Become a Surrogate

Surrogacy allows women to help other individuals and couples bring their children into the world, and can be a very rewarding process

 

How do Surrogacy Agencies Work?

Surrogacy is an arrangement, often supported by a legal agreement, whereby a woman agrees to become pregnant, carry the pregnancy to due term, and give birth to a child or children, all of this for another person or persons, who are or will ultimately become the parent(s) of the child or children.

Rest Assured you have come to the right place. As an agency we take care of all the legal and medical work to make sure both our Intended parents and out Surrogate mothers have a great journey. How do Surrogacy Agencies work?

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As an agency, Sunshine Surrogacy will carefully match Surrogates and Intended Parents. Sunshine Surrogacy will coordinate appointments and legal procedures for both parties as well as provide resources and custom services that are usually outside the scope of surrogacy but necessary to enhance both surrogate and IP experience.

After the completion of the medical checks, Intended Parents will choose an egg donor and/or sperm donor if needed. Sunshine Surrogacy will prepare the final fee schedule for Intended Parents and set up a trust account with a lawyer. The lawyer will provide the contract between the surrogate and the intended parents.

During the pregnancy Sunshine Surrogacy will support Surrogates all the way until the baby is delivered to the intended parents. Our services includes ongoing counseling and providing guidance to both parties.

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Requirements

  1. Between the ages of 21 - 42.

  2. A non-smoker and not use marijuana or illegal drugs.

  3. In a stable home environment, either married or single.

  4. Have given birth to and parented at least one child.

  5. Willing to complete a background check souse included.

  6. An appropriate height to weight ratio (BMI 32 or under).

  7. An excellent health history.

  8. Had no more than 5 deliveries.

  9. Had no more than 3c-section deliveries.

  10. Had uncomplicated pregnancies and deliveries.