United States 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.
Costs of Physical Examination
The cost of an immigration physical starts at $156, but varies according to the needs of the patient.
The final cost depends on which vaccines you already have and whether or not you need a TB skin test or chest X-ray.
Cost for a full immigration physical is $450 and includes the following:
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring?
You should bring the following to your exam:
Vaccine records and any lab results
Government-issued photo ID
Interpreter if needed
What happens during an immigration exam?
After checking you in, we will:
Have you fill out page 1 of form I-693
Review your medical history
Perform a physical exam
Review your vaccination and labs
Have you take a TB test (must return 2-3 days later) or a routine blood test
The exam typically lasts 1-2 hours.
When will I receive my completed documents?
As soon as all of the required information is available — including lab results, TB test results (CXR if required), and immunization information — we will have you come in to the clinic to review and sign the forms. We will then provide you with a sealed packet of the forms for immigration services, as well as a copy for your own records.