Wyoming, (WY) Paternity DNA Testing Laws, Statutes, & Birth Certificate:
DNA Paternity, Siblingship, Grandparent, immigration, And Avuncular DNA Testing In Your City & State. We offer AABB Accredited Legal DNA Tests For USCIS Immigration Visa, Child Support Enforcement, and Social Security Benefits. According to the Laws of Wyoming and paternity statute 14-2-701
14-2-701 GENETIC DNA TESTING
(a) �This article governs genetic testing of an individual to determine parentage, whether the individual:
(i)� Voluntarily submits to testing; or
(ii)� Is tested pursuant to an order of the court or a child support enforcement agency.
14-2-702 Order for testing
(a)� Except as otherwise provided in this article and article 8 of this act, the court shall order the child and other designated individuals to submit to genetic testing if the request for testing is supported by the sworn statement of a party to the proceeding:
(i)� Alleging paternity and stating facts establishing a reasonable probability of the requisite sexual contact between the individuals; or
(ii)� Denying paternity and stating facts establishing a possibility that sexual contact between the individuals, if any, did not result in the conception of the child.
(b)� A child support enforcement agency may order genetic testing only if there is no presumed, acknowledged or adjudicated father.
(c)� If a request for genetic testing of a child is made before birth, the court or child support enforcement agency may not order in-utero testing.
(d)� If two (2) or more men are subject to court-ordered genetic testing, the testing may be ordered concurrently or sequentially.
14-2-703 Requirements for genetic testing
(a)� Genetic testing shall be of a type reasonably relied upon by experts in the field of genetic testing and performed in a testing laboratory accredited by:
(i)� The American Association of Blood Banks, or a successor to its functions;
(ii)� The American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics, or a successor to its functions; or
(iii)� An accrediting body designated by the United States secretary of health and human services.
(b)� A specimen used in genetic testing may consist of one (1) or more samples, or a combination of samples, of blood, buccal cells, bone, hair, or other body tissue or fluid. The specimen used in the testing is not required to be of the same kind for each individual undergoing genetic testing.
(c)� Based on the ethnic or racial group of an individual, the testing laboratory shall determine the databases from which to select frequencies for use in calculation of the probability of paternity. If there is disagreement as to the testing laboratory's choice, the following rules apply:
(i)� The individual objecting may require the testing laboratory, within thirty (30) days after receipt of the report of the test, to recalculate the probability of paternity using an ethnic or racial group different from that used by the laboratory.
(ii)� The individual objecting to the testing laboratory's initial choice shall:
(A)� If the frequencies are not available to the testing laboratory for the ethnic or racial group requested, provide the requested frequencies compiled in a manner recognized by accrediting bodies; or
(B)� Engage another testing laboratory to perform the calculations.
(iii)� The testing laboratory may use its own statistical estimate if there is a question regarding which ethnic or racial group is appropriate. If available, the testing laboratory shall calculate the frequencies using statistics for any other ethnic or racial group requested.
(d)� If, after recalculation using a different ethnic or racial group, genetic testing does not rebuttably identify a man as the father of a child under W.S. 14-2-605, an individual who has been tested may be required to submit to additional genetic testing. [More]
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DNA Analysis For Birth Certificate & AABB Immigration Testing
In general, when a person wishes to have their last name added to a child's birth certificate, the state will require that a legal DNA test be performed to prove the biological relationship. Any realtional test may be used to prove kinship such a paternity, maternity, siblingship, grandparent, and avuncular. This is also true when you desire to collect Social Security benefits or get a visa from the USCIS & Deapartment Of Homeland Security in an immigration situation where someone is being brought into the United States from another country.
Birth Certificate Vital Statistic Information:
If you need to obtain a copy of your child's birth certificate, or want to change your child's name, then you may need to contact the office of vital statistics for Wyoming, (WY):
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