Do you need to take a medical exam for a green card? Don’t worry, we can help! For nearly a decade we’ve helped thousands of people get their immigration medical exams done right, the first time. Our exams offer:
All of our clinics that offer immigration exams are open seven days a week. We accept walk-ins for first exams with appointments available.
We know the impact of incomplete or rejected paperwork. We offer comprehensive training to our civil surgeons and employees to make sure they know the ins and outs of the process and adhere to USCIS guidelines.
Physicians Immediate Care has been serving patients like you for over 30 years. We have helped thousands of people get their immigration exams done so they can focus on building the life they want.
Immigration Medical Exam Guide: What to Expect
Since the medical exam portion of the immigration process can take two to three visits, it helps to know what to expect and what you need to bring.
We encourage appointments for all visits; however will accept walk-ins for the first visit. Payment is due for all visits upfront.
You Need to Bring:
• Valid, government issued I.D. or Passport*
• Any and all vaccine records
• Payment for all three immigration exams
*alternative proof of identity may be accepted for children under 14 years of age that shows name, date and place of birth, parents’ full names and other identifying information.
• Mumps, Measles, and Rubella
• Tetanus and Diptheria Toxoids
• Haemophilus Influenzae Type B
• Hepatitis B
**Vaccinations are subject to availability. Please note that certain vaccinations for children 17 and under need to be administered by their PCP.
SECOND VISIT (appointment required)
At your final visit, one of our civil surgeons will perform your immigration medical exam. Your I-693 paperwork will be completed and sealed for you to submit to USCIS, and you will also receive a copy for your records.
The medical portion of the immigration process is now complete!