Do I Qualify To Be A Surrogate?

Surrogate Program Requirements

Please review the following minimum qualifications to become a Surrogate Mother in our program.
Do I Qualify To Be A Surrogate? 1

  • Be between the ages of 21 and 42
  • Have given birth to at least one child
  • Have had uncomplicated pregnancies and deliveries
  • Have a healthy BMI of 18-34 (BMI Calculator)
  • Be in a stable living situation
  • Have the support of spouse or partner (when applicable)
  • Not be on public assistance
  • Be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States
  • Be able to pass a background check
  • Be willing to take medications via injection
  • Not smoke or take illegal drugs, or be exposed to second hand smoke
  • Be willing to refrain from alcohol throughout the pregnancy
  • Not have any sexually transmitted diseases
  • Enjoy pregnancy

If the above requirements are met, please complete and submit the Initial Application below for our surrogacy program.

Fill this out and learn a little something along the way.We will also keep you on our mailing list to learn where we will be, what we are doing and hear some really heartwarming stories. Just fill out the form below and we will contact you to let you know if you qualify, and you will be on our mailing list.


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At Surro Connections our number one priority is the safety and health of our Gestational Carriers and Intended Parents.

With the recent news and ever-changing recommendations by the Center of Disease Control we are taking our role in continuing that priority very seriously. Because of the COVID-19 activity, our agency is making case-by-case decisions and taking very serious precautions to ensure the continued health and safety of our clients.

Due to the recent travel restrictions, we are ensuring that every Gestational Carrier who is due soon, and whose intended parents are unable to fly in for the birth, have extra support. Anyone with an upcoming delivery date will have a plan of action that includes on-call support to help should baby arrive before Parents. We are asking our Gestational Carriers to take extra precautions and to follow the CDC guidelines for their own health and safety.

Our team will continue to work around the clock providing extra support and updates as news develops.