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Surrogacy agency in Nebraska

An Overview of Surrogacy in Nebraska

Due to Nebraska state laws, surrogacy contracts are deemed “illegal,” preventing Surrogacy4All from engaging with gestational surrogates from Nebraska. However, if you’re interested in pursuing surrogacy as an intended parent within the state, we can connect you with a gestational surrogate from neighboring states where surrogacy laws are more favorable. Surrogacy4All collaborates with surrogate mothers in 47 states across the US.

Surrogacy serves as a pathway to parenthood for a diverse range of couples and individuals, encompassing various backgrounds, ages, and sexual orientations. Each journey is unique.

Potential intended parents in Nebraska include:

  • Heterosexual couples facing infertility challenges
  • Intended mothers unable to carry a child
  • Intended parents concerned about passing on a genetic defect or health condition
  • LGBTQ+ intended parents seeking a genetic connection with their baby

This page offers valuable insights for those exploring surrogacy in Nebraska, detailing the state’s surrogacy process, pathways to parenthood, and associated costs.

Surrogacy in Nebraska for Intended Parents

Surrogacy and egg donation have been instrumental in assisting both straight and LGBTQ+ singles and couples in Nebraska to expand their families for many years. In Nebraska, intended parents can safely embark on their journey to parenthood.

Below, you’ll discover comprehensive information about surrogacy in Nebraska, covering the surrogacy process, associated costs, how to find a surrogate or egg donor, and more. Initially overwhelming, the process becomes more familiar as you delve into research and resources. A surrogacy journey involves numerous professionals and is a profoundly transformative experience.

We are prepared to assist intended parents from Omaha, Lincoln, Bellevue, Grand Island, Kearney, Fremont, Hastings, North Platte, Norfolk, Columbus and all other communities across Nebraska. Continue reading to explore the path to parenthood through surrogacy.

The Surrogacy Process in Nebraska

Embarking on a surrogacy journey involves navigating several crucial milestones that culminate in the delivery day. Understanding and preparing for each of these steps is essential for intended parents.

While pursuing surrogacy independently is an option, partnering with an agency like Surrogacy4All, with nearly 30 years of experience, can streamline the process. This partnership helps you navigate through the milestones and events of your journey, allowing you to focus on preparing for the arrival of your baby.

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If you opt to work with an agency, thorough research into your options is crucial. Finding an agency that aligns well with your individual needs and perspectives is paramount. Look for a connection and shared understanding of the surrogacy process. In states like Nebraska, where specific surrogacy laws are absent, it’s especially important to select an agency with lawyers well-versed in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and surrogacy law.

Finding the perfect surrogate match with the assistance of our Matching Team marks an exciting phase in your journey. We take the time to understand your preferences and criteria for a match, diligently seeking a woman who aligns with your personality, as well as your legal and geographical needs. The relationship between intended parents and their surrogates is incredibly special, making this initial match an essential milestone.

An egg donor is a young, fertile woman who generously donates her eggs, allowing another individual or couple to create embryos and fulfill their dream of starting a family. Once embryos are formed, they are transferred into either the intended parent’s or gestational surrogate’s uterus to facilitate pregnancy. Egg donation represents a beautiful path to parenthood.

For those embarking on a surrogacy journey requiring an egg donor, Surrogacy4All recommends initiating your search with our partner, the Everie Egg Donation Program. Everie offers both fresh and frozen egg donor programs and supports informed decision-making throughout the egg donation process. This includes options for disclosed (known) donations and mutual matching between parents and donors. Their extensive database allows you to explore potential donors and learn about their programs.

Many intended parents choose to select an egg donor and create embryos either before entering into surrogacy or while awaiting a surrogate match. If you choose an egg donor through Everie and partner with Surrogacy4All as your agency, our dedicated coordination team will provide comprehensive support throughout both your egg donation and surrogacy journeys, ensuring you receive guidance and assistance from one experienced team.

Building a strong bond with your surrogate throughout her pregnancy is a significant aspect of the journey. Depending on proximity, you may attend her appointments, fostering a closer connection. Our agency stands by you at every milestone, facilitating your preparations for travel to be present at the birth and ensuring a safe return home with all necessary arrangements in place.

The Surrogacy Process in Alabama

You’ve decided to grow your family through surrogacy—how exciting! Now that you’ve chosen an agency you’d like to meet, the next step is to schedule a consultation. This initial meeting is crucial as it allows you to share your story, ask questions, and see if the agency is the right fit for your journey.

Surrogacy4All offers complimentary consultations for intended parents who are emotionally and financially prepared to start their surrogacy journey within the next 12 months. These private sessions provide valuable information on the surrogacy process, associated costs, and finding and matching with a surrogate.

We offer both in-person meetings and free consultations via Skype or Zoom. If you’re not ready for a full consultation but want more information, you can book a short pre-consultation. Lasting about 30 minutes, this session is a great opportunity to ask questions and learn more about surrogacy.

Starting the Surrogacy Process

So, you’ve decided to embark on the exciting journey of growing your family through surrogacy—congratulations! The next step is scheduling a consultation with the agency you’ve chosen to meet. This initial meeting is crucial as it allows you to share your story, ask pertinent questions, and assess if the agency team is the right fit for your journey.

At Surrogacy4All, we offer complimentary consultations for intended parents who are emotionally and financially prepared to start their surrogacy journey within the next 12 months. During these consultations, whether in-person or via Skype or Zoom, we provide valuable insights into the surrogacy process, costs involved, and how to find and match with a surrogate.

If you’re not quite ready for a full consultation but want more information, you can opt for a shorter pre-consultation session lasting about 30 minutes. It’s an excellent opportunity to ask specific questions and gather further details.

Becoming a Parent in Nebraska

Welcoming a baby into your family is one of the most joyful moments you’ll experience. In Nebraska, achieving parenthood through surrogacy is a secure and efficient process, especially when partnering with an agency like Surrogacy4All.

Understanding the financial aspect is often a primary concern for intended parents. Our detailed cost sheets provide clear information on the expenses involved throughout a typical surrogacy journey.

Finding a Surrogate in Nebraska

Matching with a surrogate is an exciting milestone on your path to parenthood. AtSurrogacy4All, we collaborate with gestational surrogates from Nebraska and neighboring states, facilitating the search for your ideal match.

To initiate the process, intended parents working with Surrogacy4All are asked to complete a detailed profile. This profile helps us gain insight into your:

  • Relationship status (if applicable)
  • Family dynamics
  • Hobbies and interests
  • Plans and aspirations for parenthood
  • Reasons for pursuing surrogacy

Additionally, sharing photos of yourselves and your loved ones provides a deeper understanding of who you are as individuals and families, aiding us in finding the most compatible surrogate matches.

Our Surrogacy4All Matching Team utilizes this information, along with considerations such as your geographic location and preferences regarding termination, to identify the best possible surrogate match for you. Honesty in answering these questions is crucial as it ensures we can find a surrogate who aligns with your needs and expectations.

When matching intended parents with a gestational carrier, other preferences taken into account include:

  • Desired level of communication during the surrogacy journey
  • Surrogate’s location
  • Number of embryos to transfer
  • Views on selective reduction and termination

These criteria serve as guidelines for those considering surrogacy independently, offering insights into what to prioritize when searching for a suitable match.

3 Criteria for Finding Surrogate

Health and Medical History

Ensure the surrogate has a clean bill of health, no history of significant medical conditions, and has had at least one successful pregnancy without complications.

Legal and Ethical Considerations

Make sure the surrogate is fully aware of the legalities involved and is prepared

Emotional and Psychological Readiness

The surrogate should be emotionally stable, fully understand the implications of surrogacy, and be willing to undergo psychological evaluations to ensure readiness.

    Surrogacy Laws in Nebraska

    As previously mentioned, Nebraska prohibits surrogate mothers from receiving compensation, making such contracts illegal under state law. Additionally, any agreements where a woman acts as a surrogate and agrees to relinquish parental or custodial rights are considered void and unenforceable. Despite these restrictions, intended parents in Nebraska are still able to pursue surrogacy to expand their families.

    Surrogacy4All addresses these challenges by matching intended parents in Nebraska with gestational surrogates from states that have more favorable surrogacy laws. This ensures a safe and secure surrogacy journey for intended parents. Partnering with an agency like Surrogacy4All is crucial in navigating this process, as it provides protection and advocacy for everyone involved in the surrogacy journey.

    Surrogacy in Nebraska for Surrogates

    Currently, Surrogacy4All cannot engage with women residing in Nebraska who are interested in becoming surrogate mothers due to state laws.

    Surrogacy laws are subject to ongoing changes, so we encourage you to check back regularly for updates.

    The Process for Surrogates in Nebraska

    Your surrogacy journey comprises several significant milestones that culminate in the day you joyfully deliver the baby to your intended parents. Understanding and preparing for each of these steps is crucial, and our experienced team will provide steadfast support throughout.

    Choosing to partner with an agency like Surrogacy4All, with nearly 30 years of expertise, ensures you have a dedicated team to guide you through every milestone and event along the way. This support allows you to focus on preparing for the arrival of the baby with confidence and peace of mind.

    The surrogacy process can be looked at in seven steps:

    Getting Started as a Surrogate

    Start the surrogacy conversation by completing our quick online application. It only takes about 10 minutes, and there’s no pressure to proceed if you’re not yet ready.

    Becoming a Surrogate Mother in Nebraska

    Who becomes a surrogate?

    They are women who embody generosity, adventure, and kindness. They may be teachers, nurses, or stay-at-home moms, deeply devoted to their families. They shine with spirit, compassion, and a selfless nature. In essence, they’re women just like you.

    What Are the Requirements for Becoming a Surrogate?


    If you’re a resident of Nebraska and interested in becoming a surrogate, you’ll need to meet these criteria:
    • You have given birth to at least one child and are currently raising a child.
    • Your previous pregnancies and deliveries were uncomplicated, as confirmed by medical records.
    • You are aged between 21 and 44 years old.
    • Your Body Mass Index (BMI) is typically no higher than 33. You can calculate your BMI to check.
    • You are a citizen, legal resident, or legal immigrant of the United States. Surrogates who are legal residents or immigrants must have valid documentation for at least 2 years.
    • You do not receive cash assistance, welfare, public housing, or Section 8 benefits from government aid programs. Other forms of government assistance will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
    • Specific additional requirements may apply depending on the state you reside in.

    Benefits of Being a Surrogate in Nebraska

    Many women find becoming a surrogate in Nebraska incredibly appealing for several compelling reasons. They are drawn to the generous compensation and a profound sense of pride that comes with this unique journey. Women who choose to become surrogates experience:
    • A deep sense of fulfillment knowing they are giving the ultimate gift to another family.
    • The opportunity to build lasting relationships with grateful intended parents.
    • Support from a dedicated Program Coordination Team and licensed social worker.
    • The chance to collaborate with both local and international intended parents.
    • Plus, Nebraska surrogates receive generous compensation along with a personalized benefits package tailored to their needs.

    The Surrogacy4all Surrogate Promise

    At surrogacy4all, we developed the Surrogate Promise out of genuine concern for our carriers. Each one deserves a fulfilling and successful journey, and this program is a direct result of their valuable feedback during discussions with social workers or exit interviews. These insights have driven us to enhance our support and services for our gestational carriers.

    Our Commitment: Guaranteed Pay, Security, and Support
    The surrogacy4all Promise stands as a unique program, unmatched by any other agency. It ensures the highest level of security and unwavering support throughout.

    Guaranteed Pay, Security, and Support

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    Surrogacy4all Surrogacy financially backs their intended parents, so a surrogate’s escrow account is always funded to ensure she is always paid in full and on time.

    At Surrogacy4all, we take care of all medical bills so you don’t have to worry. We understand the frustrations our past surrogates faced with medical expenses, and we’ve made significant improvements. While we can’t eliminate medical bills entirely (since you are the patient), our new Fixed Cost programs for intended parents ensure timely payment of all medical expenses. This way, we protect both our surrogates and intended parents, providing peace of mind throughout the process.

    If you’re approved for our surrogate program and pass the medical clearance, and if you’re matched with intended parents but do not achieve pregnancy, we’ll compensate you for your time, effort, and commitment in your journey so far (up to a total of $5,000).

    At Surrogacy4all, we understand that every gestational carrier has unique preferences for the birth of their surrogate baby. That’s why we offer our surrogates a range of options to tailor their birthing experience. They can choose from doula care, a hospital birth, or the use of a birth center with a midwife.

    When you first connect with Surrogacy4all, you’ll likely meet an experienced carrier who will guide you through the entire process until you find your match with intended parents. They’ll personally introduce you to your dedicated social worker and our journey support team, all of whom are part of our in-house team at Surrogacy4all. Throughout your journey, you’ll have continuous support from a knowledgeable Surrogacy4all employee who understands your unique needs and journey details. You’ll never have to worry about dealing with a third party who doesn’t even know your name! Additionally, with our expanded team, we provide support groups, virtual events, one-on-one surrogate mentorship, and more to ensure you have the support you need every step of the way.

    How Much Do Surrogates Get Paid in Nebraska?

    Helping someone have a baby means receiving financial compensation, often referred to as “surrogate base compensation” or “surrogate payment.” Previous surrogates assisted Surrogacy4all Surrogacy in developing a comprehensive compensation and benefits program for surrogates and their families. This program offers unmatched security, benefits, and protection.

    Our new Surrogate Pay & Family Protection Program provides the following benefits:

    • Earning up to $45,000-$85,000+ (your base fee plus additional benefits)
    • Protection for the surrogate and her family throughout the journey
    • All expenses paid, from travel to meals to gas and more
    • Benefits and support through postpartum (the 4th trimester)
    • Full transparency on what’s included
    • Benefits you won’t find at any other agency

    How Does Surrogate Pay Work?

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    All surrogates will start with a base compensation. This may be based on where you live, whether or not you have insurance, or whether this is your first time as a surrogate. This is only the beginning of your compensation as there are many additional payments that make up your total compensation.
    Signing payments and payments for your medical screening are examples of compensation provided by us early in the surrogacy process. These payments are in addition to your base compensation.
    We compensates surrogates for their necessities during and after pregnancy, including maternity clothing, housekeeping, pumping and shipping breast milk, and more. These payments are in addition to your base compensation.
    Surrogates receive other non-monetary benefits—in addition to financial compensation—that are priceless in ensuring they’re protected and have a smooth journey. These benefits include legal counsel, life insurance, and more.

    How Surrogacy4all Supports Surrogates

    Our team supports you every step of the way—from the day you begin exploring surrogacy to your meeting with the prospective parents and throughout your entire pregnancy to birth.

    We help surrogates navigate the screening process, ensuring they match with the perfect intended parent or parents, and guide them through the legal and social work aspects of surrogate parenting. Because many of us are experienced surrogates, we bring authentic passion to our work. Some members of our team have completed 3 surrogate journeys. Besides having world-class expertise in the myriad legal, social, and medical aspects of your surrogacy process, we deliver hands-on guidance that’s informed by our experience. If you have questions, we’ll have the answers.

    When you need a lawyer to review legal contracts, we’ll recommend an attorney in your area with whom we’ve worked previously and who is thoroughly knowledgeable about Assisted Reproduction Technology law. We can connect you with trustworthy experts whenever needed.

     

    Finding a Perfect Intended Parent Match

    The prospective parents you help will be part of an incredible, intimate journey with you. And it’s why Surrogacy4all has developed a thorough matching process. 

    Your Surrogate Support Team uses personality profiles to find the perfect intended parent(s) for you. You’ll get to review each other’s profiles, ask questions, and generally feel each other out. We also help schedule an initial video call. The goal is to ensure both you and the intended parent(s) feel completely comfortable with the match. And of course, the surrogacy agreement only moves forward if you do. 

    We works with single parents, LGBTQ+ and heterosexual couples, domestic and international couples, and others. We’re confident you’ll be able to find a great match.

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    FAQs Surrogacy in Nebraska

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    A: Gestational surrogacy involves a surrogate mother carrying a child conceived through in vitro fertilization (IVF) using the intended parents’ or donors’ egg and sperm. The surrogate has no genetic connection to the child.

     

    A: No, gestational surrogacy is not legally recognized in Nebraska. The state prohibits both compensated and altruistic surrogacy contracts, making it challenging for intended parents to pursue surrogacy within Nebraska.

    A: Due to the restrictive surrogacy laws in Nebraska, intended parents often look for surrogates in states where surrogacy is legal. Consulting with a surrogacy agency or attorney experienced in out-of-state arrangements can help facilitate this process.

     

    A: Nebraska law prohibits compensated and altruistic surrogacy agreements, rendering them unenforceable. Violating these laws can lead to legal penalties. It is essential to consult with an attorney to explore alternative options and ensure compliance with state laws.

    A: Surrogacy is a method of assisted reproduction where a surrogate mother carries and delivers a child for another person or couple. There are two types: traditional surrogacy (surrogate’s egg is used) and gestational surrogacy (embryo is created via IVF with the intended parents’ or donors’ genetic material).

    A: Due to the legal restrictions, there are no surrogacy agencies operating within Nebraska. However, many agencies in surrogacy-friendly states provide services to Nebraska residents, helping them navigate the surrogacy process legally.

    A: Nebraska has fertility clinics that offer IVF and other fertility treatments, but they cannot facilitate the surrogacy process due to state laws. Intended parents often work with out-of-state clinics for the surrogacy arrangement while receiving fertility treatments locally.

    A: While direct surrogacy is not legal in Nebraska, costs for related services such as IVF, legal fees for navigating out-of-state surrogacy, and travel can be significant. Typically, surrogacy costs range from $90,000 to $150,000, depending on various factors including medical procedures and agency fees.

    A: Residents of Nebraska can pursue surrogacy, but they must do so in states where it is legal. This involves working with out-of-state agencies, surrogates, and legal professionals to ensure compliance with relevant laws.

    A: The surrogacy process for Nebraska residents involves:

    1. Consulting with a surrogacy agency in a surrogacy-friendly state.
    2. Undergoing medical evaluations and IVF procedures, often within Nebraska.
    3. Matching with a surrogate in a legal state.
    4. Drafting legal agreements to comply with the laws of the surrogate’s state.
    5. Completing the pregnancy and birth in the surrogate’s state, followed by legal proceedings to establish parental rights.

    A: Nebraska residents should:

    1. Consult with an experienced surrogacy attorney.
    2. Work with reputable surrogacy agencies and clinics in surrogacy-friendly states.
    3. Ensure all legal contracts are drafted in accordance with the laws of the state where the surrogate resides.
    4. Plan for travel and additional costs associated with out-of-state surrogacy.

    Getting Started

    Whether you are intended parents or interested in becoming a surrogate, the surrogacy process can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life.  Learning more about surrogacy is the first step of your journey.