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What is Immigration DNA Testing?

An immigration DNA testing service is designed to establish biological relationships between individuals seeking immigration to a particular country. The collected samples are analyzed to determine the genetic relatedness and confirm or establish parent-child or sibling relationships. Immigration DNA testing is commonly requested in cases where traditional documentation, such as birth certificates or other legal records, is insufficient or in question.

The results from these tests are utilized as evidence to support immigration applications, reunite families, or resolve uncertainties in cases where biological relationships need verification. This is generally an administrative formality, but is a crucial step in the VISA application process. 

Our testing facility is ISO 18385:2016, ISO9001:2015, and ISO/IEC 17025 certified company that employs state-of-the-art Autosomal STR Markers kit, ensuring 100% accuracy.


  • USCIS Requests: The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services may require DNA testing to confirm family relationships in support of immigration applications.
  • Immigration Visa Applications: In cases where individuals are applying for immigration visas based on family relationships, DNA testing may be requested to confirm the claimed biological ties.
  • Consular Reports of Births Abroad: DNA testing can be used to support claims of parentage in consular reports of births abroad, ensuring accurate documentation for children born to U.S. citizens overseas.
  • Embassies Overseas: U.S. embassies and consulates may request DNA testing to verify relationships when individuals are seeking immigration benefits or visas.
  • Paternity, Maternity, Sibling, and Other Relative Testing: DNA testing can be employed to establish various familial relationships, such as paternity, maternity, and sibling connections, providing crucial evidence in immigration cases where biological relationships need verification

DISCLAIMER: This test result may not be defendable in a court of law for the establishment of paternity/relationship and other legally related issues because the samples used for the peace of mind test are not collected under a strict chain of custody or on an honourable court’s order by a third neutral party, and the Laboratory is unable to verify the origin of the samples. The names of the testing parties that may be listed in this report were submitted by the customer and are not independently verified. For inaccurate or misspelt patient information, the laboratory disclaims any liability.

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