Immigration Physical Exam in San Ramon

The immigration medical exam is a crucial step for green card applicants. It involves a detailed history, a thorough physical examination, blood work, immunizations, and correctly filled-out paperwork, like form I-693, to qualify for the panel review. We at San Ramon Urgent Care & Clinic, ensure that your paperwork is done right the first time, every time. Your smooth experience is our priority.

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    What is an Immigration Physical Exam

    An immigration physical exam is a mandatory medical evaluation required for individuals looking to update their immigration status in the U.S., such as those applying for a green card (permanent resident status).

    The USCIS mandates these medical exams to safeguard public health and ensure that individuals seeking permanent residency do not pose any health risks to the general public. At San Ramon Urgent Care & Clinic, our dedicated immigration medical exam doctor and her team handle all procedures, aiming to make the process as seamless and comfortable as possible for our patients.

    Immigration Physical Exam
    • Form I-693 and Important Details

    After your immigration physical exam, the results on Form I-693 will be sealed by the civil surgeon for submission to USCIS.
    Do not open the envelope, as USCIS won’t accept tampered forms. Submitting Form I-693 is your responsibility, not the civil surgeon’s. For status adjustment applicants, submitting this form is optional. Visit our clinic to know more details.

    Why the Medical Examination is Important

    The main goal of the medical examination is to ensure that you don’t have any health or mental conditions that could pose a risk to your community after immigrating.

    It aligns with the standards set by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Homeland Security, ensuring that immigrants are in optimal health to meet the demands of settling in the United States. Additionally, the exam provides a baseline for meeting any medical requirements your workplace may have.

    Process of Immigration Physical Exam

    Lab tests are conducted to screen for conditions like Tuberculosis, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, and the Flu. Federal and state laws mandate age and pregnancy-appropriate vaccinations and immunizations.

    If immigration physical examination reveals any additional conditions like Diabetes, Hypertension, Mental Illness, or Drug Use, our compassionate healthcare professionals at San Ramon Urgent Care & Clinic will create a tailored treatment plan to address your specific needs.

    Getting an immigration physical exam with us is straightforward. The process stays the same, but we make sure you feel comfortable, especially if English isn’t your first language. Our team speaks multiple languages, so whether you’re booking, having the exam, or talking about your results, we’re here to help.

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    Feeling a bit nervous about medical exams is totally normal, but staying calm is key. Be open and honest with our medical staff—they’re here to assist you.

    Need directions to San Ramon Urgent Care & Clinic for your Immigration Physical? Click here or call us at (925) 361-5959. You’re welcome to visit with your family when in search of a primary care physician or an internal medicine doctor.

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