DNA Testing Sierra Leone

DNA Testing Sierra Leone

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Immigration DNA Testing In Sierra Leone

IDTO helps families who are in search of AABB Immigration DNA Testing in Sierra Leone and/or Sierra Leoneons living in America. We understand that families going through immigration process have to endure a lot. The petitioning for family member/s can be tough especially when you are unable to provide certain documentation requested by USCIS or the U.S. embassy. This is the reason why  IDTO has taken great pride in make the immigration dna testing process for Sierra Leone as easy as possible. To Learn more about how the immigration DNA testing process works click here.

In an effort to provide our clients and visitors with the most accurate information online. Below is the Sierra Leone U.S. Embassy’s breakdown of the process of the DNA Testing process. Please click each procedure tab below to learn more.

DNA Testing U.S. Embassy Sierra Leone 5 Step Process

Step 1
  • Petitioner selects an AABB accredited lab. The lab collects a buccal (cheek) swab from the petitioner.  Visit the Sierra Leone Embassy’s website for more other immigration related affairs click here 
Step 2
  • The lab sends a test kit directly to the Consular Section in the US Embassy.
  • Visit the Sierra Leone Embassy’s website for more related immigration related affairs click here

Step 3

  • The Consular Section arranges a mutually-convenient time for the applicant and a pre-approved local lab technician to come to the Embassy to collect the applicant’s buccal (cheek) swab.
  • Visit the Sierra Leone Embassy’s website for other related immigration related affairs click here

Step 4

  • The Consular Section sends the collected sample back to the AABB accredited lab in a pre-paid envelope.
  • Visit the Sierra Leone Embassy’s website for other related immigration related affairs click here

Step 5

  • The results are sent directly to the Consular Section. Taking all information into account, the consular officer will adjudicate the case and inform the applicant of the decision.
  • Visit the Sierra Leone Embassy’s website for other related immigration related affairs click here

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How long does the  Immigration DNA Testing take in Sierra Leone Process?

This is the most popular question asked by many people when inquiring about this process.  This question can not be answered definitively. In our over ten years experience with the  Immigration DNA Testing process. We have noticed that a 6-8 week turnaround time would be about average turnaround time.

Essentially the embassies are in control of scheduling of appointments abroad for beneficiaries. The amount of people who may have had a request for DNA sample collection submitted before your family  is not known by any lab so it is difficult to give any family a definitive time when their DNA testing collection for their relatives in Sierra Leone will be collected.

If you are still uncertain about how the immigration DNA testing in Sierra Leone’s process actually works. Please do not hesitate to contact our office and allow one of our DNA testing Experts to help walk you through the entire process. We can be reached by phone at 877-680-5800. If you prefer, you can  learn more about Immigration DNA Testing process here.


US Embassy Sierra Leone Address:

Immigration DNA Testing sample collection for Sierra Leone families are handled by the The U.S. Embassy Freetown is located at Leicester Square, Regent ph# (232) (99) 105 500

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