Birth Tourism 

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Birth tourism is a practice where expecting mothers travel to another country with the intention of giving birth there, so that their child can obtain citizenship in that country. Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Panama, and the United States are some of the countries that have been known to offer birth tourism services.

In Brazil, birth tourism is legal and accessible, and the country offers a relatively low-cost option for those seeking this service. Mexico is another popular destination for birth tourism, offering affordable packages that include hospital fees and accommodation for the expecting mother and their family. Panama is also known to offer birth tourism services, with packages that include medical care and assistance with obtaining citizenship for the newborn.

All these countries come with their pros and cons, and it is important to carefully consider the legal and ethical implications before making a decision. Our experts are available to give you the best advice for our birth services.

Our services include but not limited to:
  1. Assistance with travel arrangements: We help our client with obtaining the visa required, travel arrangements, including booking flights and accommodations, arranging for transportation, and providing information about local customs and laws.
  2. Medical services: We offer medical services through our partnership which includes, prenatal care, hospital stays, and assistance with delivery.
  3. Legal services: After the birth we assist our client in getting legal documentation such as passports for the baby and permanent residence for the parents and other children. We also help in filling any necessary paperwork required.
  4. Translation services: For clients who do not speak the local language,we offer translation services to help clients communicate with healthcare providers, legal authorities, and other local officials.
  5. Personalized support: we provide personalized support which includes 24/7 availability for questions and concerns, and assistance with post-birth care and follow-up.