DNA Test Options
The maternity DNA test determines whether a tested woman is the biological mother of a tested child. This test is often required by Immigration.
The grandparent DNA test is performed in the absence of an alleged father, it determines the relationship between a child and the parents of the alleged father. Both paternal grandparents are required to perform this test.
The Prenatal DNA test is for individuals who wish to establish paternity prior to the child’s birth. This test requires that you contact your OB/GYN in advance to see if they will obtain the sample via amniocentesis.
The DNA twin zygosity test determines whether twins are fraternal or identical. This is the only definitive way of establishing if twins are in fact identical and can help with future coping issues.
The sibling DNA test determines whether two children share one or both parents. This test is often used if the father is unavailable and for Peace of Mind.
Once you receive notification from Immigration (INS) notifying you that DNA testing is required, simply call us and we will handle it from there! All of our testing is AABB & Immigration Accredited. You will need to provide the Immigration case number.
An infidelity semen detection test is performed confidentially on stains or garments. It can also be used to detect and compare DNA.