Crossing borders for surrogacy: the problems for families and policymakers – Article published in Bionews

Natalie has written a comment piece for this week’s Bionews about international surrogacy and the legal complexities that arise from legal mismatches in the country of birth and the UK.  Many intended parents accessing surrogacy services overseas just don’t realise that they will not automatically be recognised as their child’s legal parents in the UK and may face difficulties crossing borders after the birth.

Read the article in full here. 


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