Did you recently receive a Request for Evidence letter from USCIS providing you the opportunity to submit secondary evidence and DNA testing was one of your options? If you answered, Yes. Please allow IDTO DNA testing center the opportunity to help assist your family with your DNA relationship testing needs today by contacting our office at 888-204-0583.
Technically, there no such thing as USCIS DNA test because USCIS does not offer DNA testing services. When USCIS issues a Request For Evidence (RFE) letter and mails it to your home. The RFE letter suggests or provides an option for a petitioner to submit secondary evidence. One of the secondary evidence options provided is DNA testing.
Getting started is simple. Once you receive a Request for Evidence letter from USCIS. Please contact IDTO Immigration DNA Testing Center services at 888-204-0583 and allow one of our DNA Relationship Testing Consultants the opportunity to coordinate an appointment today.
The cost of a USCIS immigration DNA test would be determined by how many people are involved with the DNA test and where they live. Pricing starts at $450.00 and up.
For DNA sample collection appointments please do not hesitate to contact our office today at 888-204-0583 to get started.
As we understand it, performing a DNA test for the purposes of submitting evidence to a USCIS Office is voluntary. It should be noted, Although testing is voluntary. A DNA test is the most accurate option for evidence to prove a biological relationship.
Although there are DNA Testing companies that make claims that your results are guaranteed. As we understand it, USCIS may take your DNA test result into consideration towards making a determination on issuing a visa in your case. In other words, there is no guarantee that USCIS will issue a visa based on your DNA test result alone. I am sure there are other factors outside of DNA testing that help USCIS issue a visa. That being said, DNA testing is considered the best and reliable option currently to help prove a biological relationship. Which is probably why immigration suggests this as an option. It is also important to remember that immigration will only consider DNA test results from a DNA parentage lab that is accredited by the AABB only.
Yes. Once you begin the testing and have your sample collected here in the U.S. The will be responsible for shipping a request for DNA sample collection test kit to U.S. Embassy to your home country. Once the Embassy receives the kit. The Embassy will be responsible for coordinating the sample collection appointment for your child not the DNA laboratory. After your child’s samples are collected. The samples will be sent back to the DNA lab in the U.S. to be tested and analyzed.
Unfortunately, No. It is an important part of the Immigration DNA testing process that is required in order to remain compliant with how USCIS wants secondary evidence to be submitted.
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