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Our Paternity Testing Locations or Patient Service Centers (PSCs) specialize in DNA Paternity Testing. Because of the chain of custody procedures, legal or court approved paternity tests must be completed at a PSC. However, non-legal tests can be done at home either by yourselves or through a mobile collector. When scheduling a paternity test with My DNA Paternity Testing Labs, a Case Manager schedules your appointment at the most convenient location for you. We want to make this process simple for you.
So what does multiple locations mean to you?
First and foremost, we eliminate the need for travel. Almost always, there is a service center within miles of your home or work which makes it easy for you to stop in and complete the test. If the alleged father and the child live in separate cities or states, let us handle that! Call your local center and tell the case manager about your situation. He or she will be happy to tell you which location will work best for each patient. The test process itself takes roughly 15-30 minutes, so calling ahead helps us to get you in and out quicker. Please feel free to stop in though… We always except walkins!
Second, we are able to work with embassies and tribes. We have obtained all of our certifications for tribal enrollment and immigration testing. Our local labs networking nationally help us keep our certifications. Please utilize our relationships to achieve your goals of immigrating to the United States or enrolling in a Native American tribe. Call and ask about our resources and start your process today!
Third, we are court approved both federally and in every state. For you, this means your results are accepted for tax purposes and for all state programs. Even if you move. You never have to be tested a second time with the child or alleged father!
Lastly, if you move need tested with another child or alleged father, you usually don’t have to submit another sample. You don’t have to be retested if your sample was taken in the last 7 years. Ergo, if there is a second child or second alleged father, we only need their sample. Please call and tell the case manager you have already been tested, and he or she will accommodate!