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Can I Get a Paternity Test While Pregnant?

With the widespread availability of at-home paternity testing kits, thousands of parents are finding reliable results for that all-important question: “Who is the father of the baby?” But kits on the retail shelves are designed only for after the baby’s born. What about a paternity test while pregnant?  Some of the reasons you might want…

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Can I Do a Sibling DNA Test for Immigration?

Can you do a sibling DNA test for immigration? Yes—according to a new U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) policy update. Positive results for a sibling  test for immigration or a half-sibling test are now accepted as proof of relationship, providing you test through an AABB-accredited laboratory. New threshold requirements for confirming a biological relationship…

Twins DNA Testing: Identical or Fraternal?

Twins DNA Testing: Identical or Fraternal?

     Are Your Twins Identical or Fraternal? Without a doubt, this is a question all parents of look-alike twins get every time they break out the double-stroller, pack up the extra-large diaper bag, and go out into the world. If your parenting life is double-the-fun, you may think you already know the answer…

Paternity Fraud Top 3 Questions

Paternity Fraud: Your Top 3 Questions Answered

    Because DDC is a highly-accredited and trusted paternity-testing lab, we handle large numbers of customer questions every week via phone call, email, and social media. We sometimes get inquiries about the possibility of paternity fraud, especially when a news story on the subject pops up. Here are the top three questions we get…

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Your Immigration DNA Test: Must-Know Basics

  Immigration to the United States is a dream for many, especially if they already have family members living in America. The process takes a lot of time and there are many hurdles that must be cleared before the move is approved. Fortunately, the part in the process that requires proof of a family relationship has…