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The Process

At Worldwide, we strive to make the surrogacy process as streamlined as possible. Our simple, 7-step process is designed to ensure that you have all of the information you need for each stage of your journey.

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Pre-Screen Application

Surrogates are required to submit a pre-screen application which will either pre-qualify or disqualify them as potential surrogates.

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Documentation Submitted

The surrogate will be required to submit documentation, including recent photos of herself and her home, insurance cards, and a valid driver’s license.

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Medical Approval

Surrogates will need to submit their medical history and pregnancy medical records for review by a reproductive endocrinologist.

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Sign Contracts

A surrogacy contract will be drafted and signed by both parties to officially begin the surrogacy journey.

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Surrogacy Application

Surrogates will fill out an initial surrogacy application consisting of approximately fifty questions about their background, pregnancy history, obstetrical/gynecological information, and spousal information.

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Psychological Evaluation & Background Check

We will conduct a psychological evaluation consisting of a PAI personality test to ensure that the surrogate is prepared to handle the pregnancy. In addition, the surrogate and her spouse/live-in partner (if applicable) will undergo a background check to ensure that they have no prior convictions that could negatively impact the surrogacy process.

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Matching Process

We will propose a match based on the criteria the surrogate and the intended parents provide, and a phone call will be arranged for the surrogate to connect with the proposed intended parents. If both parties would like to continue working together after the call, they will move on to the contract phase of the process.

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Pre-Screen Application

Surrogates are required to submit a pre-screen application which will either pre-qualify or disqualify them as potential surrogates.

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Surrogacy Application

Surrogates will fill out an initial surrogacy application consisting of approximately fifty questions about their background, pregnancy history, obstetrical/gynecological information, and spousal information.

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Documentation Submitted

The surrogate will be required to submit documentation, including recent photos of herself and her home, insurance cards, and a valid driver’s license.

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Psychological Evaluation & Background Check

We will conduct a psychological evaluation consisting of a PAI personality test to ensure that the surrogate is prepared to handle the pregnancy. In addition, the surrogate and her spouse/live-in partner (if applicable) will undergo a background check to ensure that they have no prior convictions that could negatively impact the surrogacy process.

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Medical Approval

Surrogates will need to submit their medical history and pregnancy medical records for review by a reproductive endocrinologist.

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Matching Process

We will propose a match based on the criteria the surrogate and the intended parents provide, and a phone call will be arranged for the surrogate to connect with the proposed intended parents. If both parties would like to continue working together after the call, they will move on to the contract phase of the process.

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Sign Contracts

A surrogacy contract will be drafted and signed by both partiesto officially begin the surrogacy journey.