Changes to Immigration Physicals in 2022
One of the most important steps in becoming a United States Citizen is finding a health care provider authorized to administer a physical examination for United States Citizenship & Immigration Services of the Department of Homeland Security.
Not every physician can perform immigration physical (USCIS) exams – the USCIS has a list of authorized providers applicants can use for this service.
Please visit the USCIS website here and enter the zip code “34471” to search for our authorization. The information of our chief medical officer, Dr. Choksi, can be found and verified through this site.
At Jet Medical Center, our team is committed to helping people with their immigration physical exams, and some of the requirements for this exam has changed in the late months of 2021.
Please note the following changes to the USCIS physical examination:
- Effective October 1st, 2021: Applicants subject to the immigration medical exam must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before the civil surgeon can complete an immigration medical exam and sign Form I-693. Click here to view COVID-19 requirements.
- Effective September 1st, 2021: The CDC released age-specific Syphilis and Gonorrhea guidelines. Click the links for more information:
If you or members of your business team need a USCIS immigration physical, our team can help. Call us, click on Contact Us, or email us and put our experience to work for you. We offer multiple services as part of your USCIS (Immigration) physical, and most evaluations can be completed in two visits. Visit our Immigration Physical (USCIS) page for more information.
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