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Georgia advantages

Geography

Georgia is located in a region known as the Caucasus at the crossroads of Europe and Asia.The capital and largest city of the country is Tbilisi. Georgia is a member of the United Nations and the Council of Europe, amongst other international organizations. Georgia shares borders with Russia (to the North), Azerbaijan (to the South-East), Armenia (to the South) and Turkey (to the south-west). 

 

The Republic of Georgia is one of the few countries located in Europe where surrogacy is legal. Particularly, the law that regulates this third-party assisted reproduction treatment came into force in 1997.

Climate

Georgia’s climate is diverse; although, it is warm and pleasant throughout most of the country. The Greater Caucasus Mountains influence the climate of Georgia by keeping cold northern winds away. The Lesser Caucasus Mountains partially protect the country form dry and hot air masses from the South. Winters are short and rather mild. Spring and Autumn are the wettest seasons, Winter and Summer – the driest. The average temperature in summer is between 20-24 degrees Celsius, in winter 2-4. Humidity is lower.

 

 Georgia is a remarkable tourist location. The country hosts more than 6 million tourists every year, who come to experience its world-famous food, hospitality and marvelous landmarks. Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, has a western European feel where parents-to-be can enjoy the wide variety of bars and restaurants the city has to offer, all with fantastic customer service. This makes it a pleasant place to stay for our successful parents while they wait for their baby’s passport from their Embassy.

Surrogacy in Georgia

For couples having problems with conceiving children and looking for modern infertility treatments at reasonable costs, Georgia is a great option. However, because of its proximity to and easy accessibility from other European and Middle Eastern countries, Georgia is an easy-to-travel medical tourism destination. Georgia is a potential destination for intended parents who are considering having a baby via surrogacy abroad, as surrogacy is legal since 1997.
To date, intended parents who pursue surrogacy in Georgia usually come from a Israel, Sweden, United States, United Kingdom, China, Germany, Austria, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, Malaysia, Egypt, Canada, Italy, Belgium, Iran, Ireland, Russia, Greece and Turkey for reasons related to too strict regulations and/or elevated costs also, one of the main reasons can be that in Georgia there is no waiting list, once you signed the contract, you will start procedure same day.

 

 Georgia is a remarkable tourist location. The country hosts more than 6 million tourists every year, who come to experience its world-famous food, hospitality and marvelous landmarks. Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, has a western European feel where parents-to-be can enjoy the wide variety of bars and restaurants the city has to offer, all with fantastic customer service. This makes it a pleasant place to stay for our successful parents while they wait for their baby’s passport from their Embassy.

Legal Advantages

As one of the few countries that allows for international surrogacy, Georgia is an ideal location for coupes throughout the world to pursue their dreams of parenthood. Georgian legislation does not allow gestational surrogate mothers to keep the baby following delivery and only the names of the commissioning parents are written on the baby’s birth certificate. This allows the parentsto-be to obtain the birth certificate in their name in just a day and offers peace of mind for many couples. Surrogate mothers are also required to comply with all medical laws, maintain excellent health and have at least one child prior to participating in a surrogacy program.  

Surrogacy law

The Georgian law gives the right to have a baby through surrogacy. As our medical and governmental law is maximally customized and very flexible for foreigners , the laws support surrogacy and donation and the rights of as parents as children also. In our country according to our law the surrogate has no right to the child, all rights are supporting the biological parents. 

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    Georgia Legislation Related to IVF Procedures

    According to the Georgian law in case of the child born by a surrogate mother the couple and not the surrogate mother will be registered as the parents of the child. Even in case an embryo obtained from an egg or spermatozoon which was obtained not from the infertile couple but from a donor is transferred into the uterus of the surrogate mother, the couple will be deemed as the legal parents of the child. 

     

    The birth certificate will be issued immediately after the child birth, within 1 day. The couple will be registered as the parents in the birth certificate Thus a birth certificate of the child born by a surrogate mother does not differ from the birth certificate of any other children. Consent of the surrogate mother is not required for registration of the infertile couple as parents.