All family members applying for a family-based green card must undergo a medical examination, which is a crucial step in the immigration process. The goal of the green card medical examination is to ensure that the relative applying for one does not have a medical condition that could render them inadmissible and ineligible.

It is typical for green card applicants to feel anxious about this stage of the application process. Boundless can assist you in finishing your green card application and guide you through the entire medical examination procedure. A thorough preparation can help you avoid any problems that delay or result in the denial of your green card application and lessen the overall exam stress.

Find a Civil Surgeon with Authorization:

To get your checkup done, you must first locate a licensed immigration doctor. Only medical professionals who have been approved may conduct immigration medical examinations. Military doctors, active military personnel, and designated dependents in military health facilities may also perform these exams.

It is a USCIS-authorized physician with years of experience assisting immigrants with completing Form I-693 medical exam.

Obtain reports on vaccinations and medical history:

It is crucial to prepare for your medical exam by gathering available medical records and vaccination proof because every citizen requires immigrants applying for residency to comply with vaccine standards. The civil surgeon will be able to complete your form more properly and assess if you fulfill the criteria for immunization and good health with the help of any additional information you can give them.

Due to prior immunization or other medical circumstances, you might not require some vaccinations, or you might not choose to have them. The civil surgeon performing your immigration physical exam will inform you of any immunizations required and can give those immunizations.

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