Complete List of Paternity Tests
EasyDNA Indonesia offers Peace of Mind paternity test for a father and child. There are NO EXTRA FEES. This test can be carried out with samples from the alleged father and child only but inclusion of the mother's sample is always recommended. EasyDNA Indonesia tests 21 genetic markers for total accuracy and guarantees absolute confidentiality with all DNA tests.
At easyDNA we offer legal DNA testing options for those requiring their test results to be used in a court of law. DNA paternity testing can be used to settle many family related legal matters, for example, child custody cases, changing the name on a birth certificate, child support cases, inheritance disputes and immigration applications
At easyDNA we are able to offer testing for immigration reasons. All our immigration DNA testing is conducted at our ISO 17025 accredited lab, and the paternity or other relationship test result can be submitted to the relevant immigration authorities
New, non-invasive and risk-free prenatal paternity test offered by easyDNA. Other more conventional sampling methods whilst pregnant such as amniocentesis carry certain risks- our prenatal test does not. This highly advanced pregnancy test can determine paternity with levels of accuracy above 99.9%.
There may be cases where it is not possible to obtain the DNA samples to perform a DNA test through the standard oral swab that is provided with our DNA testing kit. In such situations, easyDNA offers a state of the art DNA forensic testing service that is able to process different discreet DNA samples in order to obtain a usable DNA sample.
How does it work?
Our most widely requested test is for paternity testing. Our office is based in Indonesia and once we confirm your order the DNA test kit is normally sent out the very same day and received within 2 working days.
Most home DNA testing can be easily performed with an oral swab; however, it is not always possible to provide such a sample. With our state-of-the-art genetic identification systems we are able to perform testing with non-standard samples such as hair, clothing and cigarette butts. The discreet DNA samples section has more information on the types of samples that can be tested.
Further questions about paternity testing
|How do I collect my samples?|
|What does the cost of the home paternity test include?|
|Do I need to test the mother?|
|How is paternity testing carried out?|
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Our sample collection kit, used for both legal and home testing, will enable collection of cheek cell samples using sterile oral swabs (note that prenatal testing is an exception and is done using blood samples). The procedure is done in a matter of seconds and is absolutely painless. We encourage using oral swab samples where possible as we have a very high probability of successful DNA extraction with these samples. If you are unable to provide us with oral swabs, then you might want to consider our forensic DNA testing services for discreet samples as an alternative.
Our home paternity test starts from as little as RP4,380.000. This all inclusive cost covers:
EasyDNA carries out many of its paternity tests without the mother’s sample. However, we urge our clients to send the mother’s DNA sample when and if she is available. This will help us give you results with a higher of probability of paternity. Read more information about testing the mother’s sample.
Testing can be performed prenatally (before birth) or postnatal (after birth). During the prenatal stage, testing can be non-invasive or invasive. Invasive prenatal testing is performed by means of certain fetal sampling methods such as amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling (CVS), or percutaneous umbilical cord sampling (PUBS). Non invasive prenatal paternity testing is done using a maternal blood sample.
Postnatal testing is often done using oral swabs. Swabs need to be rubbed inside the mouth of the test participants which typically include the mother, alleged father and child.
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