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Alicia Chappel

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2022-02-06 at 05:59:13


Alicia  & Adrian had one daughter of  their own  when they found out Alicia could not carry another child. With good quality embryos in Australia, Alicia decided to try a ‘Shipped Embryo’ surrogacy program n Georgia. She moved heaven and earth to ensure the embryos could be exported to Georgia and worked with Growing Families to help select an agency. When their son Aston was born on 23 October 202, Alicia flew on her own to Tbilisi, to be there for the birth and do all the paperwork for Australian citizenship and  passports. Adrian stayed home with their daughter. Alicia used Roman Deauna at Far & Wide Migration to facilitate the exit process

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