5 Jun, 2020
A new reported surrogacy case (Re X (2020)) in which NGA Law represented the parents has, in tragic circumstances, highlighted once again the inadequacy of UK surrogacy law. A straightforward UK surrogacy case became complicated when the intended father died unexpectedly The case involved an unexpected tragedy in the midst of what should have been a straightforward UK surrogacy arrangement. The intended parents (Mr and Mrs Y) had entered into a written UK surrogacy agreement wit...
15 Apr, 2020
On 20 March 2020 the US Passport Office closed its doors to in-person passport applications meaning that a number of our parents with newborn surrogate babies (who usually rely on the US passport to travel back to the UK) were stranded. At the same time travel restrictions globally started escalating, with parents of newborn surrogacy babies stuck in Ukraine and Georgia. With the emerging advice from the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) that Brits should get home...
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Family planning: how Covid-19 has placed huge strains on all stages of surrogacy
- The Guardian, 14 June 2020
Surrogacy Is Complicated—Then Add a Global Pandemic
- Marie Claire, 17 May 2020
Parents are hiring jets to see their surrogate children for the first time
- Wired, 13 May 2020
'Our baby was born to a surrogate abroad but coronavirus means we're stranded and can't bring her home'
- The Telegraph, 28 March 2020