5280 Drug Testing provides DNA testing services across the country, as well as US Embassies across the world. The parties being tested do not need to be in the same location to test. We can arrange for testing to be completed at a location convenient to all parties.
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Most courts across the country require that legal paternity be verified by an AABB Accredited Laboratory. Until paternity is legally established the biological father has no legal rights to the child nor does the child have any right to receive financial support, inheritance, social security benefits, or obtain insurance through the father. Moreover, if the parents of the child were not legally married at the time of birth, the child does not have a legal father until paternity is established. Therefore, establishing legal paternity is not only important for the parents but the child as well.
United States citizens and lawful permanent residents can file a petition with the U.S. Embassy, Consulate, an overseas Refugee office or the U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for their spouses, parents, children or siblings to immigrate to the United States.
Our Ancestry DNA testing examines all your ancestral lines at once, to tell you which countries and ethnic groups your ancestors came from. We add an even higher level of resolution by telling you if your profile contains any of the 18 newly discovered ethnic markers. The test and ethnic panel confirm any Native American, African or Asian ancestry.
If the alleged father is deceased or unavailable for testing, a grand parentage or avuncular (aunt or uncle) DNA paternity test can be performed to determine the paternity of a child up to 99.9% accuracy in results. Testing can be used for legal or private (non-legal) purposes. Legal test results can be used for social security (SSI) benefits, inheritance, life insurance benefits, etc.
A siblingship DNA test is useful to determine if individuals are full brother and sister, half brothers and sisters or unrelated. To determine if twins are fraternal or identical, a DNA twin test can be performed. This test can also be used for legal and or private (non-legal) purposes.
Maternity/ Maternal DNA Testing is useful in cases where a child has been separated by adoption or some other reason to determine or confirm the biological relationship between a mother and child.