Georgia Surrogacy FAQ
Who is eligible for surrogacy assistance in Georgia?
Surrogate candidates in Georgia must be long-term residents of the United States between the ages of 21 and 40 at the time of matching with intended parents. They also must have given birth before with at least one full-term, healthy pregnancy without complications.
What’s the typical duration of the process for surrogacy in Georgia?
Whether you’re an intended parent or want to become a surrogate, the typical length of your journey should be between one and two years. This will depend a lot on how quickly you can be matched with an intended parent or surrogate. In some cases, intended parents who need to find an egg or sperm donor can expect the process to take a few months longer.
Is there a likelihood of being connected with intended parents specifically from Georgia?
Yes, there is a possibility that the intended parents you will be matched with as a surrogate will be from Georgia. However, we cannot guarantee this because there’s always a chance we won’t be working with any parents from the state when you decide to become a surrogate.
If this is important to you, we will do our best to match you with intended parents who live within the state. Many of our surrogates find as they go through the process that proximity is not as important as other factors when determining their compatibility with the intended parents, so it’s always a good idea to keep an open mind.
Does the International Surrogacy Center have a physical office in Georgia?
We currently do not have a physical location in Georgia, but we arrange meetings through Zoom to provide you with convenient service no matter where you are. In some cases, we also are willing to fly candidates to our headquarters in California if needed.