If you’re due for an immigration physical exam to obtain United States citizenship or a green card, Morteza Mirkarimi, MD, and the exceptional team at The Doctors Office & Walk-In Clinic can help. At their office in the Clairemont neighborhood of San Diego, California, they complete comprehensive immigration physicals and fill out the required paperwork to help you achieve immigration success and ensure you’re healthy enough to do so. Schedule an immigration exam over the phone or online today.
An immigration physical is a health examination your physician at The Doctors Office & Walk-In Clinic completes to ensure you’re healthy enough to apply for US citizenship or a green card. The practice team is authorized by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), a requirement of a successful immigration exam.
Prior to an immigration physical, it’s important to know what to bring with you to make the examination process run smoothly. You’ll need:
Be prepared to answer questions about your health history and any symptoms during your immigration physical.
During your physical, your physician reviews your medical history. They ask questions about your health, current diagnoses, medications, vaccinations, and past surgeries. They might also ask about your travel history to other countries.
Your physician at The Doctors Office & Walk-In Cliniccompletes a comprehensive physical exam to make sure you’re healthy. They also offer vaccinations if you’re due for them and in-house bloodwork to screen for communicable diseases. The medical team also fills out all required application forms if you have a clean bill of health.
If you require treatment for an illness or disease, the team at The Doctors Office & Walk-In Clinic offers treatments that help you move along in the process of obtaining U.S. citizenship or your green card. They offer vaccinations, bloodwork, and application form completion at an all-inclusive price to save you time and money.
After your physical, your physician completes Form I-693 and seals it in an envelope so you can submit it to USCIS. The team also gives you a copy of the form, which you can keep with your personal records. USCIS doesn’t accept I-693 forms if they’re altered or opened.
If you require an immigration physical or a physical for work, sports, or school, consider The Doctors Office & Walk-In Clinic. The personable staff offers a one-stop-shop for all your health care needs and gladly accepts same-day appointments. Schedule an appointment over the phone or online today.