Getting an egg donor
Posted 07 October 2013 - 04:44 PM
My question is if she will going to apply for visa is it better or not to tell the purpose why she's coming here?
Posted 08 October 2013 - 12:56 AM
Maybe talk to an immigration lawyer.
Trying to conceive since our wedding day May 25, 2008.
Started Clomid Jan-April 2012.
Referred to RFP June 2012.
First consult at RFP November 2012.
First IVF cycle on antagonist protocol (GonalF, Luveris) January 2013.
Transferred two day-3 embryos, had severe OHSS, lost one twin between 7-13 weeks but was expecting one little one October 2013.
Found out at 6 mos that our little one had died weeks earlier and had to induce and deliver stillborn, July 25, 2013.
Something found on adrenal gland at follow up ultrasound, MRI showed what seems to be a benign tumor. Meeting with specialist Jan 8, 2014 - all fertility treatments on hold. :/
Tumour is definitely producing Aldosterone (causes high blood pressure) and Cortisol. Lucky me, only 34 similar cases recorded in the world! Tumour removed May 2014.
Approached about a possible adoption March 2014. Rush through all the paperwork and process.
Charlotte Evangeline born June 27, 2014. We brought her home on July 7 and held our breath for 10 days until she officially became ours.
Surprise BFP October 2014. Due to wonky cycles, ultrasounds convince Doctors I have a blighted ovum but detailed ultrasound reveals heartbeat at 6w3d. On progesterone support and waiting to see if pregnancy is still viable. Holding our breath again.
Adalyn Marie born on June 9, 2014 after a roller coaster pregnancy.
Posted 09 October 2013 - 02:33 PM
Your niece can come to Canada as a tourist for up to 3 months at a time. Unfortunately, Customs Canada and Immigration routinely turn away young women who advise that they are seeking to enter Canada to donate eggs. The donation itself is not illegal, but they are still turned away.
Family members from outside Canada come here to donate all the time. Medical insurance is also an issue, as your niece will not have the benefit of health care coverage if she hyper-stimulates.
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