This book outlines the European framework of family reunification and the reasons for focussing on Austria, Finland and Germany. It presents the case studies that provide a general understanding of how DNA testing affects the national immigration policies.
1. Constellations, Complexities and Challenges of Researching DNA Analysis for Family Reunification: An Introduction 2. Germany: The Geneticisation of the Family 3. Finland: Securing Human Rights, Suspecting Fraud 4. Austria: DNA Profiling as a Lie Detector 5. Ethical Aspects of DNA Testing for Family Reunification 6. Governing DNA Analysis for Family Reunification: A Comparative Perspective