Paternity Tests by GTL Australia

Home Paternity Test

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If you have any doubts about the paternity of a child, you can only get the answer you need through a home paternity test. The GTL DNA paternity test is a premium 21 marker paternity test starting at only $295 for testing 1 alleged father and 1 child. Including the mother in the test is free and recommended whenever possible to increase accuracy of the test results. There are No Hidden Fees.

Immigration DNA Testing

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Genetic Testing Laboratories Australia offers immigration DNA testing. Individuals immigrating into Australia might, in some cases, require a legal proof of biological relationship between themselves and their relatives. A DNA test is done to confirm that the beneficiary (the person who wishes to enter Australia) is biologically related to the petitioner (the person requesting the DNA test). Immigration testing can thus aid in granting a visa or citizenship by virtue of Australian descent.

Legal Paternity Testing

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Reliable proof of parentage can be especially important for legal reasons and Genetic Testing Laboratories Australia can provide you with a legal paternity test suitable for a myriad of different legal cases. The results of a paternity can be used in a court case to support any claims to the paternity of a child or perhaps to invalidate any previous paternity claims. Anything from getting child support to a paternity affidavit could necessitate a legal DNA test.

Non Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test

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GTL offers a highly accurate, non-invasive prenatal paternity test with 0% risk – a scientific breakthrough in the field of prenatal testing. Your other, invasive prenatal paternity testing options are risky – with them you stand a chance of miscarriage or harming the baby. Our non-invasive test is the safest and most accurate test available.

Discreet Test

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Genetic Testing Laboratories offer a full range of forensic testing services. Below are the most common samples we test and the list includes the success rate, price as well as packaging information for each sample.

Further questions about paternity testing

What types of Test Do you offer?

Home paternity testing: GTL offers the quickest and most straightforward method for confirming paternity using a simple home kit – this test is ideal to clear up any doubts. Click here to read more about this service. GTL Australia also offers legal paternity testing services and immigration DNA testing services through its NATA accredited laboratory. Select one of these tests if you require it for official purposes.
Non-invasive prenatal paternity testing: this test is available at 10 weeks of pregnancy. Laboratory analysis is done using samples of maternal blood. Click here for more information.

What are my prenatal paternity testing options?

As a point of pride, GTL Australia gladly offers our customers a number of paternity test options. Of those options, one of the most specialized and noteworthy is the prenatal paternity test. This type of DNA test is used for determining paternity before a child is born, which can have certain legal and practical implications. We recommend you review all the DNA paternity testing services from GTL Australia to determine which paternity test is ideal for your situation. Learn more about our paternity tests and other accurate and dependable DNA test options today.

Why Get a Prenatal Paternity Test?

The most obvious reason to get a prenatal paternity test is to know, before a child is born, just who its biological parents are. If there’s any doubt regarding the paternity of the child, prenatal paternity testing can help identify the biological father so that, ideally, your child is properly cared for by those who have decided interest in – or responsibility for – the child’s overall well-being. Our prenatal DNA test can help you do just that.

Another reason people seek a prenatal paternity test is because laws in many states require unmarried couples to fill out a form known as an Acknowledgment of Paternity form at the time their child is born. This form is a legal document that acknowledges the identity of the child’s biological father. In the event that this form remains incomplete, and the mother has not been married within the 300 days previous the birth of the child, no father will be listed on the birth certificate.

How is DNA collected for a Prenatal Paternity Test?

A home prenatal paternity test from GTL Australia can help you determine the paternity of your child while it is still in the womb – with the help of your OB/GYN. For a prenatal paternity test, DNA samples can be gathered during the first or second trimester of your pregnancy. The difference from our other paternity test options, where you collect your own DNA samples, is that prenatal paternity testing requires that your child’s DNA samples be collected by your OB/GYN via a CVS procedure or an amniocentesis.

The first method for gathering prenatal paternity test DNA is the CVS method. The CVS method can be used for early pregnancy testing, as samples can be gathered as early as the 10th week in some cases. In this procedure, chorionic villi are collected from the placenta and tested for chromosomal differences.

As mentioned, in addition to the CVS method, amniocentesis becomes a second option for collecting DNA samples for a prenatal paternity test. During an amniocentesis, an ultrasound is used to help determine the ideal place to insert a long, thin needle, which will penetrate the amniotic sac and draw a small sample of amniotic fluid. This sample contains cells shed by the unborn child. In total, an amniocentesis takes approximately 45 minutes to perform and can be used for collecting prenatal paternity test samples as late as week 21 in some cases.

How do I get started?

Getting Started with a Paternity Test from GTL

If you’ve examined our extensive list of paternity test options and would like to get the process started, simply order a paternity test from GTL. It’s a quick. It’s confidential. It’s affordable.

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