Are you looking for surrogate mother information or wondering, “How do I become a surrogate?” If you are between the ages of 21 and 38, financially stable, a U.S. citizen, and the mother of at least one child, you may qualify to become a surrogate carrier. (Other requirements include living in a stable environment and not smoking or using drugs. Visit our Requirements page for the full list of qualifications.) The surrogate parenting process requires a full commitment. It involves a number of steps, such as a medical records review, background check and psychological screening. Surrogacy is complex, but it can benefit you and your loved ones financially while helping another person or couple start a family.
Why would someone want to become a surrogate mother? The answer is different for everyone. Surrogacy is an extremely rewarding experience; a chance to bring some joy to the lives of others by giving them something they would otherwise be unable to obtain. Being a surrogate mother means taking on a huge responsibility, but your hard work and dedication will be rewarded by lifelong gratitude and the knowledge that you did something incredible to help someone else. There is no experience that can compare to seeing