Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Timmy
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Postby Timmy » Thu Dec 14, 2017 6:39 pm

So Paul, according to the law it is right, your child will be a citizen of the country you referred. Apart from it.. What can be better of being a father. There are many centres where you can achieve the success and it is not important to move far away .. For example I also don't have such a great opportunity to become a father... And we referred to this one good agency, after various consultations. http://panaxcenter.com/ this surrogate centre can help you to make your dream come true, if your dreams concerning having children.
Ernest
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Postby Ernest » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:53 pm

You know this theme is very interesting for me and i think that it is really possible but to my mind it is better to talk to the lawyer and to know it for sure. i know a lot of couples who move to the other countries because they want to have the child and i it is not allowed to have the child through the surrogacy in their one. if it is allowed to make your baby the citizenship of the country where he is born then it would be great and you would have no problems with it.
but if not then you have to think about another option.
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Postby Diego » Tue Jan 09, 2018 6:07 pm

if the clinic will be in the Europe as well and the child will be born in Europe, then it is just great. We are still in the Shengen area, so there will be no troubles with travelling.
Good that Europe still does hold on in one piece.. Though after the Brexit I feel the first signs of the upcoming problems... So perhaps it is just the time right now to have the kid, to avoid any kind of problems that we hay experience ahead.. And possible problems with the citizenship too. I think that I will even be ready to become the citizen of other country for my kid
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Postby Max76 » Sun Jan 28, 2018 7:21 pm

Hi there best crowds ever. I know that all of visitors share their own experience in the program of surrogate motherhood.. And I also have had the certain one. I mentioned that I have never regretted these actions. It was strongly important for me because me and my husband dreamt of becoming fathers. Nowadays we really recognize that all our efforts were not worthless. Without any doubts. I am satisfied with this process and with the agency we tried as well. Everything was organized in a best way to make us sure that everything will be done on the best level.
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Postby Felix » Sun Feb 18, 2018 5:57 pm

I think that ninety percent of their clients are foreigners! So they do know how to handle such things... Andreas, I know that the agencies do have pretty iffy reputation - but if you decided to use the services of one of them - you need to have more trust in them.
I think that if you would not trust the agency, all the months of the program would become a nightmare for you.. You would be thinking what if all the time, would not you? So relax, dude - and take a deep breath.
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Postby Romario » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:18 am

Weeeell. I need to say that nowadays surrogacy motherhood is probably one of the most widespread way of being parents. I am going share with you the way I used. http://panaxcenter.com/ is one of the most popular agency and I think that there are many guys who used it. The agency will give you an opportunity to get a baby from the very newborn, and the payment is pretty reasonable for you to take part. They suggest a great list of candidates and you can choose the most suitable variant fo you
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Postby Duke » Sat Mar 03, 2018 7:26 pm

I think that you will need to discuss that question both with lawyer in the country where your kid will be carried and born, and with the lawyer in your own country.
There is no good legislation base about the change of the citizenship in case of adoption in many countries, not even speaking of the way all those laws stack with the rights and freedoms of gays. So this may be a complicated matter. But there are lot of successful stories about adoptions and the surrogacy programs for the gay couples. So I think if you are ready to put a lot of effort and money in this process, you may have high chances for success.
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Postby Tyler » Thu Mar 15, 2018 12:10 pm

I am ready to open really great secret for you, our little son was born in Ukraine. I can assure you that the service concerning surrogate motherhood there is pretty good. You will be able to pay not so much money as for the process but you will get actually good guarantee in the process. What to say here. My friends recommended us that agency in Ukraine and there was clinic which provided many things for us to do. But actually our process was ended successfully. I recommend you to try Ukraine motherhood
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

Postby Bart » Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:56 pm

There is a great variety of different surrogate centres and agencies. Firstly we didn't know what agency to choose but we were sure that it would be surrogate motherhood for sure. Apart from it we were recommended to try surrogacy in Europe. And we don't regret this opinion. because nowadays we are in the process and up to this day everything seems all right. And nowadays everything is okey. We hope that in future we will have the same situation and in some months dream will come true and we will be fathers
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Re: Surrogacy centres and the baby citizenship

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