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Is surrogacy legal in India- the new surrogacy law in India

Is surrogacy legal in India- the new surrogacy law in India, the assistance of woman to end coercive surrogacy.

It is true, to say that’’ India’’ is globally exploring itself in almost all sector of marketing. And succeed to prove it a fast developing country. However, in the process of development, India has to face numerous hurdles in term of enacting law surrogacy legal in India. Among all the latest and significant concern, surrogacy in India one of the most debated issue to discuss and require immediate attention to think over. Nevertheless, India is one of the most thriving countries, where illegal and inappropriate surrogacy India service is being red tape.

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Surrogacy Law in Delhi

Due to its perennial concern. Enactment of surrogacy legal in India (regulation) bill, 2016. The watershed of the new provision bill seeks to impose a blanket ban commercial surrogacy to avoid exploitation of helpless woman. But on the contrary, Surrogacy legal in India give allowance of altruistic surrogacy

Enactment of surrogacy legal in India gives a new ray of hope For Indian woman:-

The surrogacy legal in India bill, however, implement with two caveats, while allowing altruistic surrogacy. First, it allows altruistic surrogacy for married couples. Foreigner, single parents, homosexual and another case, when a single couple who has been legally married in India for the minimum of five years can avail the benefits.  But knowing the ground reality surrogacy legal in India is so depressive and several women are a victim of coercive surrogacy in so-called patriarchy society of India.

What is surrogacy, a compassionate service to end infertility?

What is Surrogacy: – is an apparently easy and more assisted reproduction process; that helps to give birth, by the cooperation with intended parents in surrogacy India. It is a method by which ‘’a woman agrees to carry pregnancy ‘’ for desirable parents, who will further become the newborn child parents after birth. Moreover, ‘’after a certain amount of time ‘’when the intended parents are not able to produce a baby by medical treatment and perhaps pregnancy risk brings an unacceptable danger to the mother health. One can jubilantly opt for ‘’surrogacy in India’’ to heal infertility.

There are basically two types of surrogacy are prevalent across the nation:-

  • Traditional surrogacy
  • Gestational surrogacy

Traditional surrogacy India– traditional surrogacy in India which was used in earlier decades, a process involves artificial insemination of the surrogate.  However: In traditional surrogacy, the father sperm is used in the insemination. The big disadvantage of traditional surrogacy India is the result that infant either is born with the resemblance of a surrogate mother or the sperm donor. And in most cases, the child‘s face is likely to meet the face of a surrogate woman. So that is why most people do not prefer, to opt this traditional surrogacy India…

Gestation surrogacy India: – Gestation surrogacy in India is most essential and useful nowadays. Due to its enormous advantages that each and every parent would always like to have .the treatment is taking place when an embryo is being created by in vitro fertilization (IVF) surrogacy India. When an embryo is being created by in vitro fertilization (IVF) in a specialized laboratory. However, In the IVF case eggs are removed from the ovaries of female and at the same time sperms are collected from the male counterpart. Both egg and sperm are collected to fertilize in the laboratory. And then fertilized egg implants in the woman womb to make her conceive.

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Investing in You: A smart approach to using a surrogate

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What can you expect, when your surrogate is expecting?

Prospective parents may be willing to pay any price. But first, examine the sensitive financial questions behind hiring a legal, legitimate surrogate (by legal, we mean not a woman you found online).

What does the process cost? Who gets paid? Can you take out a home equity loan or charge credit cards? (Yes to both). The costs of surrogacy are usually about $120,000, experts advise. But like any lifetime investment, such as college or retirement, you can pay in stages.

Legalities:
Pennsylvania, oddly, is one of the most progressive states on the East Coast for legal surrogacy.

Washington and New York State don’t allow it, and can legally prosecute prospective parents and a surrogate. New Jersey doesn’t criminalize surrogacy, but lawyers say the state views it as “against public policy,” so surrogate contracts won’t hold up in court.

Pennsylvania, by contrast, is a haven. Philadelphia hosts a thriving industry in surrogacy for U.S. and European couples, both heterosexual and same sex, who come here to find a gestational carrier for their bundle of joy.

“Surrogacy is generally not covered by insurance,” says Tiffany Palmer, whose Jerner & Palmer law firm focuses on assisted reproduction law. Palmer strongly advises against “do-it-yourself” surrogacy. She and other lawyers hear horror stories from couples who fork over tens of thousands of dollars to strangers who then disappear with the money.

“Surrogacy can be done ethically and correctly, and is not exploitative if done right,” she says. “We work with women who have separate legal counsel, who are paid appropriately for their service, and who are not financially desperate and doing it of their own free will.”

Agencies:
Ask for a detailed estimate of all agency expenses during the contract. Compare agencies in your area. Understand if the price quoted includes your surrogate and a separate egg donor, along with legal fees, assisted reproduction fees and adoption costs (if required).

In vitro fertilization alone can cost $15,000 to $50,000 a cycle, depending on your area and medical factors. Then you pay your egg donor, which costs about $3,000 in Southern states, versus up to $15,000 in the Northeast, says Nicole Witt, executive director of the Adoption Consultancy in Brandon, Fla.

Philadelphia lawyer TJ Henderson lists expenses and fees , from $25,000 to $35,000 for the surrogate’s fee to a post-birth adoption order for $2,500.

Add-ons: the fertility clinic, surrogate life insurance and health insurance. Inclusive of everything, expect to pay about $105,000, Henderson says.

Egg donors:
Some fertility clinics offer free egg preservation (a.k.a. “freezing your eggs”) for young women who donate eggs three times.

Reproductive Associates of Delaware accepts women age 21 to 30 as anonymous egg donors, who then receive free annual exams up until age 31 plus pay of $8,000.

Another woman is paid as the legitimate surrogate, Henderson says. Her surrogates get $2,875 a month for eight consecutive months, and egg donors $7,000 to $10,000 per cycle.

“It’s fair and reasonable compensation for the pain and suffering,” she says. “And it’s not taxable income. There’s a perception that using a surrogate is only for celebs and wealthy people. Not at all. If it’s planned carefully, anyone can do it. If your agent and attorney establish legal parentage, and it’s not a ridiculous person you met online, you’re protected.”

100 infertile couples register for surrogate pregnancy

Surrogate pregnancy nurtures hope of infertile couples

VietNamNet Bridge – Around 100 infertile couples across Vietnam have registered for surrogate pregnancy at three authorised hospitals in the country after the regulation on surrogacy took effect one week ago, according to Deputy Minister of Health, Nguyen Viet Tien.

Tien said on March 19 that three major medical institutions, including the Central Obstetrics Hospital in Hanoi, Hue Central Hospital in Hue City and Tu Du Hospital in HCM City have been authorized to pilot the surrogate pregnancy.

The ministry will review the results one year later before deciding on the expansion of the service.

Dr. Ho Sy Hung, from the Central Obstetrics Hospital said they have received three applications for the surrogate pregnancy services by three infertile couples since March 15.

“We have been well-prepared to provide the surrogacy service to these couples,” Hung said.

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Dr. Rita Bakshi organizes ICFRS at AIIMS New Delhi

Dr. Rita Bakshi organizes ICFRS at AIIMS

With her incredible attempt at the fertility treatment, Dr. Rita Bakshi is known well to leave nothing to help one treat his/her infertility disorder. On 23rd to 25th May 2014 at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in cooperation with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, AIIMS, New Delhi, India, she through ICRFS means to invite National & International Healthcare Fraternity working in the field of Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART) for the upcoming “International conference on Reproduction, fertility and surrogacy”.

Known as a state-of-art conference, ICRFS-2014 gives platform to National / International renowned experts including various Doctors, Lawyers, Counselors, Diagnostic experts, surrogate parents, surrogates, and Surrogate children. As this is believed to make you sure to much of the information, knowledge & skill with the goal of providing cost effective, Safe & affordable Assisted Reproduction Technology Services, this intends well to encourage and show the benefits of quickly changing Concept & practices in the field of Reproduction, Fertility and Surrogacy.

Not only does the conference concentrate on the promotion of Research in the fields of ART, but also this gives confidence to the high standards of research, and the clinical practice in use of most appropriate methods in the modern medical science. Also there are precise discussions over the countries in this conference that have taken different legislative approaches to commercial surrogacy arrangements, which cooperated with a lack of global regulation, forms a number of legal problems.

Also it is discussed in the conference that several countries, including France, Italy, Germany, China and Japan disallow to the surrogacy arrangements, even if no commercial element is present in the agreement. In only a few countries such as India, Russia and a few of American states (notable California and Florida) have consequently become destinations for the couples seeking a child via surrogacy. In total, the attempt from Dr. Rita Bakshi is fully meant to bring up importance of surrogacy benefits. Also, she expects a large number of participants not only from India but also from neighboring countries to encourage meaning of this conference.

Australians flock to India to find surrogate mothers

A sharp rise in Australian children born in India shows laws criminalizing commercial surrogacy are doing nothing to stop parents going overseas to find birth mothers for their children, surrogacy advocates say.
The number of citizenship requests for children born in India has increased by more than 300 per cent over the past five years, documents obtained under freedom of information show.
Surrogacy Australia founder Sam Everingham said Australians were fast becoming the highest per capita users of compensated, or commercial, surrogacy, despite laws in NSW and other states criminalizing it, even if it occurs overseas.
”Australia, funnily enough, has become one of the largest surrogacy MARKETS internationally because of the perfect storm created by the lack of access to international adoption, women leaving childbirth later on, and the fact we are a wealthy country and women can afford it,” he said.
He estimated that about 500 couples across Australia were engaging in compensated surrogacy overseas each year.
Compensated surrogacy is illegal in Victoria, but it is not illegal if the couple do it overseas.
Nationally, the Family Law Council is reviewing how to best to DEAL with the legal issues posed by increasing use of surrogacy, with a report due in December.

University of Technology Sydney professor Jenni Millbank said figures she obtained from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship showed there were 519 applications for citizenship for children lodged in India in the 2011-12 FINANCIAL year.

This compared with only 126 in the 2007-08 FINANCIAL year.

She said it had ”never been easier” to pay for surrogacy overseas, but its legal status meant many IVF doctors were refusing to give any advice to couples considering it.

”Patients are going in blind, with no information from their doctors about how many embryos to transfer and the risks of those sorts of things,” she said.

”People don’t want to go to a poor country and behave harmfully, but they work with the information they have.”

She said her discussions with Indian fertility providers indicated some had multiple PREGNANCY rates of between 25 and 40 per cent, due to the common practice of transferring multiple embryos.

Multiple transfers can put the mother and babies at risk, and in Australia IVF clinics have cracked down on the practice and have a multiple birth rate of only 8 per cent.
Professor Millbank said the steep rises in Australian children born in countries such as India indicated more children were being born through compensated surrogacy, although the figures also include children who were not born through surrogacy but need to apply for citizenship overseas.
The rise is also evident in other countries commonly used for surrogacy, with Thailand increasing 54 per cent, from 297 to 459 applications, and Ukraine 122 per cent, from nine children to 20.
In a recent presentation at the Fertility Society of Australia conference, Professor Millbank argued that Australia should create an ethical framework for compensated surrogacy.
”That doesn’t mean a profit-driven system, or an incentive system, but one that doesn’t make it so hard to do it if people want to do it,” she said.

 ”Parents say the idea that they would ask someone to do that for free is abhorrent.”