Australian Embassy DNA Paternity Test
The Australian Embassy requires that the DNA paternity testing laboratory be certified by the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA). Our laboratory in the USA is the only laboratory outside of Australia which is NATA certified (as of this writing in January 2016).
The Australian Embassy refers people to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, particularly the Form 118: Application for Australian citizen by descent. That form refers you to Form 1259i: Information about DNA testing for visa and citizenship applicants, whereby it states "you must choose a DNA testing laboratory that has been accredited by NATA for family law testing...", so on the NATA website, choose these items off the menu (as of 2015):
Besides in Bangkok, we might also be able to help you in neighboring countries, e.g., we helped an Australian citizen in Myanmar with a DNA test which he submitted to the Australian Embassy in Myanmar.
We do not want to imply that we definitely help you with the Australian Embassy. We just want to say that we are willing to try to help you, with no obligation whatsoever. We need to know the particulars of your situation first.
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