended Parents do not need to employ the help of a lawyer.

    After the birth certificate has been issued, the parents may start the process for the exit with their respective embassies.

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    IVF Legislation in Georgia

    According to the Georgian law in case of the child born by a surrogate mother the couple and not the surrogate mother will be registered as the parents of the child. After birth documents are submitted in public service hall as a couple. POA and surrogate mother’s consent are not required. Even in case an embryo which was obtained not from the Intended Parents but from a donor, the couple will be deemed as the legal parents of the child.

    The following will be required for registration of the couple as parents:

    • Surrogacy Agreement made by the Intended Parents
    • Certificate of embryo transfer into the uterus of the surrogate mother issued by the IVF clinic
    • Certificate of the fact of childbirth issued by maternity hospital.

    Why Georgia?

    Due to the ban on the service in most European countries, Georgia is one of the few countries that allow for international surrogacy. This alone makes it a desirable location for many parents seeking surrogacy services as a fertility solution to start or grow their family.

    Georgia’s legislation prohibits the gestational surrogate mother from having any rights to keep the baby after birth, offering all of the intended parents peace of mind knowing they will be able to take their baby home without any interference.

    There are many experienced surrogacy agencies in Georgia, that can help you find a surrogate and work through the legal contract required. Contact for Gay, Heterosexual couples, surrogacy for singles in Georgia.

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    The Advantages of Surrogacy in the Republic of Georgia:

    • Commercial surrogacy has been allowed since 1997, thus, the rights of IPs are well protected.
    • Good pool of healthy egg donors of all origins.
    • Surrogacy cost in Georgia: low-cost surrogacy options are available.
    • The consent of the surrogate mother is not required for registration of the birth certificate.
    • Plenty of young and healthy surrogates are available with no waiting list.
    • The name of the IPs in the baby’s birth certificate, no surrogacy is mentioned.
    • Georgian law is clear that the gestational carrier has no parental rights over the child.
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