DNA Testing in Jamaica for Immigrant Families
IDTO DNA Paternity Testing Center helps assist Jamaican families who have family members trying to immigrate to the U.S. and, need to provide additional proof of a biological relationship to immigration. Below are is a brief overview of what your family expect when going through the Paternity testing process for immigration purposes.
How the process works:
Here is what you can expect from the Immigration DNA Testing in Jamaica process.
- The petitioner will receive a letter or email from USCIS, Embassy or Passport Agency requesting your family to provide additional proof of a biological relationship.
- After receipt of your request letter, You may contact our office to learn about DNA sample collection appointments at 877-680-5800.
- All DNA tests for immigration purposes are under the strict direction and supervision of an AABB Accredited Laboratory to ensure the proper legal chain of custody testing is performed. To learn more about our relationship testing services please call 877-680-5800.
- Once your samples are collected and arrive at the DNA lab. The laboratory will ship a DNA kit to the Embassy in your country on your family’s behalf.
- Embassies are responsible for coordinating DNA sample collections abroad.
- After your family members’ samples are collected, they will be shipped back to the laboratory.
- Once all samples arrive at the laboratory they will be analyzed and a copy of the completed DNA result will be sent to the requesting immigration office. A copy will be also sent to the petitioner.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does Immigration DNA Test cost for Jamaica?
The cost of a DNA test will vary depending on the number of people involved with your family’s DNA test. Pricing starts at
$625.00 for 2 people. To learn more about our relationship testing services call 877-680-5800.
Why does my family have to perform a DNA test?
Families who are given the option to use a Paternity test to provide proof of biological relationship are given this option due to lack of evidence submitted by their family to an Embassy or USCIS. In order to get the process started. The Embassy or USCIS must provide your family with a documentation letter that offers an option to perform DNA Testing. The document must have the USCIS or an Embassy letterhead.
Having the necessary documentation will allow your family to have a much smoother process. It also should be noted that there are certain instances where documents may not be issued. To learn more about our relationship testing services call 877-680-5800.
How do I schedule my DNA test appointment at the U.S. Embassy?
For Immigrant Visa cases (case numbers beginning with KNG): Once a DNA kit arrives at the U.S. Embassy, the Consular Section will contact applicants by phone to schedule a DNA appointment (using the phone number the petitioner provided to the U.S. lab for DNA testing).
For USCIS cases (case numbers beginning with WAC/EAC/SRC/LIN/MSC and NBC): Once a DNA kit arrives at the U.S. Embassy, the Consular Section will contact applicants by phone to schedule a DNA appointment (using the phone number the petitioner provided to the U.S. lab for DNA testing). Check out the U.S. Embassy in Jamaica website.
What do I bring to the U.S. Embassy on the day of my DNA Test appointment?
Each person being tested must bring the following documents or you will be turned away:
Photocopy of current passport’s biographic information page
Two (2) passport size photographs
Receipt from Andrews Memorial Hospital in Kingston showing payment of US$30 for each person who is being tested