Ghana Immigration DNA Testing process: What you need to know.

Families often times do not know where to begin when they receive a request for evidence (RFE) letter from the U.S. Embassy in Ghana or, USCIS in America. DNA Testing NYC will help assist your family through this entire process if you received an RFE . Our focus is to make sure your family receives the best accurate and affordable DNA relationship testing service and experience. Below are the things you will need in order to begin the Ghana DNA testing process for immigration purposes.

  1. A Request for Evidence letter must have been received from an Embassy or USCIS.
  2. Upon receipt contact 646-383-9778 to coordinate an appointment.
  3. Once an appointment has been set for the petitioner in the U.S. The laboratory will be responsible for shipping your test kit to the Embassy in Ghana.
  4. When the Embassy in Ghana receives the DNA test kit. The Embassy will be responsible for coordinating the appointment for the beneficiary in Ghana.
  5. After the Embassy contacts the beneficiary he or she will be given instructions on where their sample collection will take place and the cost of the sample collection fee.
  6. Once the beneficiary’s sample is collected, The Embassy will ship the samples back to the accredited laboratory here in the U.S.
  7. When the lab receives all the DNA samples. The result will be completed in 2-3 business days from the date in which the samples where received.
  8. The petitioner will be notified upon completion of their result and a physical copy will be sent to requesting immigration office and another will be sent to your home, office or anywhere you deem private.

What To Expect From Our Service

Fast, Accurate and Affordable DNA results in 2-3 business days
DNA Sample Collection Technicians with over 10 plus years experience.
Easy Appointment set-up
No Hidden Fees
Facilities that we partner with are accredited by AABB to conduct legal, chain of custody testing for Immigration and Court.
Results are recognized by USCIS, Embassies, Passport Agencies, and Family Courts

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