We offer many other, here is a list of just a few

Types of Test

Legal or InLab DNA Paternity Test

A DNA Test for Paternity establishes the identity of a child’s father.
A DNA Test becomes legal (or court-approved) when the samples are taken by an authorized third party (i.e. the witness) through chain-of-custody documentation, thereby making the results admissible in a court of law. 

Non-Legal or Home Paternity Testing

Nonlegal DNA Paternity Testing cannot be used in a court of law as evidence and is strictly for security and peace of mind between the mother and the father of a child. Our Home Testing option is our version of the nonlegal DNA paternity test. Our Home Testing Kit includes the same client authorization form that we file within the administrative office only your home becomes the lab and you become the technician. Do not worry! We are all certified at the administrative office and in the labs to help you execute the test effectively.

Noninvasive Prenatal DNA Paternity Testing

A prenatal test can be performed on or after the tenth week of the gestational period (pregnancy). An acknowledgement of paternity or a denial of paternity can be signed before or after the birth of a child; however, it does not take effect until after the birth of the child. Ergo, if the alleged father is in a position where he is paying for the mother’s medical care, it would be more cost effective to have a prenatal test performed to avoid payments. On the other hand, if the mother is in need of state or federal aid, a prenatal test will assist her in proving her need.

Post Mortem or “After Death” DNA Paternity Test

Our Post Mortem or “After Death” DNA Paternity Test is helpful in situations when one is trying to collect benefits of social security, life insurance, or trying to obtain medical records for future use. The sample from the beneficiary is conducted in lab just like out Legal Paternity Test, and the sample from the deceased is retrieved by a blood stain card or a hair sample. Unfortunately, this is the only situation in which we can use hair follicle testing.

Maternity DNA Testing

Maternity DNA Testing may seem unnecessary to most; however, there are situations when determining the biological mother of a child is important.
Immigration is the first condition when Maternity DNA Testing is vital. Adoption is another situation in which a DNA Maternity Test is necessary. Surrogacy is the most topical need for DNA Maternity Testing. Recently there has been a surge in the amount of United States parents utilizing surrogacy to have a baby. There are two variations of surrogacy: traditional and gestational.

Siblingship DNA Test

Two individuals are tested to determine whether they are half or full siblings, i.e. share one or both of their biological parents. Full siblings share both of their biological parents and half siblings share only one of their biological parents. My DNA Paternity Testing Lab can assist you in obtaining either of these tests. Siblingship Tests can be used to confirm paternity indirectly in cases when the alleged father is incapable or unwilling to participate in paternity test.

Avuncular DNA Testing (Aunts & Uncles)

Avuncular DNA Testing is used to determine the relatedness between a child and his or her uncle or aunt in the event that the biological parent that links the relationship is deceased or unavailable for paternity or maternity testing. Participation of the child’s other parent is strongly encouraged for more conclusive results, but not necessarily required.

DNA Testing for Immigration

As mentioned above, any of our types of tests can be used for immigration as long as it is a Legal In Lab DNA Test. We must however have the name and address of the United States Embassy along with your immigration case number to schedule the test.

DNA Testing for Tribal Enrollment

For tribal enrollment, we have several connections with tribal nations to help with your enrollment procedures. We are familiar with the tribal courts and the paperwork that needs to be organized for tribal member enrollment. A lot of times, it is necessary that either a paternity or a maternity and a paternity test is necessary for enrollment. Please call us at 866-GET-DNA9 to find out how we can help you with your special case. Click for More about Tribal Enrollment and Tribal Contacts.

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