IMMIGRATION MEDICAL EXAM
Medical examinations are needed for adjustment of status cases (Form I-485) and requests for V nonimmigrant status (Form I-539). The medical examination must be conducted by a medical facility who has been designated by USCIS as a civil surgeon. Dr. Choudhary has been a civil surgeon providing immigration exam since 1999.
Vaccinations: We provide all needed test and vaccinations that are needed to complete the exam. You will be required to provide proof of vaccinations. If you have any records of vaccinations, bring them to your appointment. The doctor will tell you if additional vaccinations are needed.
Chromic Medical Conditions: If you have a chronic medical problem which you feel may impact the exam, bring copies of your medical records to show that you are being treated and that your condition is controlled.
We will complete and sign Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, and seal the document in an envelope. This envelope must stay seal and be open only by immigration. Results will be ready 2 to 3 business days.
What to bring to your appointment:
-Identification (passport, driver license, or any picture ID)
-Tuberculosis skin test or Chest X-ray (valid only if it is done within one year). If patient has a history of positive PPD and has been treated, please bring records of therapy taken in the past or currently still taking.
-Medical records if patient has any chronic medical problem showing is being controlled.