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Immigration Medical Exam

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Included in the Medical Exam

An immigration exam, also known as a green card medical exam, is required for all applicants who are filing to become permanent residents of the United States or green card holder. Dr. Medina Galvan is a designated civil surgeon who is able to conduct comprehensive immigration physicals.

 

Our immigration medical exam is $500. 

  • Physical Examination

  • Blood work required by Immigration Services

  • Vaccination History Review

  • Copy of I-693 Form

  • Certified and sealed I-693 Form

What to bring to your appointment:

  • Passport from country of origin

  • Immigration Physical Form, I-693 – completed with your information. When filling out the form, please do NOT sign Part 2, Section 4, until instructed to do so by Dr. Medina. 

  • A copy of your vaccination records

  • A list of your current medications

  • A certificate from your doctor stating that you were diagnosed with and treated for tuberculosis, if applicable. 

  • A certificate of clearance if you have had syphilis diagnosed and treated by a medical professional. 

  • If you have a history of harmful or violent behavior, you must provide information that can help Dr. Medina determine whether the behavior was psychiatric or medical in nature, or the result of drug or alcohol abuse.

  • If you have been treated or hospitalized for any psychiatric or mental illness, you must provide written certification, including the diagnosis, length of treatment, and prognosis.

Additional Information:

  • Payment for the exam must be paid in full on the day of the appointment.

  • By USCIS Policy all laboratory tests should be ordered by an authorized civil surgeon, not by your primary care physician. 

  • If you do not have any history of your vaccination and immunization records, we can provide you with a vaccine referral.

  • If tuberculosis test results come back positive, a digital chest X-ray referral will be given.

  • Only USCIS civil surgeon doctors can sign and seal the USCIS I-693 Form. Once the envelope is sealed, it cannot be opened by the applicant. 

  • Lab results and sealed envelope will be provided within 10 business days.

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