Infertile couples from the Europe and US.

Legislation in India offers failed to keep speed with the explosion of medical tourism, the worthiness of which Sinha said is certainly estimated at $450 to $500 million each year. The government is attempting to address this with a comprehensive bill that will place heavier regulations on assisted reproduction treatment centers, but the legislation is only a draft still. Two several weeks ago, the Times of India reported that consul generals from eight Europe which have outlawed surrogacy sent letters to ten IVF treatment centers in Mumbai, warning against providing services to their citizens before they are made aware of the difficult process they have to move through to obtain citizenship for his or her children.