Immigration Paternity Test - Who's the Dad
The world's most advanced immigration paternity test when proving the biological father of a child.
When applying for British citizenship the UK border agency may require a DNA test to prove a biological relationship between the applicant and a UK resident. Our immigration paternity tests are accepted by the UK Border Agency and can help individuals with their applications.
This immigration paternity test is required for the following reasons:
For UKBA & British Embassy court of custody
Changing the name on a birth certificate
Our immigration paternity test looks at a minimum of 21 markers, and tests are run twice for 100% accuracy. This test requires a DNA sample to be taken by a professional doctor, nurse, or accredited sampler, and cannot be self-administrated. Results are issued within 3-5 working days. Our labs conduct legal DNA testing that is ISO/IEC:17025 accredited and ISO:9001, ISO:9001, ISO:27001 and ISO:14001 certified for use in the UK court system.
Help and Guidance
How to organise a DNA test for immigration purposes
- Order your immigration paternity test securely online. There are options to include more than three people in the test, and to have a test carried out in different locations around the world. Please note cost for shipping and collections are payable in addition to the testing fee, collection fees range from £20-£50.
- You will be appointed a dedicated case manager who will support you throughout the entire process. Your paternity DNA testing kit will be sent directly to an approved medical practitioner in your area and an appointment will be made for a test at home or in the surgery.
- Your DNA samples will be collected by our couriers and sent for lab analysis. You can expect to receive your results within 5 business days.
We re-test to ensure greater accuracy
We often get calls from clients who've had their DNA test conducted by a lab that only examines 16 DNA markers, meaning they've ended up with results that aren't certain. We examine a minimum of 21 markers and run test twice to ensure accuracy.
The case below is such an example, providing a 78% result. This is NOT conclusive as it has a one in four chance of being wrong! The customer chose to re-test at our lab and when looking at 44 DNA markers the result came back as 99.99%. Of course, had the client chosen our lab first they would have had the right result first time round.