DNA Maternity Testing

Similar to a paternity test between a father and child. A Maternity DNA Test is a DNA test that helps to determine the biological relationship between a mother and child. Children inherit DNA from both parents, 50 percent from the father and 50 percent from the mother.

Even if the biological father is unavailable to be tested. A mother and child DNA test can conclusively be tested. Below are some of the most common scenarios uses Maternity DNA test result can be used.

  • Immigration
  • In-Vitro Fertilization
  • Adoption
  • Social Security

Getting Started

In order to perform a DNA test in the state of New York, you will be required to submit one of the following. A prescription from an NYS licensed Doctor, A Court Order or, A letter from an NYS licensed attorney. After you acquire one of the previously mentioned options. Just contact our office to coordinate your appointment today at 646-383-9778 to get started.

It also important for alleged fathers to note. Alleged fathers must have their name on the child’s birth certificate in order to perform a DNA test without the mother’s consent. If your name is not on the birth certificate. The mother or legal guardian of the child must give consent for legal DNA test results. 

A state-issued ID is required for people 18 years old and older. Please Note: The facilities we are partnered with are accredited by the AABB to conduct legal, chain of custody DNA relationship testing.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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 additional cost Mobile DNA Sample Collection services for New York City residents (selected areas)
Discreet Mobile Collections – DNA Techs and Vehicles Have No Insignia’s To Maintain Your Privacy 
No Hidden Fees
Facilities that we partner with are accredited by AABB to conduct legal, chain of custody testing.
Results are recognized by USCIS, Embassies, Passport Agencies and Family Courts