Immigration DNA Testing

photo of immigration rallyWhen families immigrate to this country, they are required to produce documentation that proves they’re related, such as a birth certificate or school records. But there are times when these aren’t enough for authorities because they may not be conclusive. In these cases, a DNA test may be required to ensure the immigration.

The person petitioning for immigration would then be tested, along with all beneficiaries who are coming into the country. The cost of the test is the responsibility of the petitioner.

Normally, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the department that would request such a DNA test. This would occur if the documents the petitioner supplied in the interview weren’t sufficient.

Other times, the family will voluntarily arrange for the testing to be performed out of an assumption that their paperwork won’t be enough.

To find out more about immigration testing, contact Choice DNA today. We’ll go over the entire process with you and will make it as painless as possible!

Top-quality DNA testing

Mexican AmericansWhen a family is told by the USCIS to get a DNA test done, it’s regarded as a key piece of evidence when it comes to their approval to be allowed to live in the country.

That’s why it’s important to have the testing done by a reputable laboratory. Our lab, DNA Diagnostic Center, is accredited by the AABB (formerly the American Association of Blood Banks) and holds international certifications from ACLASS Accreditation Services.

To get started on your procedure, we’ll need your file or case number, the names of the people who are to be tested and their relationships to one another. Once the testing is complete, our lab will ship the results directly to the requested immigration office.

Call our office to talk to a personal consultant who will work with you throughout the process. Once we receive a minimum deposit, we can get started. The report will be sent to the immigration office within two working days of receiving the samples in the lab.

If one or both of the parents is already a U.S. citizen and they want to bring a biological child into the country, a DNA test will also be required. Our AABB-certified laboratory will handle everything for you with ease.

If you have any questions at all about immigration testing, contact the caring professionals at Choice DNA. We’ve helped countless people go through this process and are here for you as well.