What identification is needed for Legal DNA Paternity Testing?

At the time of the DNA collection, all individuals tested will need identification.

Any person testing that is over the age of 18 will need 2 forms of identification. The first form must be a government issued photo ID. This can be a driver’s license, state ID card, passport, military ID or a FOID card. The second form does not have to be a photo ID, but it can be. Other options include, but not limited to a birth certificate, social security card, insurance card or immunization record. Identification is not required to be from the United States.

Any person under the age of 18 will only need 1 form of identification. The identification does not have to be a photo ID, but it can be. Suitable ID for a minor can be a birth certificate, social security card, insurance card or an immunization record. There are other options available, if none of these items are available.

If you have questions about suitable identification, please call us at 1-800-535-5198.

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About the Author:

Patricia Carr, FNP began her career in 1989 after completing her Registered Nurse degree. She later went on to graduate in 2001 with a degree in Advanced Practice Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner. She is affiliated with multiple medical facilities including HSHS Greenville Regional Hospital, SSM Health St. Mary's / Good Samaritan Hospitals while regularly collaborating with other doctors and laboratories. Patricia is a founding member of Test Me DNA and currently sits on the board of directors which has overseen more than 50,000 DNA tests.
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