TVN24 reporters Jacek Smaruj and Monika Gawrońska-Mróz reached women who take money to give birth "on order". The tax rate is approximately one hundred thousand zloty.
Biological father and paid replacement
Half poverty if the biological father can "order". Then he just delivers his sperm to the surrogate mother. After the birth of the ordered child, the woman names a biological father and, after a few weeks before a civil court, renounces the rights of the newborn. Then the real partner or the wife of a man can become an adoptive mother.
– If I had known before that such a thing was possible in Poland, I would not have renovated my grandmother's house, but I would have decided twice and bought a finished apartment. I will have my loans repaid and I will be reassured ̵
In most cases, a couple wishing to have a child covers all or a larger part of the agreed amount in cash, the rest in smaller installments or the pregnant woman a monthly "salary".
If a couple can not have children
If both partners can not have children, the matter is more complicated. The pregnant woman must give the impression that the client is a biological father, she reports this in the registry office. The court does not usually check the correctness of their words. Sometimes a pregnant woman has to disappear from the world's eyes: for example, she suddenly decides to "work abroad". Most of the money usually comes after the delivery.
According to TVN24 reporters, thousands of couples choose to take the risk: whether in Poland or abroad. Adoption is very difficult in our country and spreads over years, while the adoption of a newborn borders on a miracle. In vitro, however, it is a costly process that does not always prove effective.
Deputy Minister: the problem exists
Michał Wójcik admits in an interview with TVN24 reporters that this procedure can also take place "on an industrial scale" because a declaration of intent is sufficient that the registrar recognizes him as a biological father and for the specified child cares. Both politicians and organizations such as the Polish Women Can Everything foundation want to put an end to these practices. They consider them harmful and "under humanity". The Ministry of Justice has announced imprisonment of up to 5 years for illegal or circumvented child adoption options.