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A city in south China is offering free DNA tests to low-income families, which will help them register their offspring and receive poverty relief benefits. The authorities in Yongning district in Nanning, the capital of the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, have decided to waive the cost of DNA tests for 500 poor and unregistered people so that they can register for a residents permit, known as a and qualify for financial and social assistance. In some rural and underdeveloped areas in China, couples failed to register their marriage with local civil affairs agency. A DNA test, which can prove the biological link between children and their parents, is the first step toward getting these unregistered people a
Children must have a to enroll in public schools and, later, it is also a required document for employment.
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