Surrogacy by Country

22.02.2021

Surrogacy in Austria

Surrogacy in Austria is prohibited by the Federal law "on reproductive medicine". The country's government makes advances to infertile couples and pays for the first 6 IVF attempts. Childless couples often have to go abroad to solve the problem of infertility. For these purposes, Austrians often choose Ukraine. Surrogacy is prohibited in Austria, so infertile couples go to treat infertility in Ukraine.
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30.12.2020

Surrogacy in Russia

Surrogacy is legalized in Russia, but couples can face the number of difficulties after the birth of a child. The legislation doesn't fully reflect the features and procedure for regulating the field of reproductive medicine, where there are many gaps and shortcomings.
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23.12.2020

Surrogacy in Brazil

Surrogacy is allowed in Brazil, but there is one interesting point. The surrogate mother must have family ties with one of the potential parents of the child.
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06.11.2020

Surrogacy in Mexico

In Mexico, as in the United States, there is no law that regulates the field of surrogacy. But if there is no ban, it does not mean that there is a permission. Until recently, Tabasco was the center of surrogacy, where people came from all over the world. The situation changed in 2016, when the government made significant changes to the legislation.
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12.10.2020

Surrogacy in Georgia

In Georgia, surrogate motherhood, as well as egg/sperm donation, became legal in 1997, when the law "on healthcare of Georgia" included the Provision "on surrogate motherhood".
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09.10.2020

Surrogacy in Denmark

Denmark is a leading country in terms of the number of children born as a result of assisted reproductive technologies (about 10% of the total number of babies). But with surrogacy, things are not as good here as with IVF. Let's explain why.
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08.10.2020

Surrogacy in the world

Surrogate motherhood remains the cause of disputes on moral and ethical issues, it is not recognized by the Catholic Church, and in some countries criminal liability is provided for violations of the law in this area. What is the situation with the use of surrogacy in the world — where it is allowed and where it is forbidden?
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18.08.2020

Surrogacy in Belgium

Surrogacy in Belgium is not regulated by law, but is actively practiced. Belgium is one of the countries where surrogacy is not regulated at the legislative level. There are no specific regulations that would prohibit or allow the use of the services of surrogate mothers.
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18.08.2020

Surrogacy in Europe

In most European countries, surrogacy is prohibited. In some countries, violation of the law in this area entails serious punishment (in Austria, Germany, France, Norway, Sweden, Estonia).
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07.08.2020

Surrogacy in the Czech Republic

For the first time, surrogacy in the Czech Republic received its legitimization relatively recently, in 2014, after the adoption of the new Civil Code of the Czech Republic.
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