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Wednesday, 22 July 2020 17:07

Green Zone Countries: Enter Ukraine for Surrogacy and IVF as if there was no Conravirus

Yes! The process for visiting Ukraine for your surrogacy or IVF journey just became very simple and painless for “Green Zone” countries. Position of country according to "Red zone" and "Green zone" shall be taken to account during customs clearance in Ukraine, not during departure of foreign national from his/her country. In case of transit flight during your surrogate journey through the "Red Zone" country, the zone of country of departure will only be taken into account. The citizens from countries with a high level of COVID-19 cases who have been in Green Zone countries over the past 14 days*…
Saturday, 18 July 2020 09:49

Important Tips for Entering Ukraine for Surrogacy from the “Red Zone”

No more private jets or flying strange routes! Now you can get into Ukraine easily to start your surrogacy or IVF journey in Ukraine without a 14 day quarantine. This decreases the cost of surrogacy and shortens your stay! The "Red Zone" consists of countries with more than 40 active coronavirus cases per 100,000 people. The fact that a citizen has a certificate of COVID-19 does not waive the need to undergo COVID-19 testing using the PCR method after crossing the state border or undergoing an observation if the citizen has arrived from a country entering the “red zone”. Persons…
Sunday, 12 July 2020 10:56

Ryan Murphy is set to become a father for the third time

The American Horror Story creator has revealed he and his husband David Miller will become parents to a baby boy in August this year. The new arrival will join their other two sons Logan, seven, and Ford, five, who were welcomed into their family via surrogate. Murphy announced the news in an article he wrote for Architectural Digest, in which he gave readers a look inside his family homes in Los Angeles and New York. Toward the end of the article, the Glee producer wrote: “I feel an attack of colour and Legos and bright Magna-Tiles coming on. We are…
Thursday, 09 July 2020 09:49

Huntington Beach couple welcomes twins via surrogate despite unique hurdles amid COVID pandemic

After years of fertility issues, and now in the midst of a global pandemic, the OC couple was able to bring their babies home. Having a baby during the coronavirus emergency raises a number of concerns, but having a baby through surrogacy also poses some challenges. A local couple that ABC7 introduced viewers to in April, who were awaiting the arrival of twins through an out-of-state surrogate, has good news. The Huntington Beach couple have so much celebrate despite their increasingly difficult circumstances. After years of health and fertility struggles, Sugar and Greg Bull are now the proud parents of…
Monday, 06 July 2020 11:02

California couple takes winding path to parenthood through surrogacy, Ukraine and COVID-19

A Californian couple that has been trying to have a baby for an agonizing 17 years is going to have to wait a little while longer due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But thanks to a surrogate in Ukraine, they have what they've waited so long for. Yuvaraj and Sarvicka Nagendram, 56 and 49, respectively, called their new baby "the gift of a lifetime," but the journey to adoption was a long one that's still not over. The couple, from San Leandro, just south of Oakland, learned in early May they finally had a son from a surrogate mother in…
Friday, 03 July 2020 12:00

Babies Born To Ukrainian Surrogates Meet Parents After Pandemic Restrictions Ease

Foreign couples who waited two months because of coronavirus-related border closures have finally collected their babies from surrogate mothers in Ukraine. Ukraine's human rights ombudswoman, Lyudmila Denisova, said June 10 that 31 couples had arrived and been united with their infant children. There were emotional scenes as new parents cried and held their babies after a long ordeal because of the pandemic. “It's a very good ending of the story, unbelievable,” said Andrea Diez of Argentina, who held her baby for the first time. The babies have been stranded in Ukraine since the country closed its borders because of the…
Tuesday, 30 June 2020 06:16

Coronavirus lockdown could keep St Andrews mum from baby's birth

Olivia Rowlands came through cancer treatment but as a result she went into the menopause. Olivia Rowlands and her husband Sam are expecting a baby girl in July. The baby is being carried by her cousin, Ellie Hutchinson, after treatment for bowel cancer left Olivia unable to go through pregnancy. But lockdown means many of the precious moments of the pregnancy have been experienced by video and the new parents may not be at the birth. Olivia, 31, a primary school teacher, was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2017, when she was 29 years old. After 29 sessions of radiotherapy,…
Friday, 26 June 2020 12:28

Rights for Surrogate Parents

Surrogacy is when another woman carries and gives birth to a baby for the couple who want to have a child.  One or both of the couple may provide the genetic material for the child. You should seek legal advice before entering into a surrogacy arrangement. What rights does the surrogate have? A surrogate (whether or not they are genetically related to the child) is considered the child’s legal mother until and unless that status is altered by an order of the court (a “Parental Order” – see below).  A surrogate mother (who will be giving birth to the baby)…
Monday, 22 June 2020 14:47

‘It takes a lot of trust’: Surrogate delivers first baby of 2020 at UPMC Carlisle

Sarah Groff knew several things when she gave birth to the first baby of the new year at UPMC Carlisle Medical Center on Wednesday morning.  Most importantly, she knew the 5-pound 7-ounce little girl wasn’t hers in the genetic, legal or any other sense. And she knew that within a few days, the infant, Arianna, would be going home to Connecticut with her parents, Jovan Manero-Marrero and Emmanual Gonzalez- Rosado. Groff, a 23-year-old Philadelphia native and mother of two who lives in Shippensburg, was the gestational surrogate for that married couple. For nine months, she carried another woman’s egg, fertilized…
Friday, 19 June 2020 14:43

Paying gestational carriers should be legal in all states

Every year, hundreds of thousands of babies are born in the U.S. using assisted reproductive technologies, a multibillion-dollar industry that is controversial and largely unregulated. One of the controversies involves the use of paid gestational carriers, women who agree to carry a fertilized embryo, created from another woman’s egg, give birth, and give the baby to its parents. This is different from tradition (or genetic) surrogates, who provide both their own eggs and their own wombs. Gestational surrogacy now constitutes 95% of all surrogacy in the U.S. State laws about arrangements for gestational carriers vary widely and are in flux.…
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Under Ukrainian law, surrogacy is a legal affordable option for traditionally married couples to have children using their own embryos, or with either an egg or sperm donor. There must be a medical reason you can’t carry a child. You are also able to participate if you have had 4 unsuccessful IVF attempts.

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Under Ukrainian law, surrogacy is a legal affordable option for traditionally married couples to have children using their own embryos, or with either an egg or sperm donor. There must be a medical reason you can’t carry a child. You are also able to participate if you have had 4 unsuccessful IVF attempts.