We are thrilled to see the government’s announcement in Parliament yesterday that it will remove the bar on HIV+ intended parents conceiving through UK surrogacy, which follows a five year campaign brilliantly led by the National AIDS Trust, something we at NGA Law and Brilliant Beginnings have been proud to support.
Our education seminar will share our real experience of surrogacy in the UK, USA, Ukraine, Canada, Greece, Cyprus, Mexico and more
Kelly has written a comment piece in this week’s Bionews about the changing landscape of international surrogacy as a result of the war in Ukraine, the announcement that surrogacy is to be prohibited in Georgia, and the recent scandal involving a clinic in Greece. ...
Our sibling organisation, Brilliant Beginnings, is hosting a US surrogacy event, featuring speakers from Brilliant Beginnings, NGA Law and US experts from San Diego Fertility Center and Family Source Consulting.
NGA Law has been notified that emergency travel documents will no longer be issued routinely for British surrogate babies born in Ukraine. We understand that the Foreign Office and HM Passport Office have made a joint decision to withdraw the emergency scheme - put in...
Natalie was delighted to attend an important international conference on surrogacy that took place in Copenhagen in June 2023.
We look at the announcement that the country of Georgia is implementing surrogacy ban for foreigners from 1 January 2024.
The Law Commission has published their final recommendations for UK surrogacy law reform. Here are the key findings and our response.
Natalie addressed the national Fertility Nurses’ Congress held in Solihull in May 2023 on what the Law Commissions’ final recommendations on surrogacy law will mean for fertility nurses.
Natalie and Helen discuss how The Law Commissions proposals for UK surrogacy law reform are a positive step forward in some aspects, but overall represent a missed opportunity to make real change and achieve the modernisation the UK needs