Find a Location for Your USCIS Medical Exam
Do you need to take a medical exam for a green card? Don't worry; we can help! For almost 20 years, we've helped thousands of people get their immigration medical exams done right the first time. We are dedicated to getting this done right the first time. Our exams offer:

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Immigration medical exam appointments must be booked online or by calling one of our Immigration Clinics directly. The 1st visit is the “intake” visit and must be booked online to ensure a specialist is scheduled to meet you. Convenient scheduling is available 30 days in advance!

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After your bloodwork is reviewed, our staff will call you and schedule your 2nd visit at a convenient time and location for you. This visit can occur at a different location than your 1st visit.

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Physicians Immediate Care has been serving our Immigrant Community for over 30 years. We understand the impact of incomplete or rejected paperwork and take our responsibility to you very seriously. 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

All vaccines must follow CDC (Centers for Disease Control) & ACIP (Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices) guidelines for children and adults.

First Visit

Reserve your time online or by calling one of our Immigration Clinics.

Two visits are required to ensure that all elements of the exam are completed including understanding one’s medical history, vaccine requirements, and a physical and behavioral exam.

At the first visit, our expert immigration medical specialist will review your application and ensure you meet the eligibility requirements for the immigration medical exam. Bloodwork and a urine test will be done to check for communicable diseases. Vaccinations are subject to availability, but at check out, you will receive a list of any further vaccines that must be acquired to schedule the next portion of the Immigration Medical Exam. These can be received through either your local Health Department or your family physician.

Additionally, if testing reveals that an x-ray is necessary for the exam, you will be asked to complete it before the second visit. All records and test results must be provided to us for you to be scheduled with our Civil Surgeon for the Immigration Medical Exam.

What to Bring to Your Immigration Exam:

  • Valid, government-issued I.D. or Passport*
  • All vaccine records - if you do not have these, do not worry. We will work with you to update these records.
  • Payment for your immigration paperwork
  • Children under 14 must have a copy of their birth certificate showing their parents' names, birth location, and date of birth.

What Vaccinations are Available During an Immigration Medical Exam? **:

  • Mumps, Measles, and Rubella (MMR) - MMR is a combination vaccine to help reduce the likelihood of catching these three diseases.
  • Varicella - Varicella is a vaccine to protect against Chickenpox.
  • Tetanus and Diptheria Toxoids (as TDaP :Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) - TDaP is a combination vaccine that helps reduce the chances of catching Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (whooping cough).
  • Pertussis (as TDaP) - Protection against whooping cough, which is a contagious bacterial disease.
  • Influenza (USCIS requires this during Flu Season: October 1 to March 31 of each year) - Influenza vaccinations are required by USCIS during Flu Season, which runs from October 1 to March 31 each year.
  • Hepatitis B - The Hepatitis B vaccine helps protect against a virus that can cause liver damage.

**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 Licensed Civil Surgeons will perform your immigration medical exam. Your I-693 paperwork will be completed, signed 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!


What is an Immigration Medical Exam?

An immigration medical exam is a pathway to getting a green card, and its purpose is to detect any communicable diseases and to ensure the person applying is healthy.


Scheduling an Immigration Medical Exam

For your convenience, you may use Physicians Immediate Care's online scheduling or call the clinic directly to reserve a time for your immigration medical exam.

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