State refuses to issue passports for babies of surrogate moms
The state is refusing to grant citizenship and issue passports to six-week-old twins, despite a recent court order.
The state has refused to grant citizenship and issue passports to six-week-old twins, born to Israeli parents through a surrogate mother in Tbilisi, Georgia. This, despite a ruling three weeks ago by the Ramat Gan Family Court that the state must recognize the man, known as R., as the babies' father, without requiring DNA testing.
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