DNA Testing samples saliva, hair, or blood to examine a person’s DNA. Each parent provides half of their DNA profile to their child’s DNA code, while the other parent contributes the other half. Studying that DNA can determine whether people are related to each other and to what degree (parent, grandparent, aunt, cousin, etc.).
America’s immigration agencies use paternity, maternity, and kinship dna testing in their immigration decision-making practices
A paternal DNA test confirms Paternity by testing the Alleged Father and Child. A paternity test can be conducted with or without Mother.
A Maternal DNA test confirms Maternity by testing the Alleged Mother and Child. A maternity test can be conducted with or without Father.
A Sibling DNA test confirms siblingship by testing 2 Siblings and 1 Mother.
A Grandparent DNA test confirms Paternity by testing 1 Alleged Grandparent and a Child. A Grandparent paternity test can be conducted with or without mother.
A Pre- Natal DNA Test is performed to determine an unborn child's sex before birth.