Do You Need a Legal DNA Paternity Test?

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A Legally Admissible DNA Paternity Test and the associated documentation process, called the “chain of custody process”, ensures that your DNA test results will be legally admissible in a court of law for paternity and other government agencies such as the U.S. Embassy and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The Chain of Custody process requires samples to be taken by a neutral third party.Therefore test participants are required to go to one of our local Service Center locations to have their DNA samples collected for submission to the lab.

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The Chain of Custody process proves and satisfies the following legal requirements:

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 Samples are collected by an impartial third party, such as a clinic or laboratory.

 The individuals tested are positively identified (i.e. They present a government-issued ID and they are photographed and may be fingerprinted for records.).

 The samples are carefully tracked and matched to each test participant throughout the entire DNA testing process.

When you come to the sample collection appointment, you will be asked to do the following to meet the Chain of Custody requirements:

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Present government-issued identification for the adults

Present a form of identification for minors, like a birth certificate or social security card

Be photographed and may be fingerprinted

Complete a Client Identification and Consent Form (the minor’s consent form should be signed by the legal guardian)

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