Asked in Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for Puerto Rico

Q: I have a child in department of family care whose DNA test is required ?what is the procedure?stolen baby from hospital.

Department of family Puerto Rico is doing everything to not let me see him by making excuses or hanging up calls. One of child mom friends told me that baby is actually stolen baby from hospital so blood test shows mom is not his real mom even so government is worried test will open a Pandora box of corruption .I haven't seen him for 6 years after I demanded blood test and my visa got denied even. police of puerto Rico is again involved too. anyone who tried to help me leaves me without explaining.

How do I get the test when department of family can't even tell where is the child? Do you know any lawyer who deals with these cases .

1 Lawyer Answer
Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin

A: Get the test.

Perhaps it would help if you did not refer to the child as an “it.”

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