New York at home paternity testing requires authorization (authorizing agents may be a doctor or lawyer or judge), and the collection process must be witnessed by a disinterested third-party (the collector). This collection process is the same one used for court-admissible paternity testing in other states. nGTLDNA does not comply. They processed a DNA report for my ex-boyfriend. I pretending to be unaware of the legislation and sent a email to their information department. nI received a response from Stefan A Lang, Executive Director confirming this legislation. nDespite this, GTLDNA sold an information only kit to my ex-boyfriend and processed a paternity test, in August 2012. If they are willing to circumvent the law I wonder what other short cuts they are willing to take.
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