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Gay Surrogacy in Georgia

As of January 11th 2021, gay surrogacy in Georgia is illegal. Please contact us – office@globalsurrogacy.baby for more details or alternative options.

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Why choose Georgia?

The Benefits of Surrogacy in Georgia

Surrogacy in Georgia
The Process

Step-By-Step

The practical step-by-step process of surrogacy in Georgia is as follows:

Partner Clinics

Our Recommended Partners in Georgia

Reproductive Clinic of Zurab Sabakhtarasvili is a fertility centre that operates its surrogacy program in Georgia. Prof Arsen Gvenetadze, Dr Ketevan Tukhashvili and Dr Lela Iremadze are the primary physicians at the clinic. In addition to their working at the Zurab Sabakhtarasvili clinic, all the physicians have vital roles in various fields of fertility and gynaecology in Georgia’s most prominent and best hospitals and universities. Being senior physicians and as heads of departments, they have gained years of experience and highly respected reputations. The equipment and infrastructure are of exceptional quality, and all medical procedures follow the highest western standards.

Reproductive Clinic of Zurab Sabakhtarasvili

Fixed Fee Programs

The Cost of Surrogacy in Georgia

At Global Surrogacy we will discuss your particular circumstances with you and then provide you with a total package price set out in a spreadsheet that includes a payment schedule. The fixed total price includes all fees payable to the surrogate, egg donors, medical clinics and hospitals, Georgian lawyers and local authorities.

The approximate total price for surrogacy in Georgia is EUR €62,000 if using your own embryos or €70,000 if you need an egg donor. There is a price list for optional additional services (eg: PGD) and contingencies (eg: twins).  This basic package price includes unlimited embryo transfers using all the embryos you have or can provide.

 

The Total Price Includes:

  • All consultancy fees
  • Donor and Surrogacy agency fees
  • IVF including ICSI and unlimited embryo transfers
  • Donor compensation (Payable after retrieval)
  • Donor stimulation medication
  • Surrogate mother medical exams
  • Surrogate mother medication for preparation and standard infections
  • Surrogacy contract and legal fees
  • Surrogate mother transportation and accommodation fees
  • Surrogate compensation
  • Support medication after embryo transfer for surrogate
  • Pregnancy test
  • Review of surrogate application/medical records
  • Prenatal vitamins
  • All medical and hospital expenses in the public hospital system
  • Regular medical visits and tests during pregnancy
  • Standard prenatal screenings
  • Surrogate transportation for embryo transfer
  • Surrogate transportation costs for pre-natal checks and routine medical checks
  • Fully screened surrogate
  • Psychologist visits for surrogate during pregnancy
  • Airport transfers for IPs on arrival for birth
  • Complications arising for the surrogate during delivery or pregnancy
  • Medical and hospital costs for delivery
  • Post birth care of surrogate by doctor and clinic
  • Surrogate transportation home
  • Issue of registered birth certificate
  • Notary and apostile fees for standard documents
Laws

An overview of Surrogacy Laws in Georgia

Since 1992 surrogacy has been legal in Georgia for straight married and straight de facto couples. Article 143b of the Law of Georgia on Healthcare  explicitly allows surrogacy “when a woman does not have an uterus, by transferring the embryo obtained as a result of fertilisation to the uterus of another women.” The embryo may contain genetic material from one or both of the intended parents but this is not a must, unlike the Ukraine, where at least one of the IP`s needs to demonstrate a genetic link to the child. 

The written consent of the couple is obligatory. The surrogate mother will not have any parental rights with regard to the child. In contrast to other countries consent of the surrogate mother is not required for registration of the birth certificate. However, the IPs will need to provide a signed surrogacy agreement between them and the surrogate, a certificate of embryo transfer into the uterus of the surrogate mother issued by the IVF clinic and a certificate of childbirth issued by the hospital.