PATERSON, NJ – Hudson County’s premier DNA and Paternity Testing service is coming to Paterson to serve residents in need of these services, for immigration, court mandated, or other reasons, in a safe, convenient and affordable way. 

Starting on Saturday, May 15, Hudson Testing will be on location at the New Jersey Help Center, 281 Union Avenue, Paterson by appointment only between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on the third Saturday of each month. 

Services for paternity testing start at $299 while DNA tests for immigration purposes, including citizenship, begin at $500.

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In existence for 18 years, Hudson Testing offers clients the assurance that we can handle all of your DNA, Drug and Alcohol Testing needs with on site testing, 24/7 phone support, after hours & weekend appointments. Hudson Testing offers zero or minimal wait time in a quiet, private, comfortable setting with our licensed and insured technicians.

All tests are sent to accredited labs approved by the DOT and AABB. All samples are shipped overnight by courier and arrive at Hudson Testing’s partnering labs by 10:00 a.m. the next day. Most test results report out in 2-5 days depending upon the type of test. 

When it comes to serving their client’s immigration needs Hudson Testing will help create a case, take buccal swab samples, ship it out, contact the other DNA donor, make arrangements in your country and follow through with the paperwork and correspondence throughout the whole process.

For more information or to make an appointment click here or call 201-994-5964.

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