In India, surrogacy is legal, but under various conditions which include:

  • Only altruistic surrogacy arrangements are allowed. Commercial surrogacy is illegal

  • Surrogacy is only permitted for infertile Indian couples. A law passed in 2015 banned foreign parents from seeking surrogacy services in this country

  • The intended parents must be married for a period not less than five years and must have a doctor's certificate that proves their infertility

  • A woman can only become a surrogate once and must be related to the intended parents

  • Live-in couples, same-sex couples, and single parents are not allowed to have a baby through surrogacy.



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