Many people consider parenthood through surrogacy because of infertility or other health issues or because they face biological, social, or legal barriers to conception. They may specifically investigate international arrangements for financial reasons, due to legal constraints in their home country, or because of discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status. Unfortunately, accurate information about international surrogacy is hard to find. This lack of reliable and unbiased guidance puts intended parents, surrogates, and children born through surrogacy arrangements at risk.
The Surrogacy360 website seeks to fill this information gap by offering materials free of marketing or influence by commercial interests. While much of our work focuses on former and current surrogacy destinations such as India, Nepal, Mexico, Ukraine, Georgia, and Southeast Asia, the considerations offered here can be applied to any international surrogacy arrangement. Many are relevant to domestic commercial surrogacy as well. Surrogacy360 does not affiliate with, link to, or endorse any agents, clinics, or agencies.