Argentina is one of the few countries where there’s express legislation on how to register a new-born by surrogacy. Argentina is also a country of Latin America that has a great development of the fertility sector. Buenos Aires has some of the best fertility clinics in Latin America, and is also a safe and prosperous city. It has a tolerant environment for people of any sexual, religious or ethnic minority and offers a huge variety of cultural activities for parents at their first visit to the country.
Legal aspects about the program:
It is possible to carry out the program for the LGBT community, married or not heterosexual couples, and singles.
Argentine laws allow the signing of a Surrogacy Agreement. There’s a provision of 2017 which specifies that a child born by surrogacy can be registered under the name of the intended parents, this means that the names of the parents will be indicated at the new-born certificate after the delivery process, which lasts 20-30 days.
Within the framework of the proposed programs, every fertility treatment will be performed in Argentina, including ovule donations, IVF, embryo transfer, birthing, etc.