As you can see, India is no longer an option for international infertility patients:
While welcome news to many, there is one issue that may cause significant problems down the road — what will happen with the tens of thousands of cryorpreserved eggs, embryo and sperm that remain in the custody of Indian IVF facilities? There have been uncorroborated reports that, as part of this ban, these gametes/embryos will not be permitted to be transferred out of India – potentially ending any dream these patients have of becoming parents.
If you have sperm, eggs or embryos stored in India, I strongly encourage you to reach out to your IVF facility and attorney immediately to try to arrange to have them transferred out of the country.
With India joining other countries banning surrogacy such as Nepal and Thailand, as well as claims of irregulatiries in countries like Ukraine and Mexico, there are very few options left to infertility patients. Please be sure you consult with a professional so that you are protected.