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Immigration Physical Exams

Internists & Primary Care Practice located in Asheboro, NC

Immigration Physical Exams services offered in Asheboro, NC

To apply for United States Citizenship or a Green Card, you require an immigration physical exam as part of the process. At Triad Internal Medicine in Asheboro, North Carolina, Keung Lee, MD, PhD, MHA, offers immigration physical exams for people of all ages. Schedule an exam by phone or book one online today. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Immigration Physical Exams Q&A

What are immigration physical exams?

Immigration physical exams at Triad Internal Medicine are medical exams required by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to apply for a Green Card or United States Citizenship. The purpose of the exam is to ensure you’re healthy, properly vaccinated, and don’t have any communicable diseases that may spread to others.

What should I bring with me to an immigration physical exam?

Bring with you the following to an immigration physical exam:

  • Vaccination records
  • I-693 form
  • Form of payment
  • Government-issued ID (driver’s license or passport)
  • Contacts, glasses, or hearing aids if you wear them
  • List of any medications you take

Be ready to discuss your medical history during the physical. Note that most insurance companies do not cover immigration physical exams.

What happens during immigration physical exams?

During your exam, a Triad Internal Medicine provider weighs you and checks your vital signs. They review your medications, immunization history, medical history, lifestyle, and more. 

During the exam, a specialist evaluates your ears, eyes, breathing, throat, neck, heartbeat, limbs, and reflexes to look for signs of illnesses, injuries, or diseases.

You may also need to be screened for tuberculosis, gonorrhea, syphilis, or other communicable diseases. Based on your medical history and symptoms, you may need additional diagnostic testing and vaccinations, such as the COVID-19 series, to reduce the risk of contracting or spreading certain diseases.

You might need a drug test, vision screening, or hearing screening, as well as treatment if you have a medical concern.

What can I expect after my immigration physical exam?

After the exam, your Triad Internal Medicine provider fills out the required paperwork, seals it in an envelope, and provides a copy for your records. Keep the original copy sealed when submitting your application for citizenship or a Green Card. 

Call the Triad Internal Medicine office at any time with questions or if you need additional medical evaluations. It’s vital to see your primary care specialist at least once yearly to complete routine check-ups and preventive medicine to reduce the risk of medical complications.

Schedule an immigration physical exam at Triad Internal Medicine by calling the office or using the online booking feature today. Walk-in appointments are also welcome.