• USCIS/Immigration Physical

    Work with a clinic that is recommended by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.

  • How It Works

    1

    OFFICE VISIT

    WE ADMINISTER THE REQUIRED TESTS & SHOTS

    2

    REVIEW

    1 WEEK LATER, WE REVIEW YOUR RESULTS. WE PREPARE YOUR PAPERWORK.

    3

    PICKUP

    WE HAVE YOU COME INTO THE OFFICE AND SIGN YOUR PAPERWORK. AFTERWARDS, WE HAND YOU BOTH A SEALED ENVELOPE WITH ALL THE FORMS & A COPY.

  • Work with an AUTHORIZED DOCTOR

    Office Visit

    RPR Test

    Rapid plasma reagin (RPR) test is a blood test used to screen you for syphilis

    Gonorrhea Test

    A urine test to check if you have gonnorrhea.

    QuantiFeron TB Gold Test

    A urine test to check if you have tuberculosis.

    MMR Vaccine

    The MMR vaccine is a vaccine against measles, mumps, and rubella.

    Varicella Vaccine

    Varicella vaccine, also known as chickenpox vaccine, is a vaccine that protects against chickenpox.

    TDAP Vaccine

    TDAP vaccine is to prevent tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough).

    Flu Vaccine/High Dose Flu Vaccine

    There are two types of Flu Vaccine that we offer. The one administered depends on your age. Flu shots are only required during the flu season.

    Hep B Vaccine

    The Hep B Vaccine is for immunization against infection caused by all known subtypes of hepatitis B virus.

    COVID-19 Vaccine

    The US Government is now requiring the COVID shot. We offer both Moderna & Pfizer at the clinic.

  • Common Questions

    Why do I need to take some vaccines again?

    The United States requires that individuals applying to have physical proof of receiving the necessary records or certain people certain vaccines. Some of the vaccines required are to increase your prevention of retracting any of the diseases and help reduce the spread of disease in the United States.

    What if I'm pregnant?

    If pregnant, you do not need the MMR or Varicella vaccines. MMR and Varicella are live viruses that pose a theoretical risk to the fetus.

    What type of ID should I bring?

    Your ID must be a valid, government-issued ID with your photo.

    What if I recently married or changed my name due to marriage? What if I want my married name on the form?

    If you want your married name on the form, you must bring a marriage license. We enclose a copy of it in the envelope and keep a copy in the chart to avoid confusion during your entire process.

    What if I have already received the vaccines elsewhere?

    That is perfectly fine. Vaccines can be obtained elsewhere if a valid shot record is provided. Valid shot records are often the forms given to you after the vaccine is administered. Sometimes, the best option is to ask your Primary Physician for your shot record.

    How long does the entire process take?

    The entire process takes about a week. First, you must have a consultation which includes lab tests, vaccines, and a consultation with one of our providers. It takes about a week for us to receive the results from the lab and review the information. From there, we will prepare the paperwork and give you a call. There are cases where there are additional tests are required and may delay the process an additional week.

    How long does the appointment take?

    If you are a new patient, expect to spend about 2 hours at the clinic. This includes filling out some new patient paperwork. If you are an existing patient, expect to spend about an hour and a half.

    What if I don't have my I-693 documents ready for my interview?

    We have seen cases where patients will not have their paperwork ready for their interview. In these cases, we have seen people still be able to go through the interview process and mail in their paperwork afterward. This does delay the process. This is not advice, and we recommend for you to properly plan. We strongly recommend you to consult with your lawyer in this regards.