USCIS Immigration Physicals
Fast, Affordable Immigration Physicals in Orange County
United State Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires a medical exam performed by designated physicians (also known as Civil Surgeons) in order to complete the immigration process. We have 3 Civil Surgeons to conduct your examination:
Gail Silver, MD
Bernard Elpedes, DO
Jonathan Tsao, MD
Our team is here to answer any questions you have about immigration physicals. We’ll make this process as fast and easy as possible, and we are happy to honor any current immunizations you’ve already received.
It is important that you finish this specific, multistep process before submitting to USCIS. In an effort to make this particular hurdle as painless and clear as possible, we have put together a list of FAQ.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring?
- Vaccine records and any lab results
- Government-issued photo ID
- Interpreter if needed
Will you accept immunizations I have already received?
What happens during an immigration exam?
- Have you fill out page 1 of form I-693
- Review your medical history
- Perform a physical exam
- Review your immunizations and labs
- A routine blood test
- Patients (15 years and older) require blood work to screen for Tuberculosis and Syphilis and a urine test for Gonorrhea. Results for these tests are typically ready in 48 hours. *These tests will be ordered at the time of the exam. Patients will be billed separately by Primex Labs. The cost for these three tests is $60.50
What will the exam cost and how long will it last?
When will I receive my completed documents?
What immunizations are required to pass an immigration physical?
- Influenza (during flu season)
- Pneumococcal (age 65 and older)
- Hepatitis B (age 18 and younger)
If you have already received any of the above immunizations, please bring your immunization records or have them faxed to us at (949) 770-2815 and we will honor them.
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