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Following changes in government policy the number of private clients undertaking a DNA Test to prove they are related to their family has increased significantly, say test provider DNA Testing.

DNA Testing is now a common place requirement when an individual is seeking immigration into the UK due to a family member already having UK citizenship.

DNA Worldwide is the UK’s leading DNA Testing firm specialising in Immigration DNA testing, either for a Paternity Test or more complex cases such as Sibling DNA Testing. Having a network of collection sites around the world the process is simple and a reason why leading Solicitors choose DNA Worldwide.

With changes in Government Immigration policy DNA Worldwide have noticed a significant increase in demand for DNA Testing from the hundreds of specialist Immigration Solicitors that choose DNA Worldwide for their DNA Testing.

David Nicholson, Director at DNA Worldwide advises “We are finding that providing conclusive DNA Test results that are fully accredited for Immigration applications, as provided by DNA Worldwide, is becoming an increasing requirement for clients putting together an immigration application”.

However the traditional process of organising DNA Testing takes significant time and effort on the part of the solicitor and client. At DNA Worldwide things are different, all the work is carried out by DNA Worldwide including arranging appointments for clients to have their DNA collected both in the UK or at one of our collection sites around the world.

Kate Francis, DNA Testing Customer Service Manager at DNA Worldwide adds “We provide a real service to clients and help support them through the whole process. Going through a DNA test can be a daunting process, especially organising to have your DNA collected. We’ve built a network of collection sites in nearly every country and arrange all appointments for the client. This helps keep the testing process simple and speeds up results”.

Fully Accredited DNA Testing means that results are accepted in UK courts and around the World.

To start your Immigration DNA Test or to find our more information please contact DNA Worldwide legal services on 01373 800130.

See also:

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  1. Sean Carlos says :

    Both my mum and dad are already British Citizens. I am 23 year old living in the Philippines, and I am seeking for immigration in the UK. Can I still apply as their dependant and work there? If not what are my alternatives, except for applying a student visa? Your response is highly appreciated. Have a great day.

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