Low Cost Immigration Medical Exam
Here at UrgentWay, we have USCIS-certified physicians for immigration medical exams without the hassle of long wait hours. All your immigration form requirements such as vaccinations, X-rays, blood draws, urine collection, and more are offered all at one place at a price you can afford.
What should you bring with you to your consultation?
- A government-issued picture ID
- A health insurance card for record
What kind of services do we offer?
- Complete medical examination by a civil surgeon
- Blood tests
- Completing an I-693 form
Our experienced health care professionals will discuss your health and counsel you on preventative care and healthy choices.
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Certified and Accredited
UrgentWay offers complete physical examination by a USCIS-certified physician. Physical examination is compulsory for completion of your green card application and must be performed by a civil surgeon certified by USCIS. Moreover, if needed, UrgentWay also provides AABB accredited DNA testing service for your immigration medical form.
Our USCIS-certified physicians provide immigration medical exams for U.S permanent residency
We offer urgent tests that can be collected the very next day!
No need to search for the updated I-693 form!
For your convenience, UrgentWay has the up-to-date I-693 form available on-site.
UrgentWay offers an all-inclusive package deal consisting of TD vaccine, PPD placement and reading, blood draw, immigration physical exam by civil surgeon, I-693 form completion and provision of 2 copies of completed form in sealed envelope. Cheapest immigration medical exam in town! No need to worry about going to the clinic and getting charged additional. Package deal is transparent; no hidden charges.
What Should You Bring to Your Immigration Medical Exam?
You should bring the following at the day of your immigration medical examination:
- A list of all the vaccines you’ve already received.
- A description of health conditions along with any specific medical supervision requirements.
- Communication regarding any family member with mental retardation or learning difficulties.
If you’ve ever had positive tuberculosis (TB) skin test, you’ll need a certificate from your doctor detailing circumstances of the positive test result, as well as any treatment provided and how long it lasted. If you’ve ever been diagnosed with tuberculosis, you’ll need to show a formal certification from your doctor stating that you received proper treatment along with dates and types of medications you have been given. Bring most recent X-ray films obtained to review if you’ve ever had an abnormal chest X-ray. Sometimes original x-ray films are required instead of printed reports.
If you have ever had syphilis, you’ll need a documented certificate from a doctor or public health officer stating that you were properly treated. You must bring a written explanation signed by your doctor if you have ever had a positive VDRL or other blood test for syphilis and were not being treated.
You need to provide information on, If you have a history of destructive or aggressive behavior that resulted in injury to people or animals, or harm to inanimate things. It will help a doctor decide if the behavior was caused by a psychiatric or medical illness, or by the use of drugs or alcohol. Attempts at suicide or self-harm, no matter how slight, are examples of harmful behavior.
Written certification will be required stating the diagnosis, length of treatment and prognosis, if you have been treated or hospitalized for psychiatric, mental illness, alcohol, or drug abuse. If you’re being treated for a chronic medical condition or taking medication on a regular basis, be prepared to describe your symptoms and treatments. It is a good idea to prepare a list.
A copy of Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, with the top half filled in by you if you’re adjusting status in the United States.
Important Facts & FAQs
Is UrgentWay certified to conduct immigration physical exams and DNA testing?
Do I need to follow any instructions prior to coming for the exam?
- Bring your passport and driver’s license or any other government issued photo ID
- Bring your vaccination records/Blood test results for vaccination related antibodies
- If you have recently received a flu shot, kindly bring the documentation
- You may eat or drink before the exam
What are the US immigration medical exam requirements for Form I-693?
- An immigration physical exam (also called a green card physical exam) by a USCIS-certified physician
- A PPD (TB) skin test (Effective August 2018, UCSIS will not accept PPD skin test for TB screening. Instead, a QuantiFERON blood test will be required)
- RPR blood test for syphilis for ages ≥ 15
- Gonorrhea urine test for ages ≥ 15
- Vaccination record
- Completion of green card physical form by a USCIS-certified physician who is performing your exam and ordering your lab work
Which vaccinations are required for the immigration exam?
- Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids
- Hemophilus influenza type b
What will happen after the immigration physical exam?
- Submit Form I-693 by mail, together with your Form I-485 and application to register for permanent residence or adjust status to the location specified for your Form I-485 (https://www.uscis.gov/i-485-addresses)
- Submit Form I-693 by mail after filing your Form I-485 to the location specified in your most recent communication with USCIS (for example, a request for evidence letter from USCIS)
- Submit Form I-693 in person at an interview in a USCIS field office (if an interview is required)
Why do I need a DNA test?
- Family-based immigration: In this case, due to insufficient or incomplete documentation, DNA testing is required to provide proof of a family relationship (such as paternity, maternity) that is the basis for the petition of the immigration case
- Consular report of birth abroad: In this case, due to a child being born outside of US to US citizen parents, DNA testing is required to prove the biological relationship between the child and parents