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In a guest piece for Fertility Road, Sam Everingham examines the changing face of global surrogacy.

Cross-border surrogacy often involves surrogate, intended parent and clinic coming together from different cultures. Navigating foreign medical systems, surrogate relationships, acquiring citizenship, and the question of legal parentage are just a few complexities of cross-border arrangements.

But as 2016 begins, India, Thailand, Mexico and Nepal are closed to foreigners looking to access surrogacy. Hundreds caught in the turmoil of these changes were faced with highly stressful situations – prevented from entering India for the birth of a child, prevented from leaving Nepal or Thailand with children post-birth, frozen embryos in limbo far from home... What is extraordinary is the preparedness of many couples and singles to tackle these in the quest to build a family.

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It’s usual for optimism to dominate your thoughts at the start of a new year – there’s a sense that anything is possible, and this wave of positivity provides the perfect conditions for starting or extending a family.