Please note that a due to a recent regulation by the government of India only married couples from abroad can now apply for surrogacy in India. Unmarried Indian citizens and singles can still apply.
Also, you will need to visit India for surrogacy on a medical visa only. To apply for a medical visa, send us your details here and we will send you an invitation letter to apply for medical visa at the Indian embassy.
In 2008, the Supreme Court of India has held that commercial surrogacy is permitted in India. That has again increased the confidence of intended parents in going in for surrogacy in India.
Law on surrogacy in India
Surrogacy in India is unregulated as they yet don’t have legislation controlling surrogacy. Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has set “national guidelines” to regulate surrogacy, these are simply guidelines.It was in baby Manji’s case in 2002 that Supreme Court of India held that commercial surrogacy was legal in India.