My daughter's interview was done and the CO asked a DNA test for me and my daughter. The CO said everything is fine but he wanted to make it sure that I'm the biological mother because my daughter's birth certificate was registered late. Another red flag, I was at a later age when I gave birth and she's my only child. He asked me the records of my pre-natal when I was pregnant with my daughter but I told the CO that I didn't have those prenatal records anymore. I am so sure that my daughter is really my daughter so DNA test is not a problem. My husband already called and paid the AABB Accredited Relationship (DNA) Testing Facilities in the US on that day after the interview. I scanned and email him the documents that I got from the USE to speed up the process. The AABB Accredited Relationship (DNA) Testing Facilities sent the kit express mail to the USE manila and they'll get it on Monday. The AABB Accredited Relationship (DNA) Testing Facilities told us that the whole process will only takes 8 days for them, but depends how fast the process of the US Embassy in Manila. I think by doing it right away saves us 2 weeks.
My questions are:
1. Are positive DNA results is good enough proof to get a visa?
2. How long will it take to get the visa after the USE got the DNA result?
3. The CO has doubt about my relationship with my daughter that's why he asked a DNA test but DNA test is not a problem. Is there anything else that I need to worry about?
I appreciate any input, Thank You.
Edited by Bell2, 07 June 2012 - 06:35 AM.