The gestational carrier of surrogacy treatment in Nevada is not required to reside in the state. At the time of signing the contract with the intending parents (and, if there are any, with the donors), she must have previously performed a complete medical evaluation for the pregnancy. In addition, she must have received legal advice from an independent attorney to ensure that she understands the terms of the contract and its legal consequences to all intents and purposes.
It should be stressed that the gestational carrier can never provide her eggs. Therefore, the traditional surrogacy method is not contemplated in the Nevada Statutes.