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NewGen Families does not require you to be vaccinated for Covid-19 at this time. However, not being vaccinated will result in longer wait times for a possible match, as most clinics and Intended Parents are requesting and requiring that Surrogates be fully vaccinated.
As a NewGen Surrogate, you will be matched with a Case Manager who will guide, nurture, and advise you on this incredible journey.
NewGen Families follow ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine) guidelines to ensure that Intended Parents are working with a Surrogate who has minimal to low risks during their pregnancy. This is a very expensive process for our Intended Parents. Therefore, we want to limit any additional costs that may occur during a surrogacy pregnancy.
Navigating a surrogacy journey without using an agency can be risky. By using an agency, you are working with experts (experienced Surrogates) who work with a Dream Team to make your journey as smooth as possible.
Navigating a surrogacy journey without using an agency can be risky. By using an agency, you are working with experts (experienced Surrogates) who work with a Dream Team to make your journey as smooth as possible.
Navigating a surrogacy journey without using an agency can be risky. By using an agency, you are working with experts (experienced Surrogates) who work with a Dream Team to make your journey as smooth as possible.
The 14th Amendment states that “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States…”. This means that once you have collected your birth certificates from Vital Records, you can then apply for your child’s passport with the US Department Of State.
If there are no complications, parents and their babies are usually discharged from the hospital within 72 hours after the birth. The next step is to book a time with Vital Records to collect copies of your child’s birth certificate. Once you have a copy of your child’s birth certificate, you can apply for a US passport. For international IPs, this is when your home attorney should trigger the next steps in acquiring local citizenship and a passport. I will provide an answer for this one ASAP…. Please leave a space for it More content will be added here.
NewGen Families follow ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine) guidelines to ensure that Intended Parents are working with a Surrogate who has minimal to low risks during their pregnancy. This is a very expensive process for our Intended Parents. Therefore, we want to limit any additional costs that may occur during a surrogacy pregnancy.
Surrogacy is an arrangement between a qualified carrier (woman/Surrogate) and another party (Intended Parent/s) where the woman agrees to carry the other party’s baby because they cannot do so themselves.
Surrogacy is an arrangement between a qualified carrier (woman/Surrogate) and another party (Intended Parent/s) where the woman agrees to carry the other party’s baby because they cannot do so themselves.
Surrogacy is an arrangement between a qualified carrier (woman/Surrogate) and another party (Intended Parent/s) where the woman agrees to carry the other party’s baby because they cannot do so themselves.
Surrogacy is an arrangement between a qualified carrier (woman/Surrogate) and another party (Intended Parent/s) where the woman agrees to carry the other party’s baby because they cannot do so themselves.
Surrogacy is an arrangement between a qualified carrier (woman/Surrogate) and another party (Intended Parent/s) where the woman agrees to carry the other party’s baby because they cannot do so themselves.
Surrogacy is an arrangement between a qualified carrier (woman/Surrogate) and another party (Intended Parent/s) where the woman agrees to carry the other party’s baby because they cannot do so themselves.
Surrogacy is an arrangement between a qualified carrier (woman/Surrogate) and another party (Intended Parent/s) where the woman agrees to carry the other party’s baby because they cannot do so themselves.
Surrogacy is an arrangement between a qualified carrier (woman/Surrogate) and another party (Intended Parent/s) where the woman agrees to carry the other party’s baby because they cannot do so themselves.
Surrogacy is an arrangement between a qualified carrier (woman/Surrogate) and another party (Intended Parent/s) where the woman agrees to carry the other party’s baby because they cannot do so themselves.
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Approximately 18-24 months is the average surrogacy journey in Colombia.

Yes. Our team has navigated many surrogacy journeys for single Intended Parents. However, due to the need for a genetic link, our Colombia program is only suitable for Single Men who intend to use their own sperm in the process.

The process begins with a complimentary consultation with one of our case managers whereby we learn more about your family building goals and discuss how we can help you achieve them. When you are ready to move forward, you enter a formal agreement with NewGen Families and the process begins. You will be supported from that first consultation to the day you bring the baby home.

You will be provided with a specialist surrogacy attorney in Colombia who will represent you throughout your entire journey. If you are an international IP, we strongly advise you to engage with an attorney in your own country in order to ensure a safe and smooth exit process. You must also update your will by the embryo transfer milestone.

You will meet your surrogate via Zoom for the matching process. Once you are matched, you will not have any direct contact with her. This is due to the fact that Colombian surrogates often do not speak English. Your case manager will coordinate ‘dial in’ meetings for the baby scans whereby an English translator will be present. After the birth, it is your choice to keep in contact with the surrogate.

Your child will be born in Bogota.

Novafem Fertility Clinic in Bogota.

Selecting an Egg Donor is one of the most important decisions that you will make as an Intended Parent. Often IPs will already be looking for certain traits in their donor. We provide you with access to a database that includes donor profiles and recent pictures of the donor. In addition, we include the donor’s responses to a large questionnaire that includes information on genetics, family health history and achieved education levels. Once you have selected an egg donor, your case manager will check her availability for you and from there coordinate the egg retrieval.

All of our donors undertake basic genetic screening to rule out 6* major genetic conditions

No. It is not possible to have contact with egg donors in Colombia. By law, they must remain anonymous. 

At NewGen, we are proud to assist and guide our HIV+ Intended Parents safely and securely as they realise their dreams of becoming parents. Parenthood is achievable for HIV+ individuals and our experienced case management and medical teams have made this possible for many rainbow families. To discuss the process and learn about the options available to HIV+ Intended Parents, book a complimentary consultation to hear about the options.

NewGen provides you with a lawyer who will ensure that you are granted your parental rights. Your case manager will guide you throughout the post-partum process and ensure that you are issued with the child’s Colombian birth certificate and passport.

Yes. Upon being matched with a surrogate, your lawyer will act on your behalf, negotiate with their attorney and subsequently draft an agreement. The agreement covers topics such as medical and psychological screening requirements and the relinquishment of all legal rights to your child.

Some IPs travel to Bogota to deposit their sperm, whilst others chose to ship their sperm from their home country. Naturally all IPs are required to travel to Bogota for the birth of their babies. We advise that you travel no later than the 38th week of the pregnancy.

If there are no complications, parents and their babies are usually discharged from the hospital within 72 hours after the birth. The next step is to acquire your child’s birth certificate and passport. Once you have ID documents for your child, your attorney from home should proceed with the next steps in acquiring local citizenship and a passport. Timing is completely dependant on which country you are from.