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  1. Immigration
  2. Adopted child
  3. Suspected baby switch
  4. In Vitro fertilization
  5. Personal knowledge and peace of mind
  6. Child custody and visitation
  7. Child support or termination of child support
  8. Estate or inheritance
  9. Infidelity Studies
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  1. Run each test twice, following the most stringent procedures to guarantee accurate and conclusive results.
  2. Complete testing in 3 working days (5 working days for a prenatal test).
  3. Maintain your confidentiality using strict communication protocols.
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  1. Blood & Blood Stains
  2. Semen
  3. Spit
  4. Chewing Gum
  5. Cigarette Butts
  6. Used Condoms
  7. Plucked Hair
  8. Toothbrushes
  9. Urine


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DNA testing in Manassas, VA can help develop new family relationships.

DNA Paternity Testing Manassas, VAHave you ever wondered if you had a long lost sister or brother? Well now you can find out for sure with sibling DNA testing. Paternity testing is no longer the most common type of DNA testing anymore. Modern technology has turned DNA testing in Manassas into something that has become normal and available for people that need it.

Government agencies are now sending immigrants to our labs for AABB immigration DNA testing to determine their legal status. If you want more information all you have to do is complete the online form (www.paternitylabcenter.com) and one of our representatives will contact you for a free consultation on DNA testing Manassas, VA or you can call us at (800) 416-7407.

The facts about DNA testing in Manassas to help develop family relationshipsDNA Paternity Testing Manassas, VA are very simple. We can turn your tests around within 3-5 days. Giving DNA samples is very easy and they do not require a lot of work. A DNA sample can come from most bodily fluids like urine, blood, saliva, even semen.

You can bring in a toothbrush or a strand of hair to be analyzed for testing. We are always prepared to meet your needs in every way possible. We protect your privacy and will call you as soon as your test results are available. DNA testing in Manassas is now the way of the future.

Now that you have some of the facts about DNA testing in Manassas, your next step should be to contact us to get your process started. You can reach us by phone today (800) 416-7407. Or you can complete the online form (www.paternitylabcenter.com) and we will give you a free consultation for your DNA Testing in Manassas, VA.

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