Philippines Immigration DNA Testing
The USCIS center or U.S. embassy may or may not suggest a specific laboratory to perform the DNA testing. Paternity Testing Labcan provide the DNA testing services you need. Contact us today at 800 523-6487 or 206-382-9591.
Here is an overview of the DNA testing portion of the immigration process:
Step 1. It is recommended that you obtain the services of an attorney familiar with Immigration Law. Paternity Testing Labcannot give legal advice, or answer any questions concerning the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service regulations. The attorney will help you contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service to initiate the process and to obtain the (necessary) Immigration case number or numbers.
Step 2. To prove their relationship to each person who wishes to come to the United States (mother/child, father/child, siblings) to the satisfaction of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, a DNA test may be required.
Step 3. Paternity Testing Labis approved by the U.S. State Department to conduct DNA testing for immigration purposes.
Genelex's responsibilities are:
It is possible that the Embassy will ask for a fee to be paid for taking the sample(s). We cannot tell when this will or will not happen; nor can we estimate the cost for this service. It is set arbitrarily at the embassies.
STEP 4. Once the Embassy sends us your family member(s) DNA samples, it will take our lab approximately 5-7 business days to complete the testing. All payment will be due before releasing results of the test. We will then send the client and the Embassy the results. The Embassy will also receive a copy of the entire “Chain of Custody” packet as required.
If you have any questions about DNA testing, please call our Immigration Team at 800-523-6487 or 206-382-9591 (outside the United States). You may also request a call. Please note that immigration testing cannot be ordered online.