Posted on 09/15/2020 in Surrogacy

Guaranteed surrogacy program final stages in Ukraine, VittoriaVitta

Guaranteed surrogacy program final stages in Ukraine, VittoriaVitta

The Guaranteed surrogacy and the ‘Designer’ Guaranteed surrogacy program mode introduce a dramatic new look for the surrogacy pack. It’s thoughtfully designed to make every element on the journey easier and is seamlessly integrated throughout the surrogacy cycle. And it’s simple to explore what to expect on every stage. VittoriaVita builds transparency into everything they do, and the Guaranteed surrogacy bundle is no different. It is a magic piece of the latest ART featuring even more great ‘stuff’. Redesigned ‘editing’ of the surrogacy protocol. ‘Installation’ of the necessary elements without disrupting the previous stage. ‘Integration’ of extras in the ‘cores’ for completing the most vibrant things. New ‘tools’ let your Fertility Pro control any configuration or any range of configurations and extras so you can have your surrogacy protocol fine–tuned. Powerful extras editing. Nearly every ‘configuration’, ‘tool’, and extra configuration your Fertility Pro adds to your surrogacy protocol is extremely adaptable and flexible, enables rotating, cropping, and enhancing every new necessary element to transform or modulate the surrogacy protocol’s ‘architecture’. Just the right amount of everything. Investigate all–new Roadmap that reveals more detail about the surrogacy process around you. 

 

Stage no. 4. Empowered in remote mode: pregnancy management: pregnancy care and monitoring.

●The pregnancy clinical management and monitoring (personal pregnancy care coordinator, the consultations with the Ob–Gyn, and the other specialists, antenatal appointments, diagnostic tests, ultrasound scans, lab. tests, blood tests, etc.).

●Medication for the gestational carrier (including injections, pills, IVs, etc.) plus the vitamins, minerals, food supplements.

●The surrogate mother’s monthly compensation payment will begin at the confirmation of the fetal heartbeat on a monthly schedule until delivery with the balance due within 1–7 days of delivery of the baby.

●Providing health insurance premium for the surrogate mom in case of unexpected occurrences during pregnancy or labor and delivery.

●Providing the accommodation located in Kyiv for the gestational carrier starting from the 32nd week of pregnancy.

●Management of the pre–birth paperwork workflow: drafting, tuning–up, issuing, and signing all documents necessary for registering a surrogacy birth at the maternity hospital or the baby birth center by the attorney. Preparing and issuing the documents, the surrogate mom must bring with herself to the maternity hospital for the admission.

●Filing in the hospital admissions papers for the surrogate mom (she has to be pre–admitted starting from the 36th week of pregnancy). 

●Pre–birth pregnancy management including the antenatal appointments, diagnostic screening, and medication for the surrogate mom.

●Getting from the Case Manager the translated medical record reviews: the consultations and the antenatal appointments reports, the diagnostic screenings and tests’ reports, ultrasound scans’ reports, the lab. tests’ reports, the blood tests’ reports, the viral screenings reports, and the other medical reports).

●Virtual live communication with (1) the Personal Case Manager, (2) the surrogate mom, (3) the surrogate mom’s pregnancy care coordinator (via Skype/Viber/WhatsApp/Instagram/Google Duo/‎FaceTime/ phone or any other video calling app that enables making the real–time video–call). 

 

Stage no. 5. The timeframe: 30–40 days. The second arrival in Ukraine for the newborn’s Birthday. 

●Support with travel and accommodation for the couple (booking the private room at the hotel or booking the apartment, meeting at the airport, transfer to the hotel or apartment, transfer from the hotel or apartment to the maternity hospital, VittoriaVita office, lawyer(s), notary, clinic, embassy, back to the airport, help with booking the tickets back to the home country). 

●Transfer to the clinic for Fluoro (Fluoroscopy), receiving the intended parents’ Fluoro results, and bringing the results to the maternity hospital.

●Organization and management of the couple’s staying in the private ward at the maternity hospital until discharge with the newborn.

●Management of the pre–birth paperwork workflow: drafting, tuning–up, issuing, and signing all documents necessary for registering the intended parents’ presence at the maternity hospital or the baby birth center by the attorney. Preparing and issuing the documents, the couple must bring to the maternity hospital for admission. Filing in the hospital admissions papers and other admission documents. 

●Multilingual support for the couple while staying at the maternity hospital (interpretation and translation services). 

●Organization and management of the intended parents’ presence during labor and childbirth. 

●Newborn screening: the blood test. Filling the newborn screening card with essential information for the lab. performing the Neonatal Heel Prick Screening Test, such as the baby’s name, sex, weight, date/time of birth, date/time of heel stick collection, and collection of the baby’s blood sample. The hearing screening: Otoacoustic Emissions (OAE) Test or Auditory Brain Stem Response (ABR) and Pulse Oximetry Testing.

●Newborn screening and immunizations (comprehensive check–up with a neonatologist (pediatrician, cardiologist, endocrinologist, immunologist, nephrologist, neuropathologist, pulmonologist, ophthalmologist, etc.), screening tests, viral screening(s), ultrasound scan(s), and the other necessary screenings and their translated records). 

●Staying in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for the preemie newborn (newborns) including the consultations with the close specialists (neonatologist, pediatrician, cardiologist, endocrinologist, immunologist, nephrologist, neuropathologist, pulmonologist, ophthalmologist, etc.) clinical management and inclusive monitoring of the case, medication, and the postnatal care.

●Medication for the newborn (newborns) –– the fees are paid according to the price of the clinic, hospital, or pharmacy.

●Emergency surgeries for the newborn including the consultations with the close specialists, pre–surgery diagnostic screening, designing the pre–surgery and post–surgery treatment protocol, prep. for the surgery, medication, surgery, post–surgery management and monitoring, post–surgery medication, and post–surgery care –– the fees are paid according to the price of the clinic or hospital.

 

Unique Circumstances Paid Per Occurrence (Postnatal Extra Fees).

●Multiple Gestation Fee (Multiples fee) –– 4,000.00 EUR for twin pregnancy.

●Multiple Gestation Fee (Multiples fee) –– 8,000.00 EUR for triplet pregnancy.

●Collection, processing, cryopreservation, and banking of the newborn’s (newborns’) umbilical cord blood –– the fee is paid according to the price list of the private cord blood bank. 

●Neonatal heel prick screening test (Guthrie test) involves taking a blood sample from the baby’s heel at or as soon as possible after 48 hours of age (at the age of 2–40 days) –– 90.00 EUR/one newborn. 

 

Stage no. 6: Receiving baby’s Birth Certificate, receiving the newborn’s documents, and traveling home with the newborn. 

●Fourth Installment (14,000.00 EUR (€)) paid upon the successful completion of the surrogacy program (on the day of receiving the baby’s/babies’ Birth Certificate(s)). 

●Preparing, issuing, signing, and sealing the documents, the surrogate mom and the intended parents must bring to the maternity hospital for the discharge from the maternity hospital. If the Notary’s seal or Apostille (international notary seal) is necessary, the Case Manager will manage the legal paperwork. 

●Receiving the baby’s Certificate of Live Birth and its translation and notarization (if necessary, extra legalization may be involved, and the Apostille is attached to the baby’s Certificate of Live Birth to verify it is legitimate and authentic, so it will be accepted in your country if your country is a member of the Hague Apostille Convention).

●The newborn’s registration at the Local Civil Registry.

●Receiving the baby’s Birth Certificate. Translation of Baby’s Birth Certificate, notarization of the translation. If necessary, extra legalization may be involved, and the Apostille is attached to the baby’s Birth Certificate to verify it is legitimate and authentic. 

 

●The newborn Pediatrician visits schedule (newborn’s check–up schedule) is designed individually and depends on the newborn’s needs. Standardly, the check–up is done every week or one time in two weeks. If necessary or if the newborn needs the clinical management and monitoring (for example, if the newborn is sick and taking any medication), the appointments with a Pediatrician may be scheduled several times a week including the diagnostic screening tests, ultrasound scans, and other screens necessary for providing the postnatal care.

●DNA test at the International Laboratory of Medical Genomics (England, London) for confirmation of paternity.

●DNA test to confirm paternity, which may be required by the Embassy –– the fee is paid according to the price list.

●Drafting, correcting, issuing, signing the documents required for the newborn’s departure to the home country by the Parties. Apostille of these documents (an apostille is the equivalent of an international notarial seal, thus, the documents which bear an apostille are legally valid for use in all countries party to the Hague Convention on the Legalization of Documents). 

●Drafting, correcting, issuing, signing the documents necessary for registration the intended parents’ names in the baby’s Birth Certificate.

●Apostille authentication for the seals and signatures of officials on the baby’s Birth Certificate. 

●Organization of the final consultation with the baby’s Pediatrician before the newborn’s departure. 

●Translation of the newborn’s screening card, medical record reviews, and other medical records from the maternity hospital, the baby’s Pediatrician, and other specialists including the diagnostic screening tests, ultrasound scans, lab. tests, other essential screens, any surgeries, treatment protocols, medication protocols.

●Transfer of the intended parents and the newborn (newborns) to the embassy/consulate for completing the paperwork.

●Transfer of the intended parents and the newborn (newborns) to the airport. 

 

Something to say in conclusion?

A simple way to empower the Guaranteed surrogacy pack that respects your needs and adapts to your case. Lots to love as you can do more than ever before. Explore all final stages involved in the process.

 

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