The first thing you will do to become a Surrogate Mother in Georgia is to fill out an application with our agency. Working with us can protect you and ensure that your health and safety are top priorities. Much of the application will cover the requirements mentioned above, as well as details about your health, social history, lifestyle, employment, and current financial stability.
If your application is accepted, you will meet in-person or via video call with one of our friendly team members, including those who have been Surrogates and Intended Parents themselves. We give you the opportunity to not only tell us about yourself and your family but also why you want to become a Surrogate Mother in GA. We ask about your expectations for your journey, what kind of relationship you would like with your Intended Parents, and what your timeline looks like.
Once you have completed an interview with us, your medical records are carefully reviewed to ensure that no prior issues may disqualify you from having a baby for someone else and undergoing IVF. Once you choose the family you want to help, you will then meet with a fertility specialist and mental health provider in person for evaluations. The information gathered in these sessions will help to ensure that you have a smooth journey through surrogacy and are prepared for what’s to come.