According to the ART-bill introduced in Dec-21. Surrogacy can be offered by Surrogacy clinics only. Surrogate compensation is not allowed – the surrogate must provide the service altruistically. The couple must be a married male and female. Or a woman divorcee or widower. The couple (or any of them) should not have a child. The female age cannot exceed 50 and the male age cannot exceed 55.
IF you are not eligible for surrogacy in India, your only option is to opt for surrogacy abroad. You may find more details about surrogacy outside of India in www.tammuz.com
Yes, you can get the medical loan and convert your total Surrogacy treatment into easy EMI in Dehli, India, by contacting your bank. You can ask our help desk to help you contact medical loan providers like Bajaj Finance and Uno finance.
The cost of surrogacy includes a lot more than IVF. The IVF part costs the same but u then need to add all the costs related to the surrogate and the pregnancy as well as all the legal costs. Bottom Line it is higher than that of conventional IVF. You can get free financial consultation from our team if you have any questions related to surrogacy costs. Call us at 8010 628 628
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No. The new surrogacy act (2021) does not allow gay couple, same sex couple or single father to opt for surrogacy in India. However, it is completely legal in many other countries – you can find out more details at www.tammuz.com
No. The new surrogacy act (2021) does not allow to opt for surrogacy in India for anyone who has a child. However, it is completely legal in many other countries – you can find out more details at www.tammuz.com