Jersey City, New Jersey – Gestational Surrogacy

Water's edge by Jersey City in New Jersey

New Jersey Gestational Surrogates Welcome!

ConceiveAbilities is now accepting applications from ladies from the Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison as well as other areas in greater New Jersey. Please contact our Acceptance Team with any questions about the applicability of your location to become a surrogate mother.

Matching Matters at ConceiveAbilities

Unlike other surrogacy agencies that match using a simple wait list method, ConceiveAbilities takes the matching process very seriously. Utilizing our proprietary matching methodology, ConceiveAbilities set our surrogates and intended parents up for success by pairing them based on preferences, personalities, values and expectations; we do all we can to ensure that the journey is not only successful but also pleasant.

Over twenty years of experience, thousands of satisfied clients, and strong community of repeat surrogates are the greatest testaments to our success.

We invite you to take the first steps to joining our elite surrogacy community by filling out an application today. If you are in the early phases of your research, we would like to encourage you to bookmark us and come back when you are ready. We look forward to hearing from you and assisting you on this incredible journey.

For more information about becoming a New Jerseyan gestational surrogate with ConceiveAbilities, please contact our Acceptance Team. We will be pleased to answer any questions you have.

For Intended Parents

New Jersey Surrogacy Program Benefits

Our New Jersey surrogacy program offers many advantages for intended parents and surrogates. Attentive care, access to local resources and less travel time are just a few of the benefits. Intended parents can also reduce their surrogacy costs significantly by choosing a surrogate who will not need airfare and hotel expenses for visits to a local New Jersey fertility center.

Does the New Jersey Surrogacy Law Make Gestational Surrogacy Legal?

Yes! 2018’s New Jersey Gestational Carrier Act allows legal protection for surrogacy arrangements with gestational carriers.

For Surrogate Mothers

What Are the Requirements to Become a Surrogate Mother in New Jersey?

We admire any woman who desires to become a surrogate mother. But like any bold endeavor, there are some very important factors required to meet the surrogacy challenge. Requirements include:

  • Age between 21-39 years old
  • BMI between 18-34
  • Not underweight/under 100 pounds
  • No history of gastric bypass
  • Not currently on government financial support
  • Have given birth to and be raising at least one child
  • Must provide OB/GYN records and a clearance letter

Learn more about the surrogate requirements.

Why Become a Gestational Surrogate?

Gestational surrogacy is a calling. You may feel inspired by your own luck with fertility, or you may be interested in becoming a surrogate due to someone in your own life struggling with infertility. Whatever your reasoning, we applaud your intent to provide such an incredible gift to another family and we appreciate the opportunity to tell you a bit about ConceiveAbilities’ process for a surrogate mother.

Why Become a ConceiveAbilities Surrogate?

Since our establishment in 1996, ConceiveAbilities has helped build thousands of families through egg donation and surrogacy. We have surrogates in nearly every state, intended parents all around the globe, and will develop a solid relationship with your fertility specialist in NJ to ensure a smooth process. We are “proudly picky” and only work with surrogates who satisfy not only ASRM’s requirements to become a surrogate mother, but also fulfill our own additional qualifications of stability, health, wellness, support, and motivation.

Compensation for Jersey City Surrogate Mothers

Your time is valuable, and for your efforts, we offer competitive surrogate mother compensation for surrogates in New Jersey. When you become a surrogate mother, your compensation will include lost wages (if applicable), any medical co-pays, maternity clothing, travel (if applicable) and medications. All costs associated with your legal representation are paid for as well.Learn more about surrogate mother payment, compensation, and variable reimbursement.

The Step by Step Process of Becoming a Jersey City Surrogate

There are many steps to becoming a surrogate mother in our surrogate program – they may vary slightly based on location, physician, and needs of the surrogate mother and intended parents but below you’ll find a general framework of what to expect as a surrogate mother. And remember, we will be there walking you through each step to make becoming a surrogate mother as easy as possible.

Learn more about the surrogate mother process..

Get started with surrogacy in Jersey City, New Jersey

Whether you are an intended parent or a surrogate applicant, the process for getting started is easy, secure & confidential. Go ahead and take the first step with ConceiveAbilities.

Questions? Learn more about ConceiveAbilities.

For questions about our agency's surrogacy program or more information about becoming a surrogate mother, please contact ConceiveAbilities.

New York

By Appointment Only

54 W. 40th Street
New York, NY 10018

(929) 266-3644

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