Immigration DNA Testing
DNA testing is used to verify the biological relationship between the petitioner and beneficiary most commonly used for Visa applications for citizenship or adoption. DNA testing is commonly used to establish paternity, maternity, siblingship, half-siblingship, paternal or maternal grandparents. DNA testing is reliable and is accepted as proof when completed by an AABB (American Association of Blood Bank) accredited Lab. DNA testing can be used as proof when no other documentation is available. Legal DNA immigration testing is only accepted by the USCIS by AABB accredited labs.
We partner with DNA Diagnostics Center, an AABB accredited lab, and can help you with the process of completing your DNA testing. DNA testing can be done with a number of bodily fluids and tissues. The most common way of testing DNA is an buccal (oral mouth) swab of the cheek.
STEPS FOR GETTING THE PROCESS STARTED:
1. Bring your paperwork from USCIS or U.S. Embassy requesting DNA evidence of the claimed relationship between the petitioner and beneficiary.
2. Provide contact information for each person to be tested.
3. Southwest Screening Solutions and DNA Diagnostics will assign your case to an immigration specialist and set up a time for testing.
Give us a call at (620) 255-6591 for more information!