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Adoption Process for Embryos: Three Simple Steps

baby adopted as a frozen embryo through adoption process

Embryo Adoption Process for families and donors simplified.

Follow this embryo adoption process to find your perfect future babies

1. Make a profile to adopt embryos.

The adoption process can be a lot easier than you think. It all starts with by creating a free profile with NRFA (which can take less than 30 minutes). In your profile you can add information about who you are, why you are looking for embryos, and what you are looking for.

Many families, like the future parents at babycenter.com ask, “How do I find someone who is willing to donate their embryos?” Well the process is simple: It starts with you. Create a profile, fill out your information, and connect with donors who are looking for you.

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2. Send messages and share your profile.

When you get done completing your profile be sure to send at least 10 messages out to potential donors. Sending this many messages might not seem necessary, but every family is at a different stage in their life so it’s best to cast the net wide.

Many matches are also made through friends of friends. Your neighbor’s pediatrician, your child’s teacher’s sister-in-law, or your hairdresser’s 2pm client may have embryos they are looking to donate. NRFA allows you to safely share your profile in your social media outlets.

We also provide a featured account that get’s you added to our home page for extra exposure if you choose. In the image above you can see the featured flag and on average these families match 25% faster and more often.

3. Check back often and read the newsletters.

We’re regularly making changes to improve your chances of matching with donors so stay tuned for our emails, read them from top to bottom, and check our website for continuous improvements.

Go to NRFA.org to learn more!

The National Registry for Adoption (NRFA) connects embryo donors, adoptive parents, and medical professionals to establish relationships and grow families.

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