Hi, I'm a US citizen and recently went to the Embassy for CRBA interview, we had all documents in order. Kid is a lot darker than me and there is a good chance is not my biological kid- but I was there for prenatal care, I was there in delivery holding his mother's hand while she gave birth, I love them both very much, I have documents from both hospital and government listing me as the father. Anyway the interview was going great, they told us to wait outside, then called us back in, where another person told me "For babies born out of wedlock, we recommend DNA testing", and handed me back all of our documents and instructions on getting the DNA test, which explained this test is voluntary. My question- I don't want to waste time and money on a test which has a good chance of being a fail. I understand the US Embassy cannot force me to go for the test, but will that be an automatic CRBA denial? Or are they just 'recommending' it as a courtesy to me? Obviously I don't want to call the Embassy about this. Lack of CRBA won't be a complete trainsmash as I understand the kid can come on his mother's i129 fiancee visa, but it would be simpler and easier for many reasons if he can just get a CRBA. Any help or advice would be appreciated.