What is the immigration medical exam?
The reason for that is because the number one priority of the DOS and USCIS is to keep the citizens of the USA safe and some of these conditions could be detrimental to their well-being.
Who should get the examination?
When should you get the examination?
What tests could I expect to get and why choose us?
What steps should I take to get it done as soon as possible?
Here are some things that you need to prepare and bring to the appointment.
• A government-issued photo ID. These include official documents such as your passport, state identification document, driver’s license, travel permit, or work permit. Your passport would be more than sufficient proof of official identification so we recommend bringing it along to your exam.
• Your immunization or vaccination records. If you have a vaccination passport or any other form of supporting evidence, proving which vaccines or immunizations you received in the past, bring it along with you.
• Copies of any previous chest X-rays if you have any recent ones.
• A letter from your regular doctor outlining the treatment plan for any health problems you have or any prescriptions that you are on.
• Payment for the medical exam fee. Be on the safe side and bring cash. A broken or offline card machine could frustrate you and waste time.
• You’re health insurance card if you have one.
Where should I get it done?
Their years of experience contribute to first-class service and a smooth process that will send you on your way to getting your green card in no time. They offer the complete test (at a very affordable price) which includes:
• RPS (syphilis test),
• Tuberculosis test
• Gonorrhea Test
• Complete i693 Report
• Flu Shot