Surrogacy by State
If you’re interested in becoming a surrogate or a parent through surrogacy, the state laws where the surrogate resides will have an impact on the surrogacy journey.
Are Surrogates Legal in Every State?
Most states are surrogacy-friendly, with the exception of three states where compensated surrogacy is not considered legal: Michigan, Nebraska, and Louisiana. Due to these laws, we cannot work with surrogates who reside in these states.
Are There Limitations for Intended Parents?
The state of residence is not a concern for intended parents. Circle Surrogacy works with surrogates from all over the country so even if your state of residence is among one of the three which disallows payment for surrogates, our team can match you with a qualified surrogate in another state.”
See if you reside in a surrogacy-friendly state, and what the requirements are for becoming a surrogate where you live.
Click a state to see how to find a surrogate from a specific state, and what the surrogacy process and laws are in your state.