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Looking for your biological father is an inner impulse under the skin. Thanks to developing technologies, finding your father is much easier than before, and the progress doesn’t have to be dramatic. If you’re the one who wants to find your dad, this post will lead you the way.
How to gather my father’s information
Finding a biological father is not an easy task, it is a long process, lots of research, and at times pure blind luck. To find your father, you need to gather information about him, the more you can find, the more chance you have to find your dad.
- Your father’s first, middle, and last name.
- The city and state he used to live
- The photo of him
Your mother should be the first person to approach you if you live with her. Otherwise, you can request your original birth certificate if you were born in the US. It may have your father’s name on it.
You can always go to the county where you were born and request your birth certificate. If you’re adopted, you can contact the official organization for clues. A local county or child support department would be a good place to find support. They may help you narrow down your search range and possibly reach your father.
If your mother doesn’t know anything about your birth father or she refuses to divulge, you can move to the DNA test.
How to find your dad with the name
The name is the most important clue for finding your father, but you can zoom out the range to find your dad if you know the last city/state he used to live in. You can try your birth city if you don’t know the info.
TruthFinder is the ultimate sleuthing weapon to help you find your dad. You don’t need tons of information to track your birth father. TruthFinder is one of the best people search engines in the United States which means you can find almost anyone using TruthFinder’s extensive search tool. Just enter the name and it will show you who matches that information.
- Go to TruthFinder.
- Type your dad’s full name, including the middle initial. Don’t forget to select the city, and state to narrow down the search. You can try your birth city/state if you don’t know this info.
- Wait for the powerful search engine crawls matched data from billions of data to find a resulting background report.
A TruthFinder background report may reveal a person’s contact info, location, other public info, and social media accounts but can also offer relative names of that person, which could help you dig more clues from a name. If you feel confused by numerous reports with the same name, don’t worry, TruthFinder offers unlimited monthly reports with a membership, you can pull reports as much as you need.
If you know little about your father, the TruthFinder membership is worth the price. You can also search your birth mother’s name on TruthFinder, your biological father’s name may appear in the ‘Possible Relatives’ section of her report.
It would be easier when you know your father’s name, but always check your data, and compare the information. However, if you can’t get any useful information, you can turn to a DNA kit for help.
Use a DNA kit to find your biological father
What if you don’t have any information about your dad? You can order a DNA kit online to give it a try. If one of your relatives has been collected in the database, you will be matched after taking a DNA test.
The goal of taking the DNA test is simple: find out the branch of your family tree. Any close relatives on your father’s side would help you find your biological father.
- Create a new email address and use it to find your dad. (We suggest you don’t use your personal email as you may get spam during the process.)
- Take DNA tests on familytreedna.com.
- Once the DNA test is done, download the copy and search for the person on TruthFinder to get the contact info.
- You can send a private message on social media to build a connection. TruthFinder provides a detailed background report including all the social media accounts the person has.
- If your DNA result doesn’t send you good news, you can upload it to other DNA sites so you got a chance to be matched.
To be honest, none of the people search engines and DNA test sites can promise their results are 100% accurate. You need to be prepared that finding your dad will be a long-term journey along with disappointment, misery, sorrow, joy, hope, and more. Even if you find your biological father, always be aware that in the end, you might meet people that were best left as strangers. Take a break when needed and wish you all the best.
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