If you need a physical to obtain your green card, turn to the experts at I40First in Amarillo, Texas. Primary care physician Julito Uy, MD, George Peterson, DNP, FNP-C, and their skilled team offer comprehensive immigration physicals and streamline completion of form I-693 to prevent delays in green card processing. Call the office to get started or use the online booking feature today.
An immigration physical at 140First is a medical exam required to obtain a green card and ensure you don’t have communicable diseases. You also may need to bring your vaccination record up to date.
The I40First medical specialists are authorized by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which signs off on form I-693 to streamline the process of getting your green card.
Plan ahead before arriving at I40First for your immigration physical. Bring the following:
If you have additional questions about how to prepare for an immigration physical, the friendly specialists at I40First happily assist you.
During an immigration exam at I40First, your provider reviews your medical history. This includes your medication regimen and your personal and family histories of disease, symptoms, and lifestyle habits.
They check your vital signs, including your temperature, pulse, and blood pressure. Your primary care specialist weighs you, evaluates your body mass index (BMI), and assesses your eyes, ears, throat, breathing, heartbeat, and more to look for signs of illnesses and diseases.
If you need vaccinations, the I40First team brings you up to date, so you’re eligible for your green card.
You might need urine testing, blood tests, heart-function tests, sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing, or other diagnostic tests if you’re at risk of a medical problem or have signs of one.
If you need treatment for a medical condition, your I40First provider might suggest making lifestyle changes, taking medications, or seeing a specialist.
They complete form I-693 and give you a copy. They also give you a sealed copy of the same form to submit to USCIS. Make sure you don’t open or alter the envelope in any way, or USCIS won’t accept it.
After an immigration physical, submit all forms required by USCIS for the green card application process. You can continue to see the I40First medical team if you need an annual physical exam, get sick, want to lose weight, get injured, or develop symptoms of a chronic disease.
To schedule an immigration physical at I40First, schedule a visit by phone or online today.