IMMIGRATION TESTING - $800 ASK FOR OUR PAYMENT PLAN
Working with AABB-accredited facilities for immigration cases. The USCIS (the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) form I-130 (or others). Immigration DNA testing will speed up your immigration-application approval.
We provide DNA-testing for USCIS Requests. Immigration Visa Applications, Embassies Overseas, Consular Report of Births Abroad, Paternity, Maternity, and Siblings tests. How It Works: GENOMICS WILL START YOUR CASE: When you get the paperwork from USCIS requesting DNA proof of a family relationship, it’s time to start.
DNA-COLLECTION: Genomics will input your case with the foreign-country embassy or physician and send all documentation to them. We arrange for DNA collection and make the DNA appointment for you in the U.S. How It Works: 1. THE GENOMICS TEAM WILL GET YOU STARTED.
Once you receive paperwork from USCIS or another agency requesting DNA evidence of a family relationship, it’s time to start. DDC asks you to send/fax a copy of the USCIS paperwork and provide contact info for all test participants
Family relationships when birth records are missing. Genomics DNA tests for Immigration help you get the answers you need to reconnect with your family. And the best part is that we streamline the process for you! At Genomics DNA, we maintain thousands of collection sites in the U.S. to ensure we have a collection site near you. All shipments to the foreign embassies are priority shipped, guaranteeing the fastest processing of your case. When you need proof of relationship in situations where birth records are insufficient or non-existent, a Genomics DNA immigration test is the right one for you. Call to get started today!
Testing is performed by our AABB accredited laboratory so that results are accepted by all embassy and USCIS offices worldwide; follow up with your I-130 form. All U.S. collection fees are included. Provides proof of relationship when birth records are insufficient or missing. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the department that would request an interview for immigration DNA testing.