How to Become an

Intended Parent

Intended parents who explore a gestational surrogacy program as a means of having children of their own come from all backgrounds and live all over the world.

Many are heterosexual couples where medical issues of either or both partners have made it difficult or impossible to successfully bear children. Others are LGBTQ people who want to have children of their very own. Whatever the reason, if you’re reading this there’s a good chance you an intended parent who is ready to take a serious look at how gestational surrogacy works. Global Surrogacy Services is here to help you get started.

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Quick Match with Qualified Surrogate and More

One of your first choices as an intended parent will be the selection of an agency to assist with the many medical and legal matters that must be attended to, as well as the selection of a surrogate. Naturally, not all agencies are the same. When you select Global Surrogacy Services, you can expect the following:

How Does Gestational Surrogacy Work?

In theory, the principle is quite simple. Through in vitro fertilization (IVF), an egg is fertilized by sperm in the lab. The genetic material may come from the intended parents or other sources, depending on the situation. Once fertilization is complete and one or more embryos have formed, they are implanted in the gestational surrogate’s uterus. From there on, the pregnancy continues as normal until one or more babies are born.

Of course, a surrogacy program is not merely a laboratory exercise. There are many important medical and legal steps that need to be taken on the road to becoming a parent. The most important of these is, of course, the selection of a surrogate.

What Qualifications

Do I Need to Meet as an Intended Parent?

Global Surrogacy Services believes that all kinds of people deserve the chance to have a family, regardless of race, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, or infertility. Of course, becoming an intended parent is a major decision and we have found that the following considerations are musts for nearly all intended parents who want to move forward with their parental journey.