top of page


Favorable legislation:

As one of the few countries that allows international surrogacy, Georgia is an ideal location for couples from around the world looking to fulfill their dreams of becoming parents. Georgian law does not allow surrogate mothers to keep the baby after birth, and only the names of the commissioned parents are written on the baby's birth certificate. This allows expectant parents to obtain a birth certificate in their name in just one day, offering peace of mind to many couples. Surrogates are also required to comply with all medical laws, maintain excellent health, and have had at least one child before participating in a surrogacy program.

Security advantages: 

Georgia was the seventh country in the 2016 crime rate statistics chart, below only Qatar, Singapore, Taiwan, Austria, United Arab Emirates and Hong Kong. That makes it one of the 7 safest countries of the 125 in the world, according to the crime index. 


Reasonable costs:

The cost of surrogacy in Georgia is relatively low compared to other countries such as the United States or Canada. Additionally, pricing is transparent and contracts are clear and detailed, ensuring there will be no hidden costs or financial surprises.

Quick and easy process:

The surrogacy process in Georgia is quick and simple. The formalities and procedures are simple and fast, and the entire surrogacy process can be completed in a few months.

Medical quality:

Medical quality in Georgia is of a high level, and the clinics and hospitals where surrogacy is carried out are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and highly trained staff.

Confidentiality and privacy:

Georgia is a country where the privacy and confidentiality of the biological parents and the surrogate mother are respected. Surrogacy contracts are confidential and kept secret.

bottom of page