25+ Years of USCIS-Approved DNA Testing

US Immigration DNA Testing

As one of the oldest and largest DNA laboratories in North America, Genetrack specializes in providing DNA tests for passport, immigration and citizenship cases. We will handle your case with urgency from the moment you place your order to when you receive your results.

Get a Quote within 24 Hours

If you've been asked to provide DNA evidence for your USCIS or US Embassy application, we can help. Complete the form below and we'll send you a personalized quote for USCIS-approved DNA testing within 24 hours.
Immigration Form (v4)

Who will be taking this test?

Please fill out the information below for each person taking the DNA test. This will help us give you an accurate price quote that reflects your needs.

Contact Information

  1. Full legal name of each participant
  2. Mailing address for each participant
  3. Contact phone of each participant
  4. Where are the parties located?
    (USA or overseas)
  5. A scanned copy of your USCIS letter requesting DNA testing

+1-888-802-0703 (USA)
+1-206-785-7266 (International)

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How It Works

Join the countless families who trust us with their immigration DNA testing needs, and let us help you on your immigration journey.
DNA Immigration Test 1
Step 1. Submit your USCIS paperwork
To get started, send us the written request for DNA evidence of a biological relationship that you received from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or US embassy. You can send this letter to us by email at immigration@genetrackus.com or by fax at 1-888-655-8877.
Step 2. Attend DNA Sampling Appointment
Step 2. Collect DNA Samples

Our team will promptly arrange DNA sample collection for both domestic and international participants.

  • For participants in the US, our team will reach out to you to schedule a DNA sample collection appointment at a nearby location.
  • For participants outside the US, we will send a testing kit to the specified embassy or consulate. The embassy or consulate will then contact the participants directly to arrange a sampling appointment.
DNA Immigration Test 2
Step 3. Results Sent to You and USCIS
DNA testing begins immediately after we receive all the samples and is completed within 1 to 3 business days. We’ll send you an official copy of the results and a second official copy is sent directly from our laboratory to the USCIS or US embassy as proof of relationship for your case.
About Genetrack

Your Immigration DNA Testing Experts

Genetrack is a leading provider of immigration DNA testing services with a solid reputation for delivering accurate and reliable results.
Quality you can trust

Industry-Leading Quality Standards

Our excellence in quality control has earned us a wide range of accreditations, including AABB, CAP, CLIA, SCC, and ISO17025, making us one of the few laboratories in the world to receive all major internationally recognized and prestigious DNA laboratory accreditations.
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Frequently Asked Questions

An immigration DNA test refers to a paternity, maternity, or kinship DNA test conducted by an AABB-accredited laboratory that is recognized and accepted by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) as valid proof of a biological relationship between family members. In certain cases, such as when applying for a US passport, a Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA), or a US immigrant visa, the U.S. Embassy or Consulate, as well as domestic passport agencies, may recommend DNA testing between family members.

It is important to note that DNA testing is entirely voluntary. If an applicant chooses to undergo DNA testing, they are responsible for covering all costs associated with the testing and any related expenses. These costs must be paid to the laboratory in advance.

When there is insufficient evidence to demonstrate a claimed family relationship, the USCIS may send the petitioner a Request for Evidence (RFE) or Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) suggesting DNA testing to support a claim of a biological family relationship for passport, Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA), or immigrant visa applications.

Our laboratory requires this letter to initiate the immigration DNA testing process, as it contains specific procedures and requirements for the test that depend on the locations of each family member.

Once you decide to go ahead with immigration DNA testing, our laboratory will schedule an appointment for all parties to go our immigration approved collection site for sample collection. At the appointment, your DNA sample will be collected by an impartial third-party specimen collector, who will use painless buccal (cheek) swabs to gently scrape the inside of the cheek to obtain a DNA sample. The collection process is quick, painless, and safe for individuals of all ages, including infants, children, and adults.

Our immigration DNA testing results are available within 1 to 3 business days after we receive all the DNA samples. Once the results are ready, we will provide you with an official copy of the results and send a second official copy directly to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

No, the family members involved in the immigration DNA test do not need to be present at the same location. Genetrack has a global network of specimen collectors to collect DNA samples from all over the world. We can coordinate the sample collection process at multiple locations, both within the United States and internationally, to accommodate the needs of your family.

If your family member is located within the United States, we will contact your family member to set up a sample collection appointment at a nearby specimen collection location.

If your family member is located outside of the United States, we will send a tamper-proof DNA sample kit with detailed instructions directly to the migration office or consular mission closest to your family member. The migration office or consular mission will contact your family member to schedule an appointment for the collection process, and a migration officer or staff member will be present at the time of collection to ensure the integrity of the sampling procedure.

The cost of immigration DNA testing varies depending on the location and number of people being tested.

Contact our DNA experts to receive a personalized quote within 24 hours using one of the methods below:

  1. complete our online quote form,
  2. call us at +1-888-802-0703 (USA) or +1-206-785-7266 (international), or
  3. send us an email at immigration@genetrackus.com.

Yes, we take the privacy and confidentiality of our clients seriously. All personal information and test results are securely stored and only shared with authorized parties involved in the immigration process.

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