Surrogacy process in Mexico with World Center of Baby

Surrogacy process in Mexico with World Center of Baby

Surrogacy agency World Center of baby happy to announce that from now on our team start their work in Mexico. We are helping both heterosexual couples and LGBT+ community couples.

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Surrogacy process in Mexico with World Center of Baby

IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) is the most common procedure which involves the direct genetic linkage between the child and the intended parents that offers an option for intended parents who are unable to conceive.

Our guarantee programs are designed to make the surrogacy costs transparent because they include unlimited IVF attempts, unlimited egg donations and embryo transfers up until a successful birth.


The whole process is quite linear and goes like this:
<p>The intended parents must provide all the necessary documentation including passports, marriage certificate and all relevant and recent medical checkups including HIV, hepatitis and sperm analysis in order to qualify for our unlimited package program</p>
1 Step

The intended parents must provide all the necessary documentation including passports, marriage certificate and all relevant and recent medical checkups including HIV, hepatitis and sperm analysis in order to qualify for our unlimited package program

<p>The initial contract is signed with the agency and first payment must be made to start the surrogacy process</p>
2 Step

The initial contract is signed with the agency and first payment must be made to start the surrogacy process

<p>Donor selection and surrogacy preparation</p>
3 Step

Donor selection and surrogacy preparation

<p>First visit, where the intended parents fly to Mexico City to sign all the relevant documentation (power of attorney, surrogate contract, etc.) The father must also provide biomaterial for the surrogacy process to begin</p>
4 Step

First visit, where the intended parents fly to Mexico City to sign all the relevant documentation (power of attorney, surrogate contract, etc.) The father must also provide biomaterial for the surrogacy process to begin

<p>Fertilization and embryo culture (PGD if necessary)</p>
5 Step

Fertilization and embryo culture (PGD if necessary)

<p>Embryo transfer is made until a pregnancy is achieved</p>
6 Step

Embryo transfer is made until a pregnancy is achieved

<p>Baby’s birth – a birth certificate is created for the newborn in order to continue with the exit process so the baby can receive a Mexican passport and finally travel home with the intended parents</p>
7 Step

Baby’s birth – a birth certificate is created for the newborn in order to continue with the exit process so the baby can receive a Mexican passport and finally travel home with the intended parents

Intended parents have to understand that additional costs may arise during the surrogacy process which include the following:

  • Transport and accommodation for intended parents
  • Shipping costs of biomaterial (sperm/eggs/embryos)
  • Legal assistance in your own country – exit process
  • Additional legal support fees in Colombia may occur (depending on nationality and exit process)
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these steps:
Igor Kalenichenko
Igor Kalenichenko

Intended Parent Partner (LGBT+)

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