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My partner is undertaking a paternity test through local GP via CMS and we're curious as to what details will be asked/required? Will he be required to bring forms of ID and have his photo taken? 

We haven't been told anything so we don't know what to expect and we are a little anxious over it.

Topic starter Posted : 13/04/2024 8:32 pm
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I suggest you follow up with the GP/CMS to ask what the process is, and if any ID will be required. They will likely have a verification process in case of fraud.

Posted : 14/04/2024 2:11 pm
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