When two people are trying to figure out if they share the same father, and the father is not available to provide a DNA sample, DDC can perform a Sibling DNA Test. This test determines whether two individuals share one or both parents.
If your goal is to establish paternity, and the father is not available for testing, we first recommend a Grandparent DNA Test. If the father’s parents aren’t available, the Sibling DNA Test is an indirect way to determine family relationships, including paternity.
There are many potential uses for the Sibling DNA Test.
- Immigration visa
- Social Security benefits
- Personal knowledge