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How to Pay IOM Tuberculosis Test Fee

You must be tested for tuberculosis if you are traveling to the UK for more than 6 months and a resident of Nigeria or Benin.

Your test must be from a clinic approved by the Home Office. Test certificate from any other clinic in Nigeria will not be accepted.

The fee for tuberculosis screening is 130 US Dollars (or its equivalent in Naira). The fee will be payable in local currency at the prevailing exchange rate advised by the IOM. You will pay the IOM directly for the cost of your tuberculosis test. The cost of the test is in addition to the visa application fee.


The test fee does not cover treatment if you have tuberculosis.


Payment account:
Payment should be made to the respective bank accounts below through bank transfer. Please include your international passport number as the reference when making the transfer and bring the proof of payment (transfer receipt) when reporting for medical examination. Cash payment will not be accepted by the examining centre.

Lagos, Nigeria
Bank: Standard Chartered Bank
Account Name: International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Account Number: 0001855256
Sort Code: 068080017

Abuja, Nigeria
Bank: Standard Chartered Bank
Account Name: International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Account Number: 0001847002
Sort Code: 068080017 
 
The test fee does not cover treatment if you have tuberculosis.


Payment modalities:
Payment can be made through bank deposit in any Standard Chartered Bank branch in Nigeria or through bank transfer.

You will be requested to present proof of payment (statement) when reporting for medical screening. The all-inclusive non-refundable fee is an amount equivalent to USD130.00 (one hundred and thirty dollars) paid in Naira for each visa applicant aged 11 years or more and an amount equivalent to USD
52.00 (fifty two dollars) paid in Naira for each child under 11 years. The prevailing IOM exchange rate applies.

NOTE: If you are paying by bank transfer, please remember to leave enough time (3-4days) for the payment to go through to us before the scheduled appointment and bring along clear evidence of payment. It can take from 1 to 3 days for the funds to appear in the receiving account. Please note that we will issue certificates only when your payment arrives at IOM account, not when you send your payment.

Required identification and registration documents:
1. Valid International passport
2. UNHCR registration document / Alien card.
3. Proof of payment (statement)


Procedure:
  • Pay the examination fee to the above bank details and obtain proof of payment.
  • Report to the IOM Migration Health Assessment Centre between 8.30 am and 12.00 Noon (except Fridays) for registration and medical screening. Ensure to come with valid identification documents
  • and proof of payment.
  • After registration, you will be taken to an IOM partner clinic for chest x-ray if you are aged 11 years or more. A questionnaire will be completed for children less than 11 years old and will only be taken
  • for chest x-ray if there is clinical indication for TB screening.
  • A consent form will be signed before medical screening for each individual. Parents or guardians will sign consent form for individuals below 18 years.
  • Additional tuberculosis tests (sputum smears and culture) will be requested if there are abnormal chest x-ray findings suggestive of either active or inactive tuberculosis infection which will take up to eight (8) weeks to obtain negative results.
  • If you are diagnosed with infectious tuberculosis, you will be referred for treatment. Tuberculosis treatment is free under the National Tuberculosis Control Program and it takes a minimum of six months to complete treatment.
  • A medical certificate will be issued as per the time mentioned above.
  • Female applicants of childbearing age may be requested to undergo a pregnancy test if they are not sure of their pregnancy status.


Approved test clinics

You must be tested at one of the IOM clinics below which have been approved by the Home Office. Tuberculosis test certificate from any other clinic in Nigeria will not be accepted.
 
Lagos
Migration Health Assessment Centre (MHAC)
No. 1 Isaac John Street (at the corner of Isaac John Street and Oduduwa Way)
G.R.A. Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria.

Tel: +234(0) 807 219 1112 or 080 2226 4059 or 0909 999 1256
Email: iomlagosmedicalbooking@iom.int

Working Hours for Lagos Office:
Monday to Thursday:  07:30 am to 12:00 pm.
Friday:  07:30 am to 09:00 am

 
Abuja
Migration Health Assessment Centre (MHAC) 
 No. 55 Hassan Musa Katsina Road (at the junction of Hassan Musa Katsina Road and J-K Gadzama Street),
Asokoro, Abuja, Nigeria.

Tel: +234(0) 807 219 1122/0809 563 7898/0808 522 1427/0703 289 
Email: iomabujamedicalbooking@iom.int 

Working Hours for Abuja Office:
Monday to Thursday:  8.30 am to 12:30 pm Friday:  8.30 am to 10.00 am

12 comments:

  1. please whats the adviced exchange rate for payment as at today 20th July 2020

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  2. The fee has been adjusted. It's now 150USD for 11 years and above and 60USD for below 11 years. So adjust your rate in Naira accordingly so you don't get caught unawares while making your payment.

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  3. Please how do I contact them on phone? Been calling since last week all the numbers are not connecting and the one that is connecting nobody is picking

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    1. Try this number for Abuja 07032898491. Someone picked today 6th October 2020

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  4. Your post is nice and very informative thanks for sharing keep it up. we also provide service for Clinic Approval. for more information visit on our website.

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  5. Good afternoon please l have been trying to call d tuberculosis test centre in Lagos the lines is not going through.Please kindly present other direct numbers to be call to book for test in Lagos.Thank you

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  6. I have been trying to connect their Abuja office they are not reply their Email and numbers are switched off any means of reaching its urgent.

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  7. Please since its 150usd , how much do we pay in naira , secondly if we make transfer , how do we get proof of payment, would they see it through our phone.

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  8. Please someone should help me with a direct contact mobile number to abuja migration health assessment centre

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  9. I sent email to the Lagos IOM since 5days no response I wnat to book for test and get fee in naira for payment. I was at the Clinic today and the crwd6wa much. te security still asked me to keep calling for enquiry. This is tiring

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  10. I went to Abuja on the 19th of November after several attempt to reach them and they later gave me a date for the 15 of December, but I went to Abuja last week with my payment receipt without appointment I was allowed to do the test same day. I only explained to them that my school needs it today tomorrow and I was allowed to do it.

    Not only me other people also were allowed to do the test provided you have paid 57,800 and come with the receipt I tried and I worked for me. Hope that helps.

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  11. The appointment given to me by email was 15th of December but I went on the 19th of November because of the urgency and it worked

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