Is DNA Testing suggested or required by immigration authorities such as U.S. Embassies and USCIS in order to prove relationship between an immigration petitioner and beneficiary. When the immigration petitioner and beneficiary do not have enough documentation to prove they are related, U.S. Embassies and USCIS usually recommend DNA Testing to prove the relationship beyond any doubt. Immigration DNA Testing must be initiated, performed, and tested by an AABB-Accredited Laboratory in order to be admissible by U.S. Embassies and USCIS. Beware of using Resellers because your test results will be deemed unreliable.
(If you need to do a DNA test and want your results to be legally biding for any reason (U.S. immigration, family court, U.S. Passport agencies, U.S. Department of Justice, among others), you need to make sure that you are handling your test with an actual AABB accredited DNA testing laboartory. There are many places that present themselves as AABB accredited laboratories, but the truth is that they are just third party re-sellers that take your case and give it away to the lowest bidding laboratory. Given that they do not have any type of accreditation or legal responsibility, their involvement is seen by authorities as a secuirty breach of the process and reject all evidence that was initiated by them. DNA analysis is a process that requires the utmost experienced professionals with the proper credentials and expertise so that the evidence you obtain can be credible and trust worthy.)