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Avoiding Delays in the Immigration Process

  In the absence of comprehensive documentation such as valid birth certificates, prospective immigrants and their sponsors can prove biological relationship through immigration DNA testing. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency (USCIS), working with the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Embassy locations worldwide, developed rules to ensure that accredited DNA-testing laboratories like DNA…

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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…

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5 Reasons You Might Need a Legal Paternity Test

When deciding between a peace-of-mind paternity test and a legal paternity test, it’s essential to consider what you need the results for.  Too many new parents hurry and do an at-home paternity test, thinking the results can be used for legal purposes—but the truth is courts won’t accept those results. Why? Because there’s no way…

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DNA Testing for Immigration: 5 Steps

DNA testing for immigration offers a reliable solution when encountering difficulties in documenting a biological relationship for immigration cases. These cases usually involve a family member who’s applying for U.S. resident status in the United States, but who does not have a reliable birth certificate or family records available. To definitively determine a family biological relationship, DNA…