Immigration Physical

Immigration Physical

Immigration Physical

We offer quick and affordable immigration exams. An immigration exam, also known as an immigration medical examination, is a mandatory medical assessment required by immigration authorities as part of the immigration process. The purpose of this examination is to evaluate the health status of individuals applying for immigration or adjustment of their immigration status to ensure they do not pose a threat to public health and to identify any medical conditions that may require treatment or monitoring.

When you schedule an immigration exam, you will typically be directed to a designated panel physician approved by the immigration authorities. The panel physician is specially trained and authorized to conduct these examinations.

The immigration exam generally includes the following components:

  1. Medical History: The panel physician will review your medical history, including any past illnesses, surgeries, or ongoing medical conditions. They will also inquire about any communicable diseases or potential exposure to such diseases.
  2. Physical Examination: A comprehensive physical examination will be conducted, assessing your general appearance, vital signs, heart, lungs, abdomen, skin, and other relevant areas. The examination aims to identify any physical abnormalities, signs of infectious diseases, or conditions that may require further evaluation.
  3. Blood work will be performed to screen for Turberculosis (TB), Gonorrehea, and Syphilis as required by the USCIS
  4. Vaccination Review: The panel physician will review your immunization records and assess your vaccination status. They will ensure you have received the required vaccines as mandated by the immigration authorities. If any vaccines are missing, they may administer them during the examination.

Once the examination is complete, the panel physician will document the findings, complete the necessary forms, and provide you with a sealed envelope containing the examination results. This envelope is typically submitted to the immigration authorities as part of your immigration application.

It is important to note that the immigration exam focuses primarily on health-related matters and does not assess your immigration eligibility or legal status. The panel physician's role is to evaluate your medical condition and ensure compliance with the health-related immigration requirements.

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