According to Article 141 of the Georgian Health Care Act: Allows donor sperm to be used for fertilization if: a) The male donor is fertile, and does not show a risk of hereditary disease. An available recipient woman can use the donor’s sperm with written approval from a physician. Once a child is born, a childless parent or single woman is considered a legal parent with a child. The male donor has no legal right to be recognized as the Father of the child whom he was the donor. b) The fertility operation can only be carried out in a clinic with a corresponding permit and by a licensed Professional. Article 143 provides: In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) for the treatment of infertility, or to prevent the spread of a hereditary disease by either partner, can be fertilized by using the donor's germ cells or embryos with the written approval of the couple. c) If the embryo is transplanted into the uterus of another female “surrogate mother”, it must be approved in writing by the couple. d) Once a child is born, the couple is considered to be the child's parents and have full responsibility and authority. Donors or “surrogate mothers” are not entitled to be recognized as parents of the child. Article 144 states: Artificial insemination can be carried out using male and female germ cells or embryos preserved by cryopreservation. The operating time is determined by the established procedure according to the wishes of the couple.
Georgia is a prime destination for the practices of artificial insemination. The boom in this industry is due to the availability of information and transparency about the procedures. Since the general process of assisted pregnancy is not complicated and can be completed and approved, Georgian assisted reproduction is on the rise. Secondly, the success rate of Georgian assisted pregnancy is very high, and all adopt three generations of test-tube babies, which is also a big advantage. The most important thing is that the price is the most favorable among these legal surrogate countries, allowing you to save money with the relative simplicity of the procedures.
The whole process can be roughly divided into three stages: The first stage is to conduct a medical examination in China, especially for women who intend to “self-infest”. Many Doctors need to conduct several examinations, and our doctors customize the medical plan according to our patients’ own medical needs. In the second phase, parents intend to go to Georgia to complete the necessary legal procedures and take sperm/oval at the clinic. If you choose to donate eggs, our staff will assist you in selecting anonymous donors to complete the embryo culture (ie IVF process). In the third stage, the surrogate mother is selected and identified for embryo transfer (either fresh embryo transfer or frozen embryo transfer) and the surrogate mother is confirmed. Then you simply wait the trimesters (9 months) for the baby to be born. Throughout the process, our specialists will provide professional advice and assistance from our staff throughout the process.
Women's age, chromosomes, sperm and egg quality, intrauterine environment, excellent embryo rate, mental state, physical status before transplantation, and medical technology all have an impact on this.
The medical institutions we work with use the third generation of IVF technology (PGS/PGD). In addition to the diagnosis of more than 100 common genetic diseases, they can also confirm the gender of a fetus. The use of gene chip technology allows doctors to comprehensively screen 23 pairs of embryos (46 chromosomes) to pick up embryos with normal chromosome number and structure. Using this test, they can improve the patient's clinical pregnancy rate, reduce the risk of early abortion, and reduce birth defects.
In Georgia, you can legally choose to be a Mother. After the contract takes effect, we will arrange access to the database and select the donor and surrogate mother online. After selecting a few candidates, our Georgian staff will confirm that their schedule matches, and then the candidate can be locked
The entire process from birth to baby birth usually takes 1-2 years (about 12-24 months).
The baby can receive the birth certificate issued by the local Ministry of Health within 3 days after birth, and then the parents can apply for a passport or travel permit for the child at the Chinese Embassy in Georgia. After the issuance of the Embassy, they can return to China. The cycle is usually around 1 month, and the child can also better protect the health of infants and toddlers by flying after the full moon.
We can pay by bank transfer without a one-time payment. Our company collects fees in stages, and the specific payment time for each stage is ultimately up to you.