Individuals applying for citizenship, seeking Permanent Residency, or a Green Card are required to obtain an immigration physical prior to approval of their application. It is mandatory that immigration physicals are completed by a Designated Civil Surgeon (Malireddy Jyothirmayi) so the exam is valid. We do all the necessary testing on site and have most of the required vaccines in our office. Each evaluation includes an examination performed according to the medical guidelines established by the Department Of Homeland Security and U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services and Centers for Disease Control. The civil surgeon will record the exam results on Form I-693 for the applicant to return to the USCIS (INS).

Included in the Immigration Physical Examination:

  • Physical Examination and completion of all the necessary paperwork
  • Tuberculin (Skin Test) and interpretation
  • RPR (Syphilis test)
  • Evaluation of other Physical or Mental abnormality, disease or disability
  • Vaccinations and status verification
  • Administration of approved and needed vaccinations

What you need to bring:

  • Government issued picture ID such as a driver license or passport
  • A copy of any prior immunization/vaccinations/shot records
  • Hospital or clinic records, including proof of prior treatment for tuberculosis or other infectious disease
  • Prior chest x-rays and/or other diagnostic tests
  • Any mental health records
  • Immigration Physical Form I-693, pre-completed with your information

Cost For The Medical Exam:

Even with our convenient evening and weekend hours, our price for the Medical Exam is cheaper than most other doctors offices. We charge $175 for the medical exam which includes Physical, RPR and PPD. But if you don't need RPR or PPD then we can discount that amount from $175.

  • $125 for Physical & filing the paperwork
  • $30 for RPR
  • $20 for PPD
  • vaccines needed are extra

After The Exam:

Once the immigration physical examination is completed, we will certify Form I-693 with the test results of the immigration exam and vaccination history in a sealed envelope to present to the Department Of Homeland Security and U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services. DO NOT OPEN THE SEALED ENVELOPE. Turn in the envelope with your immigration application.