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    Dear Wlee9462,
    Thanks for your reply. I was able to speak to Dr. Kadam in person yesterday and she advised that the import of embryos to India is an issue currently which she expects will be resolved by end of February.

    She also said she will send us a contract shortly which we can sign so that we can avoid the NSW legislation from 1st of March.

    I wanted to know if this standard contract is ok to sign or we should get a lawyer check it? I guess it has to be a lawyer in India since it is an Indian contract?

    Anyways we are very excited and amazed by the amount of guidence given to us in the past 2 days.

    Regards Maneesh

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    Dear Jk,
    Thanks for your reply. I was able to speak with Dr. Kadam yesterday evening and she knew about this NSW legislation as she had received few quries about it. She will send me a contract soon which we can sign and basically enter into a contract prior to the 1st of March.

    Then once the import of embryos issue is resolved (she expects by end FEB), we can send the 4 frozen emb to her.

    Seems to me a very straight forward process but do I need to get that contract checked by a lawyer here or just sign it? Any suggestions?

    Thank a lot folks.

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    Depends on the questions you want answered by the lawyer? Im sure they'll agree that by entering into the contract with an agency before March 1st you'll be ok and free from prosecution, but they may be able to assist with making sure that what you have done is sufficient. ie signed, paid and found a surrogate?

    We saw Craddock Murray Neumann Lawyers in Sydney about the NSW law when it was announced for some peace of mind. They were very helpful and had a good understanding of these aspects of family/surrogacy law. Not sure if they are specialists on contracts or not but can't hurt to ask.

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    Hi Manessh

    We have used Dr Kadam's clinic twice and signed contracts without the need of a lawyer. This is because the contract is not written in 'legalese' ... It is very straightforward and easy to understand. Basically it sets out what the expectations are of the clinic, the surrogate and yourselves.

    We wondered this also before we had seen the contract as we were expecting a very legal contract, however it is not like this at all.

    Take care and good luck

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    Hi all

    There is no issue getting embryos into Delhi. The problem was isolated to a few cases in Mumbai. I work for a clinic in Delhi (SCI Healthcare) and we regularly receive embryos and sperm through a company called Core Cryolabs. The last shipment got through just last week and we have more on the way. Donnie's advice about there being an India-wide ban is incorrect.

    If you wanted to use a clinic in Mumbai it is possible to ship through Delhi customs and then organise on shipment down to Mumbai.

    Sending embryos is an expensive option and FET has a much lower chance of success, so if you can swing it, go to India and do a fresh cycle.

    Amani (Meg)

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    This org are holding an event to assist people going through surrogacy.
    Australian Families Through Gestational Surrogacy
    Monday, 28 February 2011, 18:00 - 20:00
    Sydney Surrogacy Forum
    Wesley Conference Centre 220 Pitt St, Sydney
    Monday 28 Feb, 6 - 8pm

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    Hello
    I am from Israel and have frozen embryos that i have to send to Mumbai India.
    As you know I can not ship them to Mumbai because the custom in Mumbai does not allow me to enter them to Mumbai.
    I read at the forum that there is an option to send the container with the frozen embryos to Delhi and from there to send them to Mumbai.
    With which cargo company can I do that?
    Regard
    Ron

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    HI Amani,
    I am intersted in shipping embryos to Mumbai and would like to know how do I go about doing that? Who should I contact first? Dr. Kadam in Mumbai told me only a few weeks ago and sending e bryos to Mumbai is still a problem.
    Please help.
    Thank you.
    -wlee9462-

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    Hi Wlee9462,
    I am delighted to report that we have successfully shipped embryos from Sydney to Mumbai last week and they are now safely stored at the Corion labs in Mumbai. We contacted Andy from Medair, who arranged for the whole transport process end to end for us. They had also come up with a way to go around the issue at Mumbai customs.

    Please reach out to me if you have any questions.

    Andy's email is - ajd@medair.ca

    All the very best.

    Regards

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    Default Congrats

    Hi Maneesh,

    Thanks for posting that. I am very glad your embryo transport was successful! Good luck with the rest of the cycle. I would love to know how you fare.
    Please PM or post ... BEST BEST wishes to you both.

    -wlee9462-


 

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