To get a green card, you must be examined by a USCIS civil surgeon. We understand how important this exam is to our patients, and will provide professional and efficient service to ensure your exam is completed in a timely manner.
When preparing for your medical exam, please gather all of your vaccination records (from childhood as well as any recent vaccines), recent PPD/TB testing, and bloodwork. If you don’t have your vaccine record, we are able to draw blood titers and determine your immunization status. All vaccinations can be administered at our office for your convenience. You may print out the I-693 form at the USCIS website and fill out part 1 prior to your appointment. We will gladly provide the I-693 form if you are unable to obtain it.
After your immigration exam is completed and any vaccines are administered, we will provide you with a sealed envelope to submit to the United Stated Citizenship and Immigration Services. We will also provide a copy for your personal records. Please allow 10-14 days from your first visit for all portions of the exam to be completed.
If you are looking for an immigration attorney, Brentview Medical Urgent Care recommends Courtney Morgan Esq. at Gray Law.
If you have any questions, please call the clinic and our friendly staff will provide you with additional information.