Ancestry & Immigration DNA Testing in Kansas City
You may know that DNA testing is often used to resolve paternity issues. DNA has also become increasingly important in the prosecution of criminal and civil crimes. In addition to these services, ARCpoint Labs of Kansas City offers immigration DNA testing and ancestry DNA testing.
Learn more about our ancestry and immigration DNA testing services below or contact ARCpoint Labs of Kansas City at (816) 875-0464!
Immigration DNA Testing
What is immigration DNA testing?
A portion of the U.S. immigration process includes proving biological relationships. If the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) deems a birth certificate or other evidence insufficient, immigration DNA testing may be requested.
Why ARCpoint Labs of Kansas City for immigration DNA testing?
If you’re in the process of immigration, citizenship or passport verification, contact ARCpoint Labs of Kansas City for Immigration DNA testing. We follow chain of custody procedures to enable the test results to be used for all government and judicial purposes. We can handle collections across the United States and coordinate with international collections to ensure your immigration DNA testing is done right.
ARCpoint Labs of Kansas City is an extremely trusted and respected partner for immigration DNA testing. Our local labs offer convenient and courteous service(s) and our large network of locations allows us to offer best-of-class services for anyone in need of immigration DNA testing across the nation.
For more information on immigration DNA testing, contact ARCpoint Labs of Kansas City at (816) 875-0464 today!
Ancestry DNA testing
While immigration DNA testing is often a legal necessity, ancestry DNA testing is often pursued for personal reasons. Ancestry DNA testing started as a fun way to determine where your ancestors came from but it now has become a bridge from the past to the future.
Ancestry DNA can not only help you discover more about your heritage and the lineage of your family but also can provide you an more thorough understanding of your genetic past, potential health risks, and possibly even benefits for which you may qualify.