Surrogacy in Greece
GREECE since 2014 allows the approval of surrogacy programs for foreign citizens who have a residence permission in this country or conclude an agreement with a surrogate mother who has a residence permit. Cheers are only available to married couples or single women. Under the laws of Greece, surrogacy can only be altruistic in nature, which will not allow you to legally pay money to a surrogate mother. In addition, the country requires a judicial decision before starting the surrogacy process, which will not be valid if the surrogate mother is replaced. Greece also sets an age limit for intentional mothers, specifying a maximum age of 50 years. It is important that the country's medical institutions do not offer closed programs, that is, you will have to pay separately for each embryo transfer attempt. The above facts indicate that Greece as a surrogacy destination is significantly inferior in all respects to other alternative countries.