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I have a question. I went to the interview for my dad last week and since his name was added to my birth certificate recently, we were required to do a dna test to prove paternity. My questionj is, what if it come back negative?

This is the only father I know, aND IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT THAT IT IS NEGATIVE, ARE THERE ANY OTHER AVENUES TO PURSUE?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Hello,

Unfortunately there is no other avenue..actually maybe if u will be able to prove adoption..somthing like but

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I have a question. I went to the interview for my dad last week and since his name was added to my birth certificate recently, we were required to do a dna test to prove paternity. My questionj is, what if it come back negative?

This is the only father I know, aND IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT THAT IT IS NEGATIVE, ARE THERE ANY OTHER AVENUES TO PURSUE?

If it come back negative and he is not your biological father. Then the other choice is that if he is married to you mother and that marriage took place before you were 18 years old you can file for him as a step-parent.

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I know this has to be a scary ordeal. I pray that it all works out for you and your family. In any case, he will always be your father...test results or not. I'm speaking God's favor and blessings on the rest of your journey.

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I have a question. I went to the interview for my dad last week and since his name was added to my birth certificate recently, we were required to do a dna test to prove paternity. My questionj is, what if it come back negative?

This is the only father I know, aND IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT THAT IT IS NEGATIVE, ARE THERE ANY OTHER AVENUES TO PURSUE?

I would tell the DNA lab not to report results if they are negative. From there, you'll need to go through an adoption process in Jamaica and refile your petition.

Good luck!

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Why are you so worried? Do you think that it is a possibility that he is not your father? Like someone else says. If you are so worried. Do a test on your own, go through the adoption and then file for him. If that is at all possible now. However, it is not always a guarantee that he embassy will ask for a DNA. Sometimes they dont but if you have any fears. I would suggest you do a test before.

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I have a question. I went to the interview for my dad last week and since his name was added to my birth certificate recently, we were required to do a dna test to prove paternity. My questionj is, what if it come back negative?

This is the only father I know, aND IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT THAT IT IS NEGATIVE, ARE THERE ANY OTHER AVENUES TO PURSUE?

I would tell the DNA lab not to report results if they are negative. From there, you'll need to go through an adoption process in Jamaica and refile your petition.

Good luck!

She is filing for her father - assuming that she is an adult, the adoption process is not a possibility here -

I hope all works out the best for you - but regardless of what the DNA test shows, he is your father - DNA only makes you a sperm donor, it takes a man to raise a child.

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question,

why can't the embassy order the dna testing to be done before the interview date? they know from the birth certificates which ones they want the dna testing, correct.

isn't it if the father's name was added after two months then they order dna testing?

seems a waste for people to go to the interview and then be told oh u have to do a dna test.

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question,

why can't the embassy order the dna testing to be done before the interview date? they know from the birth certificates which ones they want the dna testing, correct.

isn't it if the father's name was added after two months then they order dna testing?

seems a waste for people to go to the interview and then be told oh u have to do a dna test.

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question,

why can't the embassy order the dna testing to be done before the interview date? they know from the birth certificates which ones they want the dna testing, correct.

isn't it if the father's name was added after two months then they order dna testing?

seems a waste for people to go to the interview and then be told oh u have to do a dna test.

Girl, they don't care. I wanted to cry while we waited for an interview when a man was told that his 10 year old son was not his...the little boy kept asking him what was wrong and he said nothing son, let's go to a movie. He just walked out without saying anything else to the CO.

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question,

why can't the embassy order the dna testing to be done before the interview date? they know from the birth certificates which ones they want the dna testing, correct.

isn't it if the father's name was added after two months then they order dna testing?

seems a waste for people to go to the interview and then be told oh u have to do a dna test.

Girl, they don't care. I wanted to cry while we waited for an interview when a man was told that his 10 year old son was not his...the little boy kept asking him what was wrong and he said nothing son, let's go to a movie. He just walked out without saying anything else to the CO.

WOW this is so sad, I can't imagine what the Father was feeling at that moment :crying:

Yes definitely do your own test before so there are no surprises. I know this is tough, good luck I wish you all the best!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Guyana
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question,

why can't the embassy order the dna testing to be done before the interview date? they know from the birth certificates which ones they want the dna testing, correct.

isn't it if the father's name was added after two months then they order dna testing?

seems a waste for people to go to the interview and then be told oh u have to do a dna test.

Girl, they don't care. I wanted to cry while we waited for an interview when a man was told that his 10 year old son was not his...the little boy kept asking him what was wrong and he said nothing son, let's go to a movie. He just walked out without saying anything else to the CO.

Wow. This is heartbreaking. It seems to me that this DNA thing breaks up some families. Some have no idea. They believe all along that the children are their's only to find out that they are not. What if you thought all along a child is yours. Raised that child as yours and have no idea. It does not mean that your relationships with that child is any less of a parent/child. It's just sad.

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Notice Date: April 19, 2010

Notice Recieved: April 21, 2010

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Touched: April 22, 2010

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