The Central Authority of Vietnam has accredited Sunrise to find loving families for children living in orphanages.
Children are usually 18 months to 3 years old at time of proposal and 22 months to 3 ½ years of age at time of placement.
There are older children and sibling groups in need of families. We have received proposals for children up to the age of 6 years.
The children reside in orphanages.
Adopting parents cannot select the sex of the child they wish to adopt. Some of the children are abandoned at birth; others are placed for adoption by their birth families. It is common that there is no background information known about the child’s birth parents or pre-natal risk factors.
Children from Vietnam have medical tests done before they are proposed for adoption. These tests include a standard panel of blood tests as well as tests for Hepatitis and HIV infection.
The eligibility criteria to adopt from Vietnam are:
An adoptive parent must be 20 years older than the child.
A couple must be married, with or without children.
Single female applicants are permitted.
Same gender couples are not accepted.
If you are a Vietnamese citizen with Permanent Resident Status in Canada or a Vietnamese/Canadian citizen wishing to adopt a relative child in Vietnam then we can assist.
The child must be under 15 years of age and related to you.
Vietnam is a signatory to the Hague International Adoption Convention and the adoption of a relative child must proceed pursuant to the procedures of that Convention. This is a complicated process, and we are able to assist you in obtaining the necessary approvals from the authorities in both countries.
For further information please contact our Managing Director at Sunrise.
Residents of Ontario and Quebec are required to use agencies in their home province.