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Court Approved DNA Testing

Immigration and Paternity DNA Testing Kits

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Court Approved DNA Testing

How can Anytime Doctor help me?

We provide this regulated, specialist service for people who want an accurate clinical DNA test for Court purposes. For Court Approved tests a health professional must take the required samples. There is a strict chain-of-command process and you will not be allowed to touch the samples.

All services provided by Anytime Doctor are confidential (we do not inform your GP).

How does the Anytime Doctor service work?

Step 1: Register online and pay for your DNA laboratory test kit using a debit or credit card. We will post you your test kit in a discrete envelope that fits through standard UK post-boxes. The envelope is plain and is only marked with your address. The Anytime Doctor logo or return address is not written anywhere. If you order a DNA test kit before 5.00pm Monday to Friday, we will send you the laboratory test kit by first class post on that day.

Step 2: A health professional (e.g. doctor or nurse) must take the required samples, sign the consent forms and then post all the documentation to us.

Step 3: Once our partner laboratory has processed your sample, you will be sent a text message asking you to log into your secure online medical record to see your result.

Court approved test kits

Court Approved DNA Paternity Test: £299.99 (plus sampling fee for health professional)
Testing: Child, mother and alleged father samples
Timeframe: 4 working days from receipt of swabs by our partner laboratory

An applicant seeking to prove a relationship for legal purposes will often be required by the court to provide a DNA profile confirming the relationship. The DNA sampling process is conducted by a health professional and the DNA test results should be admissible in a UK court of law.

This DNA test establishes the paternal link between an alleged father and a child. These DNA tests are 100% conclusive for exclusion and greater than 99.99% for inclusion.


DNA Test For Immigration: £399.99 (plus sampling fee for health professional)
Testing: Child, mother and alleged father samples
Timeframe: 4 working days from receipt of swabs by our partner laboratory

An applicant seeking to establish an existing relationship for the purpose of proving a right for domicile will often be required by the immigration services to provide a DNA profile confirming the relationship between themselves and the person with rights to dwell in their desired country of residence. The DNA sampling process in the UK is conducted by a health professional. In addition, any person to be tested who is living overseas will be required to give a sample and this sample will normally be taken at the British High Commission or Embassy in that country.


Additional DNA Test: £119.00 (plus sampling fee for health professional)
Testing: 1 other, e.g. second child
Timeframe: 4 working days from receipt of swabs by our partner laboratory

If more than one relationship needs to be established. Provided at a reduced cost for subsequent tests.


Court Approved Siblingship Test: £369.00 (plus sampling fee for health professional)
Testing: Two alleged siblings
Timeframe: 4 working days from receipt of swabs by our partner laboratory

An applicant seeking to prove a relationship for legal purposes will often be required by the court to provide a DNA profile confirming the relationship. The DNA sampling process is conducted by a health professional and the DNA test results should be admissible in a UK court of law. This DNA test determines the statistical probability of whether siblings (brothers and sisters) share the same two parents or not. The relationship between alleged siblings (full or half) can be established with 15% exclusion and 90% inclusion conclusivity.

When the issue of siblingship is in question, the recommended method to determine whether individuals are true biological siblings is to test their parents. In situations where the alleged parents are unavailable for testing, a siblingship DNA test can be performed to analyse the relationship of biological siblings. Including one common parent greatly increases the accuracy of this type of DNA analysis and is recommended if at all possible. If this is not possible, disclosing that siblings share a common mother or father can also lead to more meaningful results.


Where can you find out more information?

Anytime Doctor's Health Library provides a comprehensive resource on all services offered through Anytime Doctor. The Health Library also contains references and links to reputable organisations such as: NHS Direct (UK), FDA (US Food and Drug Administration), NetDoctor (UK), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USA), Department of Health (UK) and the Health Protection Agency (UK).

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