Surrogacy in Colorado

Surrogacy in Colorado

With an active surrogate community, a central location, and favorable surrogacy law, Colorado is a great place to become a surrogate.

A Great Place for Surrogacy

Colorado has always been a great place for surrogates and intended parents. Prospective surrogates will find a thriving community of surrogates who are eager to meet each other and share their experiences. Circle Surrogacy has worked with surrogates from Colorado for decades and, in the past, we've organized local meetups for women in the Colorado area. The state's location between the coasts also makes travel relatively easy to IVF clinics across the country. 

Simple Legal Procedures

In general, surrogacy in Colorado doesn't require surrogate to appear in court. The legal procedures surrounding surrogacy in Colorado are simple and quick -- in most cases, Colorado surrogates can sign a voluntary acknowledgment at the hospital. Pre-birth and post-birth orders are possible. Your attorneys will handle all required paperwork.

Benefits for Surrogates Mothers

The first payment is the $500 Expedited Screening Bonus. You are eligible to receive $500 if we receive all required paperwork (including previous Prenatal and Delivery records), medical pre-approval AND you and your primary support person complete your Social Work Screening within 3 weeks of submitting your application. In order to receive this bonus, you must match with intended parents in our program. Of note, this amount is deducted from your base fee, but will be deposited shortly after matching, prior to receiving any other surrogacy payments. Then you receive a $500 advance after you complete your medical screening. Please note, these two payments are deducted from your base fee.

  • Gain an incredible sense of self-fulfillment from giving the greatest gift humanly possible to another family
  • Compensation based on Colorado residence
  • Gain an incredible sense of self-fulfillment from giving the greatest gift humanly possible to another family
  • Build a life-long relationship with forever grateful intended parents
  • Work with a personal program coordination team and licensed social worker
  • Consult with your legal representation to guide you through the legal process

 

How to Become a Colorado Surrogate

In order to qualify to become a Colorado surrogate mother, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Are between the ages of 21-41 years of age.
  • Have given birth to a healthy child within the past 10years (If most recent pregnancy was not within the past 7years, the OBGYN and delivery medical records will need to be made available for review).
  • Have had healthy births since any miscarriage.
  • Do not participate in certain government aid programs including section 8 housing. 
  • Have a Body Mass Index (BMI) no higher than 32 (some clinics allow up to 33).
  • Have the support of family and friends.
  • Do not use illegal drugs, smoke cigarettes, or abuse alcohol.
  • Generally have medical insurance (though this is not a requirement).
  • Women with IUDs or who have had the Depo Provera shot are welcome to apply but must be willing to have their IUDs removed before a transfer, and should understand that they may be placed on hold temporarily.  


If you have any questions about becoming a surrogate in Colorado, or about the surrogacy process in general, please don't hesitate to contact us!


Family and reproductive law is continually developing and changing. As such, there is no guarantee the information on this website is current or correct. Circle’s in-house legal team and referring attorneys provided the information listed, and it is not intended to be a substitute for an attorney’s legal counsel. In any individual case, you should always confer with an attorney who specializes in this area of law and is licensed to practice in the particular state at hand.

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