Immigration Medical Exam Procedure
At Medrite Urgent Care you can count on fast, reliable service. A scheduled appointment is needed. With a same day appointment, no long lines or tedious waiting, it can’t get any easier. Quick in, quick out!.
Bring This Paperwork to the Exam
You will need to gather the items listed below and bring them with you to the exam.
- Passport or current ID
- Up-to-date Vaccination Record
- Current Health Records
- USCIS Forms I-693
What will happen during the Immigration Medical Exam?
Your medical exam will include four parts.
- Minor burns
- Bites, Rashes, Skin Conditions
- Abscess, Boils
- Allergic reactions
- Fever, Flu, Congestion
- Hearing Tests Via Soundproof Booth Testing
- Wart Removal
- Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Stomach flu
- Physical Examination:Each applicant is required to have a physical examination and a mental status evaluation. (You will be asked to disrobe during the physical exam.)
- TB Skin Test:A Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) is required of all applicants two years old or older.
- Serologic (blood) Test:
Applicants 15 years old or older are required to be tested for HIV and syphilis. If there is a reason to suspect possible HIV or syphilis infection for applicants under 15 years old, a serologic test will also be required. Pre-test counseling will be given before the test to all applicants. If the test is positive and you are found to have HIV infection or syphilis one of our physicians will provide post-test counseling.
- Vaccinations:: Applicants must be current with required vaccinations. We will provide vaccinations and boosters if needed.
The Final Steps
When to seek medical attention for a sprain: Medrite is open Sunday through Friday. If you need medical attention, please don’t delay. Immediate treatment may prevent further injury.
- Return to have your TB Skin Test checked –Please return back to the clinic three days after your exam to have your TB Test read. This only takes a few minutes. If the TB test is positive you will require a Chest X-ray to check for active TB.
- Paperwork – Once you finish your Immigration Medical Exam one of our civil surgeons will review your medical information and complete for I-693. All necessary information and paperwork will be sealed in an envelope which you can then send to your attorney or the USCIS.
Our system makes the process fast and easy. We are here to answer your questions and address any concerns.
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