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Immigration Physicals Available Here

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What kind of physical is needed for immigration?

An immigration physical looks a lot like a regular, yearly physical. You will have an evaluation (skin test/chest x-ray examination) for tuberculosis, and blood test for syphilis. You may be examined for physical and health conditions, depending on your previous medical history.

What should I bring before my immigration physical?

Patients will need to provide a few important pieces of information and bring those in before they schedule their immigration physical. The items you will need to bring into our walk-in clinic includes:

  • Government-issued photo identification

  • Vaccination records

  • Payment options

  • Additional up-to-date medical records including medications and medical history

How long will the visit take?

The exam will last roughly two hours, and during that time, the doctor will review your immunization and medical history with you. They will ask both general and specific questions about your health.

Does insurance cover I-693?

Health insurance does not cover the cost for the I-693 medical exam for your Green Card application. To reduce the costs have your vaccines updated and your medical record to show the Civil Surgeon who will complete the USCIS I-693 form. 1. Obtain your lab and immunizations records.

Where do I go for my visit?

At this time, immigration physicials are done only at our Cypress location. Please call 281-304-1100 for more details.

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