Surrogate Children

Surrogacy is legal in the UK but the laws are often restrictive which means that many parents choose to opt for international surrogacy. Although surrogacy is becoming increasingly popular, the complex laws make it difficult and if the child is born overseas this causes further complexities surrounding immigration and nationality law. It is possible to bring your surrogate child to the UK but a surrogate child may not hold British nationality and might require a visa to come to the UK. The easiest and quickest route to bringing your child home will depend on several factors including the child’s nationality at birth, who the legal parents are and the child’s birth country. A few of the routes towards bringing your surrogate child to the UK include:
  • Applying for a British passport if the child is a British national at birth
  • Registering your child as a British citizen and then applying for a UK passport
  • Filing for a parental order so that you can become the legal parents of your child and pass on British nationality
  • Applying for a visa for your child to come to the UK

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