MOST EVALUATIONS CAN BE COMPLETED IN JUST 2 VISITS!
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NEW FOR 2023:
Effective November 29th, 2023, USCIS requires all applicants subject to the immigration medical examination to complete, based on age, the updated COVID-19 vaccine formula. Documentation must be provided to the civil surgeon before completion of the medical examination. We can help – please call for more information.
SERVICES & FEES
COMPLETE IMMIGRATION PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
- Physical Examination
- Review of your written vaccination and other health records
- Urine Gonorrhea & Blood Syphilis testing (RPR)- As per updated guidelines above
- Tuberculosis Blood Testing. This is required for applicants 2 and older. If the test result is positive, a chest X-ray will be required. The cost of the X-ray, should it be necessary, is not included in the price of the immigration exam but can be completed for an additional fee
- Certified and Sealed I-693 form with a copy for yourself
- Copies of your laboratory testing
- Other vaccinations as required by USCIS / Immigration services are available at an additional cost.
WHAT TO BRING:
- Valid, government issued picture ID such as a valid passport (preferred), driver’s license, green card, or military ID
- Medical records (translated to English by an official translator, if necessary), including proof of prior treatment for tuberculosis or other infectious disease and prior chest x-rays
- Immunization records (translated to English by an official translator)
- Any mental health records (translated to English by an official translator, if necessary)
N-648: MEDICAL CERTIFICATION FOR DISABILITY EXEMPTIONS
Consultations for this start at $250, and if we accept your case, we will apply this fee to your final bill. Please call for more information.
AFTER THE EXAM
Once the immigration medical examination is completed and all immunizations and/or lab tests have been performed, we will provide you with a certified form I-693 in a sealed envelope to present to the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services. DO NOT OPEN THE SEALED ENVELOPE. Turn in the envelope with your immigration application. A copy of your blood tests results and exam will be provided for you to keep after results have been discussed with the doctor. The medical examination will be valid for up to one year after the immigration exam date.
- Immigration Physical Form I-693
- Further information about vaccine preventable diseases can be found on the CDC website CDC Vaccine List
Immigration Forms may be found at: https://www.uscis.gov/