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(617) 372-0473 – Contact us Monday – Saturday, 8:30AM – 7:30PM (Eastern Standard Time)

Follow these easy steps and we will have you on the path to reuniting with your loved ones

  1. Send me your USCIS, ACS, or Embassy documents requesting that you get a DNA test
  2. Send me the date of birth of both the petitioner and the beneficiary
  3. Send me the telephone number of both the  Petitioner and the Beneficiary
  4. I’ll schedule your appointments both in the US and Abroad

Our Procedure
New England Paternity will customize the collection of biological specimens based on the relationship in question and the specific requirements of the immigration office. We can converiently set up an appointment in the privacy of your own home! We offer strict chain of custody procedures in coordinating and collecting biological buccal (mouth) samples in the United States and abroad. Reports will be sent directly to the test requester and official agencies as required. New England Paternity can help you anywhere in the country and most places world wide.

Only AABB Accredited (DNA) Testing Labs are used.

AABB Accreditation is important to you. It means our partner LabCorp has passed rigorous tests for this accreditation. You can sit back and relax knowing that you are on the right path to reuniting with your loved ones. New England Paternity is an approved Immigration and Naturalization Service/Department of Human Services supplier for DNA testing.
Our results are admissible in a court of law as well as Consulates world wide.

 

Our tests are proven invaluable in the following situations:

Divorce, Child Support, Immigration, Social Security Benefits and Geneology.

We work with Consulates world wide, specializing in the following tests:

Paternity, Maternity, Deceased Paternity, Sibling Relationship and Grandparentage.

Paternity Testing
Maternity Testing
Fraud
Geneology
Paternity Testing

New England Paternity has extensive expertise in a wide range of profiling services. DNA profiling permits the direct examination of genetic material that a child inherits from its genetic material that a child inherits from its biological…

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Maternity Testing

By comparing the DNA characteristics of the mother and child, it is possible to identify the characteristics that the child inherited from the mother. Any remaining characteristics must have come from the biological father.

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Fraud

Paternity fraud or false identification of a man as the father of a child is a serious problem in the United States and throughout the world. According to USA Today, a report from the American Association of…

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Geneology

A genealogical DNA test looks at a person’s genome at specific locations. Results give information about genealogy or personal ancestry. In general, these tests compare the results of an individual to others from the same lineage or to current and…

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