Immigration Tests

What is it?

A DNA immigration test is a paternity, maternity or kinship test conducted at the request of the US Embassy or the Department of Homeland Security, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Why should I use it?

You need to legally authenticate your family to aid them in obtaining a visa and eventually citizenship. The results will be submitted to the immigration authorities. You do not need an attorney to purchase this test.

What happens next?

Please complete our Call Back form and a representative will reach out to you and help you select the appropriate test below for your unique immigration needs.

Immigration tests typically require one of the following:
DNA Maternity Test. A DNA maternity test will test the relationship between a child and his/her alleged mother.   

DNA Paternity Test. A DNA paternity test will test the relationship between a child and his/her alleged father.

DNA Kinship Test. A DNA kinship test will test the relationship between two or more individuals to assess if they are biologically related (i.e., to confirm relatedness to an aunt, uncle, or grandparent).  Note the US Embassy may not accept this type of test.  Please check with your Department of State/Embassy official.

The following is the basic information needed to process and schedule your test.

  • Names of the child(ren) and adult(s) involved in the test
  • Current contact information for all involved parties
  • A return address or email address for the results
  • A valid credit card for payment
  • Required government documents

FEES:

A standard legal immigration test costs $275 per person.  

SCHEDULE:

After your order is confirmed, our representatives will follow up by phone and/or email. You will be asked to supply required USCIS or US Embassy documents.  Once received, LabCorp will schedule your DNA samples collections. LabCorp has more than 900 company-operated sites in the US, and we have contracts with more than 10,000 locations globally. We can also facilitate international collections.