Immigration Physical Exams in Frederick
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Immigration/USCIS Physical Exams Near You
At Elite Primary Group, we take pride in assisting with the steps that are required to become a U.S. citizen. One of the essential steps in becoming a permanent resident of the United States, is completing a physical examination. At our facilities in Frederick, Maryland, offer physical exams required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigrations Services (USCIS).
At Elite Primary Group, we can complete the immigration exam. If a patient is interested in returning for primary care services, we are willing to discuss options available for these services as well!
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Why Choose Elite Primary Care Group for Your USCIS/I-693 Exam
exam requires doctors pre-approved by the government
USCIS does not allow just any doctor to complete the immigration exam. A physician must be approved by the government. At Elite Primary Group, we have physicians authorized to provide these exams.
We ensure that the screening is 100% complete, based on the requirements given by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Contact our offices in Frederick, Maryland to secure an appointment, as soon as you have been informed by the National Visa Center that you are ready to schedule the exam. This exam is to be completed before your immigrant visa interview date.
do i need to bring anything to my uscis/i-693 exam?
There are several items that you should have with you when attending your exam appointment. Some of the common items that are required include: a valid passport or government I.D., vaccination records, Form I-693, list of any medications and/or disabilities that may need accommodations, mental health history records.
WHY DO I NEED AN EXAM TO BECOME A CITIZEN?
This exam is a safeguard in protecting the health of the United States. USCIS sets standards related to health and admissibility. The information that is obtained from this exam will determine if an immigrant meets the standards that are set. Some of the factors that UCIS considers when reviewing exam results include drug abuse or addiction, harmful behavior associated with a physical or mental disorder, severity of communicable diseases in relation to public safety, and failure to show proof of required vaccinations.
WHAT MAKES AN USCIS PHYSICAL EXAM DIFFERENT THAN A REGULAR CHECK UP?
The exam gain citizenship is designed around specific requirements that are set by the U.S. Public Health Service. These requirements are specific to becoming a United States citizen.
This exam does not require a physician to diagnose and/or treat an individual if a condition is discovered during the exam process. There are certain conditions that a physician will look for when completing the necessary screening.
what should i expect during my immigration exam?
During the immigration exam, the physician will ask questions about your medical history which may include information on hospital stays, admission to institutions, or serious illness. The doctor will complete a physical and mental health exam. During the exam a chest X-ray and blood tests may be necessary. For the mental health exam, an assessment will be completed to determine disorders or harmful behavior.
what additional information do i need to know?
Some ways to prepare for your immigration exam would be to review your medical history and records to ensure that you are providing the physician your most accurate and up-to-date information. Be sure to secure your I-693 medical exam form and complete the required applicant information prior to your appointment. Although, thinking about the process can be overwhelming, our approved physicians are sure to make the exam go as smoothly as possible.
If you have any additional questions about the immigration exam process, we have knowledgeable staff ready and available to assist you!