Immigration Medical Exams Made Easy

Physicians Health Center helps applicants of all ages get the medical documentation they need to complete their immigration and green card physical paperwork.



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Physicians Health Center is your Trusted Doctor For Immigration and Green Card Physicals 

Medical examinations are required by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) before you can apply for a US green card or US citizenship. Only doctors designated as civil surgeons can complete an immigration exam. At Physicians Health Center, we provide all the necessary medical services to satisfy immigration exam requirements for people of all ages.

Why Physicians Health Center?

The immigration physical exam carries very precise requirements, scheduling times, and documentation evidence. You can trust Physician Health Center’s team of world-class doctors and compassionate staff to be your immigration physical experts. With more than 40 years of medical practice experience and five clinics throughout Miami-Dade County, we are here to help you fulfill your immigration exam requirements.

Raphael Cardella

Dr. Raphael Cardella
Physicians Health Center

Susan Nelson

Dr. Susan Nelson
Physicians Health Center

Conveniently Located In Miami

6221 NW 36 Street
Miami, FL 33166

When you come to Physician’s Health Center for your immigration physical, we’ll perform the required screenings, including, a physical evaluation, a review of your medical history and immunization records, and required tests for various illnesses.

What to Expect At Your Immigration Physical Exam

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You will have a medical screening and physical examination that typically includes evaluations of eyes, ears, nose, throat, extremities, heart, lungs, abdomen, lymph nodes, and skin. Adults will also be given a urine and blood test.

U.S. immigration laws require certain vaccinations to prevent the spread of diseases. If you don’t have proof of prior immunization, required vaccinations, based on age, can be administered during the exam for: Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Polio, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Meningococcal disease, Varicella, and Influenza (during Flu Season).
Please note: US Immigration law requires, in most cases, individuals present proof of a COVID-19 vaccine. Proof must be presented at the time of the examination.

We will also perform blood tests for all green card exam applicants over the age of 15 to look for communicable diseases such as tuberculosis, syphilis, and gonorrhea because these diseases pose a public health risk. The doctor will also ask about your medical history including chronic or serious medical conditions that you may be being treated for.

What to Bring With You To Your Immigration Medical Exam

A copy of your medical history

Vaccination and immunization records

Government-issued photo ID (driver’s license, passport, ID card)

Payment, needed at time of visit (cash, check, or charge)

Schedule An Immigration and Green Card Medical Exam With Physicians Health Center

If you are worried about your immigration medical exam, let us put your mind at ease. Our trusted and experienced Civil Surgeons and staff are experts in all matters of the USCIS rules and guidelines. Request an appointment to get started with your immigration medical exam today!