If you want to become a surrogate mother, North Carolina is one of the best states to do it. The process isn’t legal everywhere, but North Carolina law allows both traditional and gestational surrogacy.
Become a Surrogate Mother in North Carolina
In addition to the physical process itself, surrogacy involves a lot of legal work – contracts that, in order to be worth anything, must be enforceable. They aren’t in every state, which means that even if the surrogacy procedure is legal, the whole process could be cancelled if one of the parties changed their mind or there was a disagreement.
However, in North Carolina surrogate mothers – alongside the intended parents – are protected by the full force of the law; North Carolina legislation supports these contracts, and the state’s courts have consistently upheld them.
Interested in becoming a surrogate mother in North Carolina? You may qualify if:
– you are between the ages of 21 and 39.
– you have had at least one (or more) easy pregnancies and deliveries.
– you must be a U. S. citizen or have a green card.
– you are physically healthy and height/weight appropriate per FDA guidelines (31 BMI or less).
– you are a non-smoker, and do not abuse drugs or alcohol.
-you must have never been convicted of a felony.
-you have reliable transportation and live in North Carolina.
If you meet all of the qualifications listed above, then we’d love to hear from you! The next step on your journey to become a surrogate mother is to fill out our easy online application. Once you’ve submitted your application, one of our friendly, knowledgeable case managers will be in touch to discuss it with you and answer any questions you may have, as well as tell you what the next steps in the journey will be.
To get more answers right away, please see our Surrogate Mothers FAQ. Thank you for your interest in becoming a surrogate mother with the Surrogacy Agency in North Carolina!