Passport Health has USCIS designated clinics for immigration physicals.
Examinations are performed at our 30 N. Michigan, Chicago, 300 Center Dr, Vernon Hills and 10 E Scranton Ave, Lake Bluff locations.
These location provide Immigration Physical (I-693) Exams to those looking to change their legal status. When applying for a visa, green card or U.S. citizenship, these medical exams are required to be completed by an authorized civil surgeon. Our staff is authorized and able to perform a thorough medicla review, provide required immunization and complete the I-693 with you.
TB blood test and a blood draw are required. Depending on an individual’s medical history, additional screening or testing may be required, per government regulation.
The immigration physical process is two steps. First, our authorized practitioners will conduct a phone interview with you to establish your medical history and book lab appointments. Then, after the results are back, we will schedule an in-office physical. Clients only need to make one trip, versus the usual two.
Results are recorded in accordance with regulation along with the USCIS Form I-693.
Call us today to set up your immigration physical exam: 312-641-6228
Before your appointment:
Clients must bring all medical records including vaccination history. A passport and/or visa is also required as part of the appointment. Documents must be translated into English, or an interpetor must be with the client. Passport Health will not translate medical records not in English.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to have any record used for the Immigration Physical to be officially translated into English.
Items required for examination:
- Photo identification
- Passport and/or visa
- Hospital or clinic records
- Prior chest x-rays and any other diagnostic tests
- Vaccination records or titers
If there are no complications, you can expect to receive paperwork at your physical, which is generally 10-14 days after initial phone interview.
At Passport Health we stock all recommended and required vaccinations which can be given on the first or second visit. Once the I-693 is completed it will be given to the applicant in a sealed envelope for delivery to USCIS. A second copy, in an unsealed envelope, will be provided for personal records.
Payment is due at the time of service (phone interview) for all fees, lab work, x-rays, etc. If the patient needs additional lab tests or vaccinations, that will be an additional charge at the time of the in person physical.