DNA Testing New Jersey Services
Do you need reliable, accurate, and professional paternity testing and related DNA services in New Jersey? If you answer yes, please allow IDTO Immigration DNA Testing & Paternity Testing Center NJ the opportunity to assist you with your testing needs.
Schedule An Appointment:
Scheduling an appointment is simple. Call 973-718-4515 to schedule an appointment today. We have several sample collection sites in our network in New Jersey for easy and convenient in-office appointments. If you are unable to travel we do provide mobile DNA testing services throughout New Jersey.
Please note, All appointments are by appointment only. No walk-ins. Below are some of the DNA Testing services we provide.
DNA Relationship Testing Services
A paternity test helps to establish paternity by determining if an alleged biological father is related to a child.
Immigration DNA Testing:
An immigration DNA Test is used to prove a biological relationship between parents and children, between 2 or more siblings or an aunt and/or uncle with a niece or nephew.
Sibling DNA Testing:
A sibling DNA test helps to determine if two siblings share the same biological father, mother or both parents.
A maternity test helps to determine if a mother is biologically related to a child.
What To Expect From Our Service
– Fast, Accurate & Affordable DNA results in 1 to 3 business days.
– Professional DNA Sample Collection Technicians with over 18 plus years experience.
– Easy appointment set-up
– No Hidden Fees
– Results are recognized by the USCIS, Embassies, Passport Agencies, and Family Court.
– Facilities that we partner with are accredited by the AABB to conduct Immigration and legal chain of custody testing.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is a Paternity Test in New Jersey?
Looking for a paternity test? Pricing starts at $199.99 and up. Please contact us today at 973-718-4515 to schedule an appointment.
How long will it take to receive Paternity test results take?
The average turnaround time for results to complete is one to three business days from the date on which the lab receives all DNA samples for your case. Please keep in mind we also offer same-day expedited results for an additional cost. Contact our office today at 973-718-4515 to learn more.
What do I need to bring to my DNA sample collection appointment?
The items needed for a DNA sample collection appointment are as follows, state-issued ID like a New Jersey driver’s license, passport, or any state-issued ID with a photo. The best ID for minors under the age of 18 is a birth certificate or passport.Please contact our office at 973-718-4515 to schedule an appointment or order a Home DNA Test Kit.
Are my results confidential?
Yes. IDTO prides itself on not sharing our client’s information with third-party companies.
How do I get a court admissible paternity test in NJ?
Getting started is simple. Just contact our office today at 973-718-4515 to schedule an appointment. All legal DNA testing services we provide are recognized by Family Court Judges for the purposes of child support, birth certificate name changes just to name a few. Genetic samples are processed and analyzed by our partner AABB Accredited Laboratory to properly establish a legal chain of custody.
What’s the difference between a legal DNA test and non-legal DNA test?
Legal DNA testing results can be used for any legal reason such as birth certificate name change, Social Security, Immigration, Child Support or Child Custody cases etc. When performing a legal test a chain of custody has to be established, and all DNA samples must be collected by an unbiased third-party DNA sample collector.
A non-legal DNA test does not require a chain of custody to be established. Therefore, the results of this testing option can be used for any legal purpose. The results are for informational purposes only. If you need DNA testing services to prove any family relationship. Do not hesitate to contact our office at 973-718-4515 for appointments.
Does the custodial parent have to be present for paternity testing?
Yes. If you are performing a legal paternity test and the child is under the age of 18. The legal guardian must be present at the time of the child’s DNA sample collection appointment to give consent.
Normally, if an alleged father is a custodial parent he does not have to seek permission from to perform a legal paternity test.
If the mother is the custodial parent then the alleged father must get permission from the mother or legal guardian to perform a DNA paternity test.
Can a paternity test be performed if the father and child leave in different cities?
Yes. Scheduling DNA sample collection appointments can be performed. We have DNA sample collection facility locations in our network close to your home. Contact our office today by phone at 973-718-4515 to inquire about a different city or state DNA testing sample collection appointment.
Does IDTO offer non-invasive prenatal paternity testing?
Currently, we do not offer non-invasive prenatal paternity tests in New Jersey.
The pregnancy DNA testing options we can perform are invasive and will require the involvement of a mother’s OBGYN. To inquire about invasive prenatal paternity testing. Contact our office by phone at 973-718-4515.