Basic Hispanic DNA Report Only (Upgrade)

Basic Hispanic DNA Test Upgrade (Report Only)

Order if you want your results for Hispanic and American Indian matches confirmed. Does not include DNA Test. You must have already taken a test with an autosomal DNA profile. Great for Americans with Hispanic ancestry, Mexicans and other Latin Americans!

The Basic Hispanic DNA Test from DNA Consultants serves as a gateway to your unique Hispanic and indigenous roots.

Our vast database, encompassing over 550 global populations and specifically targeting nearly 170 Hispanic and indigenous groups, provides unmatched insights.

Celebrated for advancing genetic testing, the Basic Hispanic DNA Test is a key tool for exploring Hispanic and indigenous American roots. Because it is based on your autosomal DNA, it may be taken by a male or female. No need to resend a sample if you have already taken one of our tests; this is a “report only” type of upgrade.

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Consider ordering Genealogy Services to document your Hispanic or American Indian ancestry!

This is a stand-alone product including a DNA test and can be ordered by itself. It focuses only on Hispanic and American Indian matches, not your full ancestry. Once you receive your test results you may upgrade to the full product with the Mid Upgrade. To order the full product to start with, including other ethnic matches and markers, world and megapopulation results, an ancestry map and certificate, and your top countries of Europe, purchase a DNA Fingerprint Plus or Native American DNA Fingerprint Plus.

This is a forensic DNA test based in part on publicly available tribal American Indian data published in J. Ng et al, “Native American Population Data Based on the Globalfiler® Autosomal STR loci,” Forensic Science International: Genetics 24:e12-e13. A non-chain-of-custody test, this cannot serve for legal or administrative purposes and does not provide ethnicity percentages. Neither the Bureau of Indian Affairs nor any other similar type of agency accepts DNA results as sole proof for membership claims. Your Native American ancestors might be too far removed generationally or their genes too weak to register statistically. Results may or may not confirm your expected ethnic composition, family history, or genealogical determinations. No DNA ancestry test by itself can prove identity, biological relationships, nationality, citizenship, immigration, or tribal enrollment.

Available Matches to Mexican Indigenous Groups in atDNA 11.0

Baja California Cochimi Indians (n = 25)
Baja California Kiliwa Indians (n = 14)
Central Region (n = 679)
Chihuahua (North Central) (n = 161)
Choles Chiapas (n = 109)
Coras Nayarit (n=85)
Cucupa/Cocobah Indians (n = 11)
Guerrero Mestizo (n = 251)
Hidalgo Metztitlan (n = 180)
Huichols Durango (n=57)
Huichols Jalisco (n=117)
Huichols Nayarit (n=65)
Huichols Nayarit and Jalisco (n = 30)
Kumeyaay/Diegueno and PaiPai Indians (n = 27)
Kumeyaay/Diegueno Indians (n = 15)
Mayo Sonora (n=45)
Mexicaneros Durango (n=84)
Nahau, Atocpan or Otomi and Cuetzalan Indians (n = 11)
Nayarit and Jalisco Cora (n = 64)
Northeastern Mestizo (n = 143)
Nuevo Leon (n =143)
Oaxaca Amuzgo (n = 30)
Oaxaca Chinanteco (n=40)
Oaxaca Chontal (n=29)
Oaxaca Huave (n=29)
Oaxaca Mazateco (n=31)
Oaxaca Mixe (n=30)
Oaxaca Mixteco (n=30)
Oaxaca Triqui (n=37)
Oaxaca Zapoteco del Istmo (n=30)
Oaxaca Zapoteco del Valle (n=40)
Oaxaca Zoque (n=35)
Seri Indians Sonora (n = 29)
Tarahumara or Raramuri Indians (n = 5)
Tarahumaras Chihuahua (n=204)
Tepehuanos Durango (n=123)