Join as an Intended Parent
Criteria for Intended Parents
Unable to Sustain a Pregnancy Personally
Intended mothers must provide evidence that they are unable to carry a pregnancy themselves by way of a letter from their GP. Additional supporting documents from a fertility clinic may be requested.
If applying as a couple, intended parents must be in a long term relationship or married. Sole, individual parents are now eligible to apply to SurrogacyUK and apply for the parental order.
One intended parent must be genetically related to any baby born through surrogacy, so they must be able to use their own embryos, or only use donor sperm OR donor eggs. Double donation is not allowed.
Intended parents must be domiciled in the UK and, if in a couple, be living together.
If you are not resident in the UK you must be able to prove your domicile status and how you can support your surrogate throughout the pregnancy.
How to become a intended parent with Surrogacy UK:
Complete and submit the application form below to join SurrogacyUK and pay your administration fee of of £400.
Your administration fee covers all administration costs of joining, plus costs of a mandatory information afternoon and an individual membership advisory session, and allows you to access all of our resources for applicants, such as our social events.
If your application is accepted in principle you will be placed on our rolling waiting list to become a full member, which will take a few months, at which point you will be required to pay a membership fee of £1,200.
After receiving your application the IP Applications Team will send you a list of documents that are needed to process your application.
Whilst you are on the waiting list ensure that your associated paperwork is completed and sent to the IP Applications Team on firstname.lastname@example.org
You will need to request a Health & Wellness report for each applicant from your GP.
Attend a mandatory online information afternoon where you will learn all about UK surrogacy, SurrogacyUK and how it works, plus ask any questions to our panel of surrogates, intended parents, completed families and professionals.
Become involved with the organisation – join in with socials, participate on the Facebook group, ask questions and build connections.
Have a Membership Advisory session with SurrogacyUK.
This session is the last step of your application for membership. At this session we will ask questions to find out more about you, what you are looking for, what support you require and how SurrogacyUK can help you individually.