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Your Go-To Guide for Surrogacy in Washington

If you’re interested in becoming a surrogate mother in Washington, can guide and support you. We’re experienced surrogates who will share everything we know about being a surrogate in Washington—the good, the not-so-good, and the stuff you want to know about but are afraid to ask! Surrogacy is a serious commitment—physically, mentally, and emotionally—and it's one of the most rewarding journeys a woman will experience in her life. Washington is a great location for surrogacy, and you'll find all you need to know on this page about how you can become a surrogate in the Evergreen State.

Surrogacy in Washington

Think of a surrogate as the ultimate partner for those who need help building their family. Your journey is off to a great start because you've landed on We're here to help you navigate surrogacy in Washington, starting with what to expect during the process, how to apply, understanding the requirements for being a surrogate, matching you with the right agency, and supporting you during your pregnancy and through the "fourth" trimester.

Get ready for the journey of a lifetime.

The Process for Surrogates in Washington

OK, "process" sounds like every surrogacy journey is a by-the-book experience that is the same for all surrogates. The truth is no two surrogacy journeys are alike, but they are all headed for the same incredible destination: the day you give your intended parents their baby.

Along the way, you'll reach key milestones after completing an application and ensuring you're qualified to be a surrogate. Don't worry; we've got your back throughout your journey.

Let's break down the surrogacy process into eight steps:

  1. Application: Get the ball rolling by completing our compatibility form.

  2. Consultation: We'll chat, get to know each other, and make sure we're all on the same page.

  3. Matching with an agency: We’ll help you identify what you’re looking for in an agency partner and help you choose the right agency for you.

  4. Matching with intended parents: With the agency's help, you’ll match with like-minded intended parents and help them build their family.

  5. Medical screening and legal contracts: This is the nitty-gritty stuff that ensures everything's good to go—health-wise and legally.

  6. Monitoring appointments and embryo transfer: You’ll be taking IVF medications to prepare your body for embryo transfer day.

  7. Pregnancy: You're officially on baby duty—growing and nurturing that little miracle.

  8. Delivery: It's the grand finale—when you see the smiles on the intended parents' faces as they welcome their baby.


How Do I Qualify To Become a Surrogate in Washington?

We're so grateful for your interest in becoming a surrogate. First, we want to make sure you meet the surrogate requirements.

Here are the details. You'll need to meet these criteria:

  • Have a body mass index (BMI) less than 33

  • Be a U.S. citizen or have a green card

  • Be between ages 21 and 44

  • Have had uncomplicated pregnancies and deliveries

  • Have had no more than 3 C-section deliveries

  • Be willing to travel to a fertility clinic for the medical screening and embryo transfer

  • Not use illegal drugs, smoke cigarettes, or abuse alcohol

Curious if You Qualify?

Why It's Great To Be a Surrogate in Washington

Women who become surrogates in Washington enjoy other benefits, including:

Surrogacy appeals to women who love being mothers and want to help others experience the joys of parenthood. In addition to that sense of pride, becoming a surrogate in Washington includes generous compensation and the support of others who have been in your shoes.

Women who become surrogates in Washington enjoy other benefits, including:

  • An awesome sense of fulfillment from giving the most incredible gift humanly possible to another family

  • Creating a bond with intended parents that can last a lifetime

  • An opportunity to work with local and international intended parents

How Much Do Surrogates Get Paid in Washington?

The compensation package for surrogates varies from agency to agency, but here's what you can expect during a typical surrogacy journey:

  • Base pay usually ranges between $40,000 and $60,000 for each pregnancy, with additional benefits boosting the total compensation to $50,000-$70,000 or more.

  • Insurance paid for by intended parents that covers you and your family throughout the journey

  • All expenses, including travel, meals, gas, and more

  • Postpartum (4th trimester) benefits and support

Ready for the Experience of a Lifetime?

We can’t wait to meet you! Here’s what you can expect after filling out and submitting the compatibility form:

  • We’ll connect you with an experienced surrogate: Ask them all the questions you have, and you’ll get straight answers based on reality.

  • You’ll share details about your medical history and past pregnancies: We want to learn all about you and your health history.

  • Match with a surrogacy agency: Finding the right agency for you is a collaborative effort, so you can find the right intended parents to help.

Get ready for one of the most gratifying and fulfilling experiences you can have.

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