After two years of searching on various methods of becoming parents, my partner and I where very flustered. It seemed that domestic adoption was out of our reach and nearly impossible, international adoption was off-limits because we where a same sex couple, domestic surrogacy cost more than our home and that left international surrogacy. In India, surrogacy has been commercialized. It is widely accepted, the society has legalized the use of surrogacy and for US citizens on a budget, the exchange rate is incredible. So incredible that you can actually work with two surrogate mothers at the same time!
Some people say their are ethical reasons why a US citizen, or citizen from any country really, should not go to India for fertility treatment or assisted reproduction. However, once you find out just how hard it is to seek the same services in the US or whatever country you live in, India's monetary exchange rate is very attractive.