Become a Surrogate in Arkansas LP

Become a Surrogate in Arkansas

Earn up to $75,000+
Helping a Family
While Also Helping
Your Own!

Become a Surrogate in Arkansas

Earn up to $75,000+ Helping a Family
While Also Helping Your Own!

Why Choose
Same Love Surrogacy?

At Same Love Surrogacy, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible experience. The inspiration for Same Love Surrogacy came from personal experience and nearly everyone involved in the team has had their own personal surrogacy experience.

Some important factors that set us apart include:

• Earn up to $75,000+
• Supported every step of the way with full transparency
• Get personalized, one-on-one guidance, from our coordinators who were surrogates themselves
• Men Having Babies surveyed SLS as the #1 ranked agency in the world

Here’s What Our Surrogates Have to Say About SLS

Why Become a Surrogate?

Give the gift of parenthood to another couple
So many loving couples have yet to experience holding their own child. It is an amazing gift that you can give. Becoming a surrogate can be a fulfilling experience as you watch first-time parents looking into their child’s eyes for the first time.

The extra $75k+ can help your family
As a surrogate, you may be able to earn $75,000 or more. That can go a long way toward providing additional income for your family.

Requirements to be a Surrogate in Arkansas

  1. PRIOR BIRTH – She has given birth to at least one child of her own whom she is currently raising.
  2. BMI – Have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of no higher than 32
  3. BETWEEN 21 AND 40 YEARS OLD – She is between the ages of 21 and 40. (If older than 38, she must have delivered within the last two years and have full clearance from her personal OBGYN to undergo another pregnancy.)
  4. HEALTHY PREGNANCY – She has not had any serious medical conditions during her own pregnancy or delivery.
  5. VEHICLE & DRIVER’S LICENSE – She has a vehicle and a valid driver’s license to be able to attend doctor appointments.
  6. RESIDENCE – She has a stable residence with no plans of moving out of state from the time she submits her application to delivery.
  7. SUPPORT NETWORK – She has a good support network of family and/or close friends who affirm her decision to carry a child for another and who will provide emotional and physical support to her during her journey.
  8. PARTNER SUPPORT & CONSENT – If she is in a relationship, her partner must be supportive of her surrogacy and willing to undergo a medical screening (blood test) and/or background check, if requested.

Have a question before getting started? Speak with a coordinator today!