DNA Testing refers to the process of examining an individual's DNA markers for the purpose of genetic human identification and determining the relationship between two people. Mobile Occupational Services offers the following types of tests:
DNA Paternity testing determines whether a man could be the biological father of a child.
Grandparent testing determines the biological relationship between a child and the parents of the alleged father. Sibling testing determines whether children share one or both parents.
This test is designed to provide you with a simple and objective description of your ancestral origins and unique genetic makeup. Ancestry testing can assist you in validating your eligibility for Government entitlements such as Native American Government benefits. The tests give you an estimated percentage of ancestry from the following major historical populated groups:
Native American Indo-European East Asian African
When applying for immigration or permanent residency and there is insufficient evidence a DNA Test is requested by the INS/Department of Homeland Security. This test is designed to establish family relationships.
Samples are taken using cheek swabs a quick and painless procedure which involve rubbing a cotton swab against the inside of the donor cheek.
- Forensic Quality Services International
- American Association of Blood Banks
- US Department of Homeland Security (Immigration Testing)