Our gene detectives recreate the essential parts of a missing or deceased father’s genome and use that as a basis for paternity evaluation. This is painstaking work that requires state-of-the art equipment and processes combined with clever, experienced genetic scientists who have a knack for solving puzzles.
We utilize DNA from 4 persons:
- The child
- The mother
- 2 close male relatives of the alleged father (his father or full-brothers)
If the mother is not available then the test can be performed with 3 close male relatives of the alleged father at no additional charge.
Results may be used in court and for other official purposes as long as the chain-of-custody is maintained. This is not an “Immigration” test although some countries may permit its use for that purpose. USCIS does not and will advise you further when you open your CRBA case with them.
Beware of unaccredited labs. Even our informational (“Home)” tests are run by the same highly trained personnel on the same tightly calibrated equipment as our highly accredited (AABB, NATA, ISO, etc.) chain/”Legal” tests. We do not “farm-out” home tests to unaccredited subsidiaries.
NATA forms and processing available for an additional charge. Kindly email us the particulars of your case and be sure to inform us whether specimens are to be collected in or outside of Australia.
No hidden charges! Price includes all testing supplies with shipping to you or your attorney anywhere in the Philippines. You are only responsible for the small cost of postage to send your specimens back to the lab.