Grandparentage DNA Test
  • Grandparentage DNA Test

Grandparentage DNA Test in Toronto, Canada

A grandparentage DNA test helps determine whether a grandfather or grandmother is the true biological grandparent of a child. A grandparent test is particularly useful when the parent of the child is not available for testing. In a grandparent DNA test, the child’s DNA pattern (profile) is compared with the DNA profiles (patterns) of the father’s parents.

Grandparent DNA Test may be used for the following reasons:

  • Inheritance claims
  • Immigration cases
  • Child benefits
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How to Do a Grandparentage DNA Test

Option 1

VISIT OUR LOCATION

  • Call: +1 (416) 269-1717 to book an appointment
  • A nurse will swab the cheeks of test participants for DNA samples
  • The collected DNA samples will be sent to our laboratory for analysis
  • You will receive the results by email within 7-10 business days
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Option 2

HOME DNA COLLECTION KIT

  • Order a DNA sample collection kit online or by phone contact
  • Follow the enclosed sample collection instructions to collect your DNA samples
  • Send the DNA samples back to our laboratory in the provided envelopes
  • You will receive the results by email within 7-10 business days
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Option 3

PREPARE YOUR OWN DNA KIT

  • Download  instructions from the link below
  • Follow the instructions to collect your DNA samples
  • Complete the payment options on the form
  • Send the samples back to Canadian Forensics Inc
  • You will receive the results by email within 7-10 business days
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WHY CHOOSE US

At Canadian Forensics Inc. we assure:

  • 99.99% accuracy of the results
  • Fastest turnaround time in Canada
  • Privacy and Security
  • 16 markers (loci) tested
  • Affordable prices
  • Results in 7-10 working days

WHY DO A GRANDPARENTAGE TEST?

You may need to do a DNA Grandparentage test when:

  • the alleged father is unavailable for testing
  • Compare grandmother with grandchild
  • Compare grandfather with grandchild
  • You want to reconstruct alleged father’s DNA profile (pattern) by testing both of his parents