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Paternity DNA Tests in North Carolina


The largest city in North Carolina is Charlotte, and it is also the biggest banking centre in the whole of the US after New York. Queen City as it is known is a town that means business; it has a good amount of museums, stately neighbourhoods and plenty of fine cuisine.

Visit the funky NoDa neighbourhood, short for North Davidson, where you will find a collection of renovated textile mills and it is the home of the city’s bohemian talent. There is the Billy Graham Library which may be of interest to those fascinated with evangelism, pastor Billy Graham was a part of the phenomenon of Christian evangelism in America.

The coast in North Carolina is relatively under-developed and has a bit of everything from boardwalk bars to colonial towns brimming with tourists. On the outer banks you can watch the fisherman hauling in their catch of shrimp and oysters and the older people still have British sounding accents inherited from their English ancestors. Further south is Wilmington and this city is known for TV and film production, it is popular with tourists and spring breakers as the beaches are pretty and tidal lagoons are teeming with shore birds and fish.

Myrtle Beach is summer vacation American-style: bikers, no need for your helmets; there is no helmet law here! And you will see many a greying ponytail flying in the wind whilst teenagers play on their phones on the beach and whole families roast meat on the white sand. It has enormous malls and plenty of mini golf, water parks and for those of you with a taste for them, daiquiri bars.

Wilmington is a unique place well worth a visit and is a veritable cultural melting pot of African Americans, Caribbeans and Jews. There is also a vibrant art scene which encourages tourists to visit. Check out the Delaware Art Museum for the Edward Hopper paintings and walk down to the riverfront which is all re-developed and lined with sparkly restaurants and cafes. It is also home to the most stunning building: the Delaware Centre for Contemporary Arts. The best place to stay is the Hotel Du Pont which is very luxurious, its namesake the DuPonts being one of the most successful American families of the industrial age. For a beer head over to the Iron Hill Brewery, a huge space on many levels inside a brick warehouse. You’ll find micro brews and hearty pub food.

The North Carolina Mountains are great for climbing, rafting, hiking and camping. The Appalachians in the western part include the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge to name a few. The Cherokee came here to hunt and the Scots-Irish immigrants arrived in the 18th century to try to find a better life. Nowadays it offers the opportunity to follow craggy trails and take in deep breaths of fresh air with jaw droppingly good photo ops at every turn. Visit Asheville and stay in the Omni Grove Park Inn, which looks like an arts and crafts stone lodge but is a lot more than that, in fact it is a luxury stone pool spa and offers an indoor waterfall among other treats with mountain views from some of the more expensive rooms.

Paternity DNA Testing in the USA

All International Biosciences’ DNA analysis and Paternity DNA Tests is carried out at a laboratory accredited in accordance with the recognised International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005 by A2LA, a signatory to the ILAC arrangement. New York State has specific requirements for DNA testing including: collection by a third party under chain of custody; the specimen must be accompanied by a test order from your physician or lawyer; and specimens must be submitted to and analysed by a laboratory holding a NYS permit. Our laboratory holds a New York State Department of Health certificate. Please contact us for more information.

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International Biosciences accept orders for Paternity DNA Tests from North Carolina, the surrounding areas and all of the USA.

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