A: Our employees are fluent in English and Spanish. If you do not feel comfortable communicating in English or Spanish you must bring a friend or family member who can translate for you.
A: Yes, however, do not receive any live vaccines (i.e. MMR and Varicella) within one month of your appointment as they can affect the results of your tuberculosis screening.
A: Each physician sets their prices that they feel is appropriate for their services. However, some offices quote a price for only one portion of the exam, while others have fees that include the required tests for TB, Gonorrhea and Syphilis. So, make sure that you understand the cost of all required services. To view our prices, please click here.
A: No; however, it may cover the cost of required vaccinations that are part of this exam. If you have health insurance, please ask them.
A: If your I-693 Form is received by the USCIS within 60-day from the date the civil surgeon signed it, the medical exam will be considered valid for up to two years from said date. Depending on the field office assigned to processing your claim, the time for adjustment of status applications is currently estimated to be between 11.5 months or as long as 31.5 months. As a result, some applicants who submit Form I-693 with their adjustment of status application may have to repeat their medical exam. To decide on the right time to submit your I-693 Form, it is best to consult an immigration attorney.
No, we do not do anything requiring filing for insurance payment.