An Update on Becoming a Surrogate in New York

NBS19The state of New York does not recognize surrogacy contracts. State law does not give surrogates living in New York a legal avenue for entering into an enforceable contract. Any contract entered into by a surrogate living in New York will be unenforceable in court should a dispute arise.

State Surrogacy Laws

The laws and regulations covering gestational surrogacy change yearly in every state across the country. Because gestational surrogacy is becoming more socially accepted, New York may eventually evolve to recognize these contracts. The best news: New Beginnings Surrogacy will help ensure Intended Parents living in New York enter into an enforceable contract with a Surrogate Mother living in a surrogacy-friendly state.

Intended Parents Living in New York

Intended Parents must search for a surrogate mother living in a surrogacy-friendly state – she cannot reside in New York.

Enforceable Surrogate Contract                                                                                  

Once a match has been made with an out-of-state surrogate mother, a solid surrogacy contract will secure the rights and responsibilities of all parties – before, during and after birth. To protect and preserve your rights of both the intended parents and the surrogate mother, you must work through a reputable gestational surrogacy agency.

An enforceable surrogacy contract must encompass a clear definition of your rights and liabilities in the case of:

  • IVF failure(s)
  • Pregnancy complications
  • Multiple pregnancy
  • Birth complications

Surrogate Process in Brief

  • An egg is retrieved from the intended mother and fertilized with the intended father’s sperm (or donor sperm)
  • The cultured embryo is then transferred to the surrogate mother’s uterus
  • The surrogate mother then carries the pregnancy to full term
  • The intended parents are intimately involved with the pregnancy
  • The intended parents are present at the birth of the baby to assume legal parental rights and responsibilities

Gestation surrogacy may be achieved in a variety of methods using:

  • Intended mother’s eggs
  • Donor eggs
  • Intended father’s sperm
  • Donor sperm

Surrogate Acceptance Process

If you want to explore the possibility of becoming a surrogate mother to help a couple have a baby, the experts at New Beginnings Surrogacy are wanting to talk to you. Not every woman is accepted into our program. To see if you qualify, take our fast and easy prescreening quiz.

To begin:

  • You must reside in a surrogate-friendly state
  • You must meet some basic requirements

Basic Surrogate Requirements

  • You must be committed to our surrogacy program and the intended parents
  • You must be in good health with a BMI no higher than 31
  • If your BMI is slightly higher than 31, you should still make contact with us at contact@nbsurrogacy.com.
  • You must have delivered one healthy baby
  • You prior pregnancy must have been uncomplicated
  • You cannot use tobacco, drink alcohol, or illegal drugs
  • You must clear a criminal background check
  • You must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident
  • You must between 21 and 29

Experienced Surrogacy Agency

New Beginnings Surrogacy is national leading gestational surrogacy agency offering:

  • In-depth psychological evaluation
  • Physical and medical testing
  • Inviting, reliable, and enjoyable experience
  • Service above and beyond to take care of clients every step of the process
  • Highest gestational surrogate compensation packages
  • Personal care through dedicated coordinators throughout the gestational surrogacy process
  • Legal and medical counseling
  • Fast matching services with a proven track record
  • Higher chance of pregnancy success
  • Less physical risk to the intended mother

Leader in Helping You Become a Surrogate Mother

New Beginnings Surrogacy’s Team of Experts want to help guide you through the entire process of becoming a surrogate mother. We are proud to offer among the highest compensation packages for surrogates in the United States. If you live in a surrogate-friendly state, schedule your consultation by calling 844.873.5836.

Posted on: February 18, 2019