A Sibling DNA Test helps to determine a biological relationship between two or more siblings. This testing option is normally used to help determine if the sibling share the same biological father.
Can a sibling test be used for legal purposes? Yes! Legal DNA sibling tests are most commonly used for the purposes of immigration, adoption and social security situations.
Buccal cotton swabs are the most commonly used sample collection option used by the majority of labs today. Blood can also be used as a sample collection option as well.
An At-Home DNA test is also known as a Non-Legal test. This test is tested the same exact way as a legal test but, the result can not be used for any legal purpose. A result can only be used for informational purposes only. Most commonly used to determine if two siblings share the same biological father.
Full vs Unrelated Sibling test is a Sibling DNA test where two or persons share the same biological mother and father versus being completely unrelated.
Full vs Half Sibling test is a sibling DNA test where two or persons share the same biological mother to determine the probability of sharing the same biological father. It always recommended the mother be included in the testing process if available.
Half vs Unrelated Sibling test is a sibling DNA test where two or more persons who do not share the same biological mother but need to determine the probability of sharing the same biological father. It is always recommended that at least one of the alleged siblings involved with test have their mother partake in the testing process for inaccuracy if available.
It is important to note, there is no additional cost for 1 mother to partake in a sibling DNA test. If you would like to learn more about siblingship DNA testing process or would like to coordinate an appointment. Please contact IDTO today at 877-680-5800 or 347-735-5490 to get started.
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