South Omaha Medical
Immigration and Naturalization Services
INS (Immigration physicals)
Virtually everyone who wishes to become a permanent resident must submit a I-693 form, report of medical examination and a vaccination record as part of the process.
Immigration is an important factor in our lives. Our family migrated to this country almost 30 years ago. Since then we have helped countless others in their journey to becoming U.S. citizens. Over the last 3o years of business we have become experts in INS physicals and immigration services. We support Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) medical requests at our clinic. We offer:
- TB tests
- Certified copies ready for your lawyer and the INS
Some important things to remember:
- Medical exam must be conducted by a physician designated by USCIS
- Fees for services are not regulated
- You will need a signed and sealed Form I-693
- Do not open the sealed envelope–the USCIS will not accept it if it has been tampered with
Please call us or stop by for more information!
Frequently Asked Questions
Almost every applicant for permanent residence must show that they are not inadmissible on the public health grounds.
The medical exam provides the USCIS departs with grounds of inadmissibility. The examination, and vaccinations of foreign nationals are designed to protect the health of the United States people.
The immigration medical examination, the resulting examination report, and the vaccination record provide the information USCIS uses to determine if a potential immigrant meets the health standards for admissibility.
Four basic medical conditions may make an applicant inadmissible:
- Communicable disease of public health
- An immigrant’s failure to show proof of required vaccinations
- Physical or mental disorder with associated harmful behavior
- Drug abuse or addiction
USCIS uses Form I-693 to gather results of a medical examination. The U.S. government requires the examination to establish that an applicant is not inadmissible to the United States on public health grounds.
In general it is best to submit Form I-693 as part of the adjustment of status package. When you submit a complete application package, you make it easier for USCIS officers to give you a speedy approval.
If you would like more information on what the U.S. government requires please visit the following link for information. On this website you can check your case status, find a USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) office near you, or schedule an appointment with local USCIS offices.
- 4828 S. 24th St.
- Mon to Fri - 9:00am to 4:30pm
Sat to Sun - 9:00am to 1:00pm