Citizens of the United States citizens can petition for their spouses, parents, children or siblings to immigrate to the United States and permanent residents can do so for their spouses and unmarried children.
In most cases, sufficient written records exist to validate relationships and satisfy the requirements of the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services Department. If more evidence is required, a voluntary DNA test may be necessary. Tests are typically requested for immigration and passports and sometimes for other reasons.
Court Admissible Paternity Testing
Generations DNA Testing provides world-wide access to Court Admissible DNA Paternity testing and a host of related relationship testing services. Our lab possesses the highest accreditations available.
Individual DNA Profile
There are many reasons why an individual may want a copy of their individual DNA Profile. There are estate planning rationale, dangerous careers and careers and travel abroad. Some parents also obtain DNA profiles on their children in the event of a missing child.
If something unforeseen occurs, it could save time and resources if a DNA profile is readily available.
Estate Planning & DNA Profiles
A critical element of Estate planning includes an individual DNA profile. A DNA profile is an inexpensive step to ensure assets are conferred to the individual(s) decreed in legal documents and without dispute.
DNA results provide irrefutable evidence when a person claims to be a child or relative of a decedent, and makes a claim to the estate. DNA testing is the most accurate way of proving or disproving the claimed relationship.
DNA results can provide information in cases of suspected adultery. The process confirms that sample, creates a DNA Profile and compares it against a provided DNA reference sample. There are several options offered by GenerationsDNA; a case manager can assist in determining the best course of action for the client.