FAQs

Q: Do you perform medical exam for immigrants from other states?
Our immigration medical exam doctor serves New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Long Island, Staten Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and all other states.
Q: How much does the immigration physical cost?
The cost of the immigration medical exam is BASIC($250), THE DELUXE($350), THE PREMIERE ($450). This includes blood work (test for syphilis) , a skin test for tuberculosis, immunization titers . If you need chest x-ray, there would be additional charge, which are listed below. There will also be an additional charge if a confirmation syphilis test is needed.
Q: How long will it take before the results and documents to be ready?
Your forms will be ready in 2-3 days. Laboratory test results usually return within 24-48 hours (Monday through Friday). The tuberculosis test must be read between 48 to 72 hours. If the tuberculosis test is positive, a chest x-ray is required, which can add another day or two to the process.
Q: Can I get my chest x-ray and blood work done somewhere else and bring you the results?
We prefer that your chest x-ray be done at our facility. However, if you have had a chest x-ray within the past year, bring the results with you to your exam, we will decide on a case-by-case basis if the x-ray is acceptable.
Q: If I need to get a chest x-ray or additional immunizations, how much will they cost?
Price of chest x-ray – $40 Confirmation RPR test (if initial screening RPR test is positive) – $80 Prices subject to change.
Q: Will my insurance cover the cost of the immigration physical exam?
No. We ask you to pay in full at the time of service.
Changes to the Tuberculosis and Vaccination Requirements Required for Adjustment of Status
Tuberculosis
Q: Who is required to have a TB test?

All applicants two years of age or older are required to have a tuberculin skin test (quantiferon gold TB blood testing). Children younger than age two are required to have a quantiferon gold TB blood testing if there is evidence of contact with a person known to have TB or if there is other reason to suspect TB. If evidence of TB infection is found, a chest x-ray is required.

Q: When did the new TB requirements become effective?
The new TB testing and treatment requirements became effective on May 1, 2008. Therefore, any medical exam that takes place on or after June 1, 2008 must be performed in accordance with the new TB testing requirements.
Q: Will USCIS accept Form I-693 if the civil surgeon performed a chest x-ray without the TST?
No, the civil surgeon must administer the TST, unless one of the exceptions listed in the Technical Instructions applies. If the civil surgeon performs a chest x-ray without giving the applicant the TST, the reason for omitting the TST must be noted on Form I-693. Vaccinations

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