Surrogacy for Same Sex & Single Intended Parents

We have been helping Intended Parents to turn their dreams of parenthood into a reality via surrogacy for over 12 years. We are committed to help all our Intended Parents to have a baby via our surrogacy program in Colombia regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, or marital status.

Colombia is a great destination for surrogacy, because of its excellent medical care system, affordable prices, and the fact that surrogacy in Colombia is open to everyone.

The National Constitution of Colombia states in article 42-6: “Children born in or out of wedlock, adopted and procreated naturally or with scientific assistance, have the same rights and duties. The law will regulate responsible offspring.” The legal precedent for including surrogacy proceedings was defined by Supreme Court Ruling and its Constitutional Court T 968 of 2009 which states: “In the Colombian legal system there is no express prohibition for the realization of such agreements or agreements.

However, with regard to assisted reproduction techniques, within which the surrogate or surrogate mother is located, the doctrine has considered that they are legally legitimized, in accordance with article 42-6 of the Constitution, which states that “… children born in or out of marriage, adopted or procreated naturally or with scientific assistance, has the same rights and duties …”.

Important regulations Colombia’s constitution does not allow discrimination, so all singles, heterosexual couples and same-sex couples can participate in the surrogacy process as long as there is a genetic link with the baby. This was recognized by the Colombian Constitutional Court in a landmark decision in 2015 that ruled that excluding same-sex parents as potential adopters was a limitation of the right of children to have a family and not be separated from it.

Equal rights also extend to foreigners in Article 100 of the Constitution which grants foreigners in Colombia the same civil rights and guarantees as those granted to citizens, so this includes international surrogacy. Therefore, after getting aboard with Columbia surrogacy clinics, all Intended Parents must provide a recent criminal record check.

After birth, there is a process to recognize the biological parent whose DNA contributed to conception on the birth certificate as a parent, but there is no prenatal ordering process.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Bogota and helping you to fulfil your dreams of parenthood.