DNA Sampling

At the request of the member states’ governments, IOM collects DNA samples in support of family members wishing to migrate. Studies have shown that unified familes have a better chance of assimilating into a new country.

By collecting DNA samples on behalf of governments, IOM seeks to assist migrants that otherwise would be unable to prove family relationships as supporting documentation for migrants in Vietnam is sometimes missing or unverifiable.

If you have a question about DNA sampling, including applicants who have scheduled a DNA sampling appointment, please use the form below. 

Please contact our Operations Team for more details:

Ha Noi
Level 23rd, Building 72 Keangnam Hanoi Tower,
Pham Hung Street, Me Tri Ward,
Nam Tu Liem District, Ha Noi.

Tel: (+84.24) 3736 6258
Hotline: (+84-9) 66 319 066
E-mail: hanoi@iom.int

Ho Chi Minh City
1B Pham Ngoc Thach Street,
Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.
Tel: (+84.28) 3822 2057
Fax: (+84.28) 38221780
E-mail: hcmc@iom.int

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IOM Vietnam is open from Monday to Friday:

Health Assessment Programme in Hanoi:

  • Morning:     08:00 - 12:00 hours.
  • Afternoon:  13:00 - 17:00 hours.

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  • Afternoon:  13:00 - 17:00 hours.
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