India bars four Israeli couples from leaving with babies born to surrogates
Under the new Indian policy, surrogacy is only allowed in cases in which the recipient parents are a heterosexual couple who have been married for at least two years - so gays, singles and common-law couples are barred from seeking service.
India recently barred four Israeli couples with babies born to surrogate mothers there from leaving the country with the children, due to a change in visa regulations. The Israeli Foreign Ministry said, however, that the Israeli couples received the necessary visas yesterday to leave.
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