Under what circumstance will your family be asked to provide a DNA Test result to Immigration?
Immigration, whether it’s USCIS, the U.S. Embassy or the Passport Agency your family will be asked to submit documents like medical records, photographs of the petitioner and beneficiary together and phone records etc. In the event you are missing any of the suggested documents Immigration required or if there is a mis-spelling on a birth certificate or something along those lines. It would almost certain Immigration may give your family the option to perform a DNA Test.
If Immigration requires my family to perform a DNA Test mean my case will be canceled?
No. Your case can only be canceled if you do respond to Immigration’s office action in the allotted time given by Immigration. If you would like to learn more about the immigration process please contact one of our Immigration DNA Testing Department at 646-902-1497.
Is DNA Testing mandatory for Immigration?
Not at this point in time. Although, there are laws that are currently being pushed to make this mandatory.
If you would like to learn more about the Immigration DNA Testing process click here or contact us directly for any questions, concerns or appointment scheduling at 646-902-1497.