We always depend on a child’s parent or guardians to decide whether the AncestryDNA is convenient for use by the children under their responsibility. If a infant uses AncestryDNA, then guardians or parents of that infant is liable for the minor’s action.
Also they are considered to have authorized to the use of child’s information by Ancestry. By providing the sample DNA of a child, you prove that only you are legal parent or guardian of the minor. So for your help here we have updated all the instructions of activating ancestry DNA kit for your child. You just need to follow the below given steps of activating AncestryDNA kit for child:
How To Activate Ancestry DNA Kit For My Child
We will guide you through the process, making sure it’s a smooth experience from start to finish. To begin, visit the Ancestry DNA activation page and sign in or create a new account. Follow the instructions to enter your child’s activation code, provide the necessary details, and review the consent options. Customize your preferences for sharing DNA matches and receiving updates by following these simple steps to successfully activate your child’s DNA kit and unlock the fascinating world of genetic discoveries for your family.
- Visit Ancestry DNA Activation and sign in or create a new Ancestry account.
- If signed in, select “Yes.” If not, click “No,” sign in, activate the DNA kit, and click “Next.”
- Enter your child’s activation code (found on their tube and instructions packet) without hyphens, and click “Next.”
- Choose “My Child” and click “Next.”
- Confirm you are the legal parent or guardian of the minor and click “Yes.”
- Provide your child’s mandatory details (name, birth year, sex at birth) and click “Next.”
- Read the DNA processing consent carefully, review it, and click “Next.” Declining consent will prevent kit activation.
- Choose whether to save your child’s DNA sample with Ancestry and click “Next.”
- Decide if you want to see your child’s DNA matches and click “Next.” This preference can be changed later.
- Select which regions of ethnicity estimate matches will see and click “Next.”
- Opt for text updates about kit status by clicking “Yes” and providing your mobile number, or click “No” and “Next.”
- Choose whether to receive weekly email updates about new information and relatives based on your child’s DNA results, then click “Next.”
- Review all information and click “Submit and Activate.”
Activating your child’s Ancestry DNA kit and exploring your family’s genetic heritage has never been easier. Remember to check the DNA kit status on the Ancestry website and keep an eye on any updates regarding your child’s DNA results. Embark on this exciting journey and connect with your family’s history in a truly unique way.
What Is the Age Requirement for Ancestry DNA Testing?
Ancestry DNA requires all test participants to be at least 18 years of age. Parental consent is required for children under 18 to use a DNA kit, and the parent must also manage the account. Parents/guardians must provide consent, enter necessary information and manage privacy settings for their child’s DNA results.