family adoption


There are 3 main ways people utilize DNA testing for adoption purposes.

Option 1

The first way most people use an adoption DNA test is when a child is to be adopted by a new family. In order for the process to be completed, the biological parents have to give consent.

Through our experience with this process, the alleged father in most instances is the party that needs to give consent and often times is required to perform a DNA Paternity Test in order to verify that he is the biological father.

Option 2

The second use for adoption DNA testing Is for immigration purposes. The process is known as intercountry adoption is the process by which you adopt a child from a country other than your own through permanent legal means and then bring that child to your country of residence to live with you permanently.

If this is your current situation or consideration it is important to know that a DNA test may be required between the child and their current guardian if available in order to Complete the process. Over the years, this particular scenario has seldom occurred through our company.

Option 3

The last option is a DNA Test for people who are in search their familial lineage. This particular option DNA Ancestry is a DNA Test we currently do not offer.

If you would like to learn more about the DNA Testing (Maternity & Paternity) for adoption purposes. Please contact our office today at 646-383-9778.

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