Thursday, 2 June 2011

Working within the UK requirements for Intended parents

Having completed a core component of my training in IVF in the United Kingdom, not only am i privileged in having the experience of having working with colleagues’ and clients in the UK, but these colleagues were one of my first referral points for International clients undertaking surrogacy in Delhi.

As such, SCI Healthcare has gained considerable experience over the last 2 years with working within the requirements as designated by the British Government.

We have a surplus of “single” surrogates (i.e. widowed or divorced women who have had trouble free pregnancies). We have no need to recruit or advertise, so there is no wait time for surrogates.

We are knowledgeable on all the documentation required by the British High Commission in Delhi and are keeping up to date with new requirements as they happen, such as Birth Certificate for the surrogate's children etc. and are able to provide these necessary documents at the appropriate time

Our most recent success has been meeting the exacting requirements of the EU to transfer human tissue samples out of the UK to Delhi.

Our Client Relationship Manager and Surrogate Co-ordinator are experienced in supporting our surrogates through the interview process required by the British Government. The process of going home with your baby is bureaucratic and can take up to 12 weeks, but IP’s are not left alone.

Most importantly, when you apply for your parenting order back home in the UK, our surrogate co-ordinators are there to assist with making sure that appropriate documentation is signed and posted promptly back to you.

If you believe that we can help you achieve your dream of having a family, please contact us. We can also put you in touch with one of our many UK clients who can talk of their experience.

** We would encourage all British nationals to have independent legal advice to assist with bureaucratic process and get the latest requirements directly from the High Commission**

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