Why the US is the Best Country for Third-Party Reproduction

Every year, people from all over the world come to the United States to pursue third-party reproductive care. Why is this phenomenon so widespread, and more specifically, is the US the best country for third-party reproduction? In this blog post, we’ll explore why the US is the country of choice for egg donation and surrogacy across the globe.

Favorable Surrogacy and Egg Donation Laws

Surrogacy and egg donation laws in the US are among the best in the world, making it an ideal destination for international intended parents looking for surrogates or egg donors. Plus, unlike many other countries, the United States has many expert attorneys experienced in the laws governing surrogacy and egg donation.

The laws that govern third-party reproduction practices such as surrogacy and egg donation are generally well-established and transparent in most states. Legal procedures and donor and surrogacy contracts are established to protect the rights and responsibilities of intended parents, surrogates, and egg donors. 

The US also has very stringent privacy laws to safeguard the confidentiality of all parties involved in third-party reproduction; many people who travel from abroad for fertility treatments appreciate the level of privacy protection offered by healthcare systems in the United States. 

Compensated Surrogacy & Egg Donation

In several Western countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom, it’s illegal to compensate surrogates and egg donors for their services other than reimbursement for expenses incurred. In the United States, there are no federal mandates governing the amount of compensation that can be paid to surrogates and egg donors for their time, inconvenience, and physical energy.

While surrogates and egg donors are often motivated by factors larger than money, compensation is an important and attractive component of third-party reproduction – it represents the recognition of the surrogate or egg donor’s commitment to helping others become parents. As such, the United States, with its flexible compensation policies, typically has a larger pool of candidates available for surrogacy or egg donation.

A Diverse Range of Donor and Surrogate Options 

The US is home to individuals from nearly every cultural, ethnic, and racial background, providing one of the most diverse selections of egg donors and surrogates in the world. This diversity in available donors and surrogates allows intended parents to find ideal candidates that match their preferences and needs. 

Access to High-quality Healthcare

The US has long been at the forefront of technological advancements in reproductive medicine. Individuals and couples seeking the most effective, advanced third-party reproduction procedures are confident in having access to cutting-edge technologies and treatments available in the US.

Medical professionals with extensive experience in assisted reproductive technologies are available, as well as a large number of fertility clinics in the United States. Third-party reproduction service providers with a high level of expertise can help individuals feel confident and secure about the services they are receiving.

Accessible LGBTQ+ Family-Building

There is generally a high level of cultural acceptance of assisted reproductive technologies in the US, including surrogacy and egg donation for LGBTQ+ family-building, which enables individuals and couples to pursue third-party reproduction in a supportive environment.

Fertility Source Companies’ Commitment

Fertility Source Companies welcomes intended parents worldwide. We are committed to providing our international intended parents with the most comprehensive third-party reproduction services. Not only do we offer a large database of highly qualified egg donors and surrogates, but international individuals and couples will receive ongoing support from our knowledgeable case managers, helping you navigate each step of the process, including how to find a successful fertility clinic in the US, if you haven’t selected a clinic. 
If you have questions about the third-party reproduction process for international intended parents, contact us today at Fertility Source Companies.