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Hi I got an email for DNA appointment for son in Ghana and it says 

For beneficiaries (children) under age 18, a signed notarized letter or Power of Attorney from the petitioner in the US, giving the local guardian (even the mother) authority to sign documents on behalf of the individual providing the sample. 

 

I already email them the notarized letter for his guardian in Ghana but what kind of documents are they having her sign on his behalf? Does anyone have any experience as to what actually happens at the collection? Can we bring an interpreter as guardian does not speak english?

 

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8 hours ago, josie125 said:

Hi I got an email for DNA appointment for son in Ghana and it says 

For beneficiaries (children) under age 18, a signed notarized letter or Power of Attorney from the petitioner in the US, giving the local guardian (even the mother) authority to sign documents on behalf of the individual providing the sample. 

 

I already email them the notarized letter for his guardian in Ghana but what kind of documents are they having her sign on his behalf? Does anyone have any experience as to what actually happens at the collection? Can we bring an interpreter as guardian does not speak english?

 

If your child is under age 18 years, you already sent them notarized letter(1)the person who accompany your child for the DNA test name suppose on the letter you sent to them that you authorized him/her to bring your child(2)that person will go there with photo I.D and the letter you sent plus the DNA letter USCIS sent(3)your child will go there with he/her passport plus 2 passport photos(4)the accompany person will sign any documents need to sign on behalf of your child. 

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1 minute ago, Chiefay said:

If your child is under age 18 years, you already sent them notarized letter(1)the person who accompany your child for the DNA test name suppose on the letter you sent to them that you authorized him/her to bring your child(2)that person will go there with photo I.D and the letter you sent plus the DNA letter USCIS sent(3)your child will go there with he/her passport plus 2 passport photos(4)the accompany person will sign any documents need to sign on behalf of your child. 

No you don't need any interpreter. 

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13 hours ago, Chiefay said:

If your child is under age 18 years, you already sent them notarized letter(1)the person who accompany your child for the DNA test name suppose on the letter you sent to them that you authorized him/her to bring your child(2)that person will go there with photo I.D and the letter you sent plus the DNA letter USCIS sent(3)your child will go there with he/her passport plus 2 passport photos(4)the accompany person will sign any documents need to sign on behalf of your child. 

i had already scanned the letter from uscis requesting the dna, so they also need to bring a copy of that with them to the dna collection? 

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8 hours ago, josie125 said:

i had already scanned the letter from uscis requesting the dna, so they also need to bring a copy of that with them to the dna collection? 

Yes that's the appointment letter to you and your son for DNA testing,don't forget that you also will go for DNA testing, when you going to do the test take that letter and your I.D card with you Remember  that USCIS is going to need your DNA testing before they will scheduled your son to do his test. 

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3 hours ago, Chiefay said:

Yes that's the appointment letter to you and your son for DNA testing,don't forget that you also will go for DNA testing, when you going to do the test take that letter and your I.D card with you Remember  that USCIS is going to need your DNA testing before they will scheduled your son to do his test. 

oh i see now, thank you so much! 

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