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Maternity DNA testing can confirm a maternal relationship for immigration, prove an adoptee’s relationship with their biological birth mother, and more.
If a possible father is not available for paternity testing, a grandparent test can confirm a family relationship instead. One or both paternal grandparents can participate.
When two people are trying to determine if they share the same father and the father is not available for testing, a sibling DNA test is an effective alternative.
A twins test (also called twin zygosity) is a DNA analysis that definitively shows whether twins are identical or fraternal. Only DNA can tell for sure.
This series of DNA tests confirms biological family relationships and is most often used to determine if a child is related to a possible father’s close relatives.
This test is a good option when the father is not available for testing, and the only relative available is a single sibling (brother or sister) of the father.
A Y-STR comparison test can tell you whether or not a child is related to the alleged father’s brother(s) and other male relatives who share a common paternal line.
The mtDNA comparison DNA test can confirm your relationship to long-lost relatives and possible ancestors through the maternal/female line.