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Mountain
Immigration
Medical Exam 
SealsSignatures US Citizenship and Immigration Services

For US Citizenship or Greencard

$400 Medical Exam
10% Discount for Families of 3 or More

Quick Turnaround

Compassionate Care

Same Day Appointments Often Available

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Donna Diamond, D.O

Board Certified Family Medicine Physician

US Civil Surgeon

Donna Diamond, D.O.

Dr. Diamond is an experienced, board-certified family medicine physician and civil surgeon with a genuine passion for working with immigrating individuals and families.

 

She is dedicated to serving patients from diverse cultural backgrounds with kindness, understanding, and the utmost care. Dr. Diamond understands that immigration can be a stressful process and aims to support her patients with respect and empathy. 

She looks forward to hearing from you and serving you however she can. 

FAQs

What is the Immigration Medical Exam? The USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) medical examination is a crucial step in the immigration process for individuals seeking to enter the United States or adjust their immigration status. During the USCIS medical examination, you will undergo a thorough medical evaluation which includes a physical examination, as well as a review of your medical history and vaccination record.  The results of this examination are documented on the USCIS Form I-693.

Does a civil surgeon conduct the exam? Yes, the examination is conducted by Dr. Diamond, an authorized civil surgeon.

What are all the costs? • Medical exam: $400 • Labs: $140 The required labs are Quantiferon, RPR, and Neisseria gonorrhea. If you have health insurance, it may cover some of the lab fees. The price when using insurance cannot be guaranteed as this is determined by the insurance company. • Vaccines: TBD Vaccines are offered at our clinic. You may also obtain the necessary vaccines at a pharmacy. You may be able to use your health insurance for vaccines.

Where can I get the I-693 form?  Click here for the form. The full website address is:           https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/document/forms/i-693.pdf

What am I required to bring to my appointment? 1. Your I-693 Form  Your portion needs to be completed BEFORE the appointment. This includes: name, address, country of birth on the first page; phone number and email address on the second page. Please put your name on the top of every page. PLEASE DO NOT SIGN IT UNTIL YOUR APPOINTMENT! 2. Your Driver’s License or Passport 3. Translator (if you do not speak English)  4. Your vaccine record This includes COVID vaccination and all childhood and/or adult vaccinations.  If you do not have a vaccine record, you will have to get all vaccines that are required for your age at a local pharmacy. You are required to have the 2023-2024 Covid Vaccination. 5. Prior medical records If you have an extensive health history or have been treated for tuberculosis in the past, bring your records.

What can I expect during the exam? Dr. Diamond will conduct a comprehensive evaluation to assess your overall health and determine if any medical conditions might impact your admissibility. The examination typically involves the following components: 1. Medical History Review: Dr Diamond will discuss your medical history, including previous illnesses, surgeries, and chronic conditions. 2. Physical Examination: A thorough physical examination will be performed to evaluate your general health. 3. Laboratory Tests: Depending on your age and medical history, Dr. Diamond may order specific laboratory tests such as blood tests to screen for tuberculosis, syphilis, and gonorrhea. 4. Vaccination Review: Dr Diamond will review your vaccination history and ensure that you have received all the required vaccinations according to the U.S. vaccination guidelines. If any vaccinations are missing, you will go to a local pharmacy to have these administered.

What is the whole process?  1. Visit 1 Physical exam, receive lab order, review vaccine requirements 2. After visit 1 Take your lab order to a Lab Corp to perform tests. Complete vaccines at a local pharmacy.   3. Approximately 7 days after labs Pick up completed paperwork. You will receive the sealed original I-693 Form and a personal copy of   I-693 Form.  Most people will NOT have to see the doctor at this visit.

Which Vaccines do I need? Adult 65+ •  Tdap - 1-time dose of Tdap for Td booster; then boost with Td or Tdap every 10 years •  Flu - (if it is flu season) •  Covid 2023 - 2024 ***need a booster of the newest vaccine*** •  PCV15 (one) followed by PPSV23 or one dose PCV20 •  Varicella - 2 doses or proof of immunity, or stated history of chicken pox Adult 18-64 •  Tdap - 1-time dose of Tdap for Td booster; then boost with Td or Tdap every 10 years •  Flu - (if it is flu season) •  Covid 2023 - 2024 ***need a booster of the newest vaccine*** •  Varicella - 2 doses or proof of immunity, or stated history of chicken pox •  MMR if born after 1957 - 1 dose •  Hepatitis B, through age 59, 1 dose Child 11-17 •  Td/Tdap •  Polio IPV/OPV •  MMR •  Hepatitis A •  Hepatitis B •  Meningococcal (MenACWY) •  Varicella •  Flu  •  Covid 2023 - 2024 ***need a booster of the newest vaccine*** Child 7-10 •  Tdap - sometimes •  Polio IPV/OPV •  MMR •  Hepatitis A •  Hepatitis B •  Varicella •  Influenza •  Covid 2023 - 2024 ***need a booster of the newest vaccine*** Child 12 months - 6 years •  DTP/DTaP/DT •  Polio** (IPV/OPV) •  MMR •  HIb (2 through 59 months old) •  Hepatitis A •  Hepatitis B •  Varicella •  PCV (2 months through 59 mon

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