We strongly believe in supporting our gestational surrogates during every step of the process. Our gestational carriers are given expert guidance throughout the entire surrogacy arrangement.
Once you have been assigned to a loving intended couple, your CARE Mexico journey is embraced with unceasing, personal support for you and your intended parents.
Our goal is to understand your expectations of the IVF with surrogacy process. We will thoughtfully match you with intended parents who desire the same experiences you do.
We are honored that you are here and wish to join us. Send us an email to [email protected] with the subject line “Gestational Carrier” and we will respond quickly to your adoring request.
Gestational Carrier Requirements for CARE Mexico
- You are currently living and residing in Jalisco or Sinaloa Mexico
- You are between the ages of 20 and 32
- Have successfully delivered one child of your own that you are raising
- Have health reproductive history, non-smoker, within a healthy weight
- Willingness to complete lengthy application, submit photograph and provide detailed medical information, as well as psychological assessment, which is reviewed by our CARE Mexico team
- Submit to comprehensive criminal background check
- Husband/partner consents to the surrogacy arrangement and supports your decision
- Willing to undergo blood screening for certain infectious diseases
Matching Process with CARE Mexico
Once our dedicated team has successfully matched you to admirable intended parents, you will be asked to sign the contract and discuss all of the legalities with our dedicated team.
Once contract terms are determined you will undergo a second physical exam and any additional medical screening or testing deemed necessary. You will work closely with our fertility specialists during the entire in vitro fertilization (IVF) with surrogacy process.
After the baby is born, your parental rights will be relinquished as stated in the CARE Mexico contracts and the intended parents will gain parental rights by legalizing their relationship with the child and fulfilling their obligations with any additional documents required for the issuance of a birth certificate.