Military spouses possess qualities that align with the best surrogate candidates. Through your service-oriented mindset, driven passion to prioritize family values and a strong sense of community, you reflect everything that separates a good surrogate from a great one.
But, can you be a surrogate in the military? Understanding the unique dynamics of military life, we value the commitment and dedication you bring to the process. Although there are some nuances of becoming a surrogate in the military, we’re here to help you understand your potential and how you can become a hero in someone else’s story.
If you want to be a surrogate mother in the military, then contact us online now or text us at 913-204-0224 to see if you’re eligible.
Can I Be a Surrogate Mother and Stay in the Military?
Due to the nature of active duty and the unpredictability it brings, we’re unable to work with surrogates who are currently serving in active duty positions. If you’re not on active duty, then you can pursue surrogacy to help intended parents fulfill their dreams of becoming parents while also earning meaningful income for your family.
But can I be a surrogate as a military spouse? From wherever your family is stationed in the U.S., we can help you make a difference in the lives of those who have longed to become parents. As a military spouse, you can maximize your dedication and commitment to the community while also prioritizing time with your family.
Why Can’t I Be a Surrogate in the Military?
One of the requirements to be a surrogate includes having a safe, stable environment for your surrogate pregnancy. The uncertainty of military obligations and deployments can cause concern and stress, making it challenging to ensure a safe and healthy pregnancy.
Although we don’t work with surrogate mothers in the military, we can work with military spouses who are interested in becoming surrogates. As a military spouse, you can embark on this fulfilling journey of helping others build their families through surrogacy.
Does Tricare Cover a Surrogate Pregnancy?
If you’re insured under Tricare, your plan will not cover a surrogate pregnancy. We understand the importance of having comprehensive medical coverage throughout the surrogate journey. If you need insurance, we can find you a plan that does cover a surrogate pregnancy. But, can I be a surrogate and not have to pay for medical bills?
When you become a surrogate as a military spouse, all your medical expenses are taken care of. You won’t ever have to worry about paying out-of-pocket costs for the medical care received as a surrogate.
Benefits of Being a Surrogate Mother in the Military
Can I be a surrogate and get paid? Military spouses have the unique opportunity to earn compensation as a surrogate for giving the gift of parenthood. You can earn $50,000-$110,000+ in surrogate compensation while also being present for your own family.
We recognize that surrogacy is an act of love and our complete surrogate compensation package ensures you and your family are protected and taken care of.
“I was able to be more present with my kids and that was to me the biggest thing. I was able to go on vacations with them and if I needed to take off time from work I wasn’t as stressed about it. That was huge for me.” –said Jade, one of our surrogate mothers.
How to Become a Surrogate Mother in the Military
We recognize the potential and value military spouses bring to the surrogacy process. If you’re ready to pursue surrogacy as a military spouse, then reach out to us online now or text us at 913-204-0224 to check your eligibility. We’re ready to support you as you begin this life-changing journey.