Immigration DNA Testing
The U.S. government accepts DNA testing as sufficient evidence of a biological connection if other kinds of credible evidence like legal records, marriage certificates, and photographs, aren’t made available.
This is the only form of non-documentation that the authorities will accept as evidence of biological connection to obtain immigrant visas.
Most often, this Immigration DNA Testing is recommended by the Consular Officer.
Who can Immigration DNA Testing Help?
The authorities only accept the following DNA tests to establish biological relationships as other genetic tests to demonstrate relationships to other relatives such as aunts, uncles, etc., are much less reliable:
- Paternity Testing for Immigration
- Maternity Testing for Immigration
- Siblingship Testing for Immigration
How can I get an Immigration DNA Test?
When the Consular Officer has requested you get a DNA test performed, Here is what you have to do:
Call us now.
We only use licensed AABB laboratories. Don’t have somebody else call in your place – we need to speak with you.
Program your evaluation and come for your appointment.
We obtain DNA samples by means of a painless cheek swab. We stick to a court-admissible procedure, meaning that the test may be used for a variety of legal (such as immigration) cases.
It’s critical you know you’re going to be responsible for all fees involved with your Immigration DNA Test.
Wait for results.
From that point – we will manage everything and even send your test results to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate. We will also work with them to get a test kit to your relative – it’s important you do not interfere with this process or personally handle any kits or samples, as this could hinder your application process.
The U.S. Embassy or Consulate will be in touch regarding the status of your application process. Call today to get started on Immigration DNA Testing you can count on.