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Immigration Exams


Immigration medical exams are required for individuals applying for citizenship, seeking Permanent Residency, or applying for a Green Card. The medical examination must be conducted by a civil surgeon who has been designated by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.


Old Dominion Urgent Care is pleased to offer immigration physical services. Dr.. Didehvar is a licensed US Civil Surgeon who has been authorized by the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services to conduct Immigration Physicals for the Department of Homeland Security.  The civil surgeon will record the exam results on Form I-693 for the applicant to return to the USCIS (INS).


What to Bring to your Immigration Medical Exam appointment:

    • Photo Identification
      Valid, government issued picture ID such as a driver's license or passport (preferred).
    • A copy of any prior immunization,vaccinations,shot records
    • Hospital or clinic records, including proof of prior treatment for tuberculosis or other infectious disease
    • Prior chest x-rays and/or other diagnostic tests
    • Any mental health records
    • Immigration Physical Form I-693 (Pre-completed with your information)

      The Immigration Examination Includes the following:

  • Physical exam by our civil surgeon.
  • TB skin test (age 2 years and up)
  • Chest X-Ray if your TB skin test is positive..
  • Blood tests for HIV & Syphilis(age 15 years and up).
  • Review and Proof of vaccination immunity

After The Exam:

Once the immigration medical examination is completed the civil surgeon will certify Form I-693 with the test results of the immigration exam and vaccination history in a sealed enveloped to present to the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services.



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Old Dominion Urgent care
6262 Old Dominion Drive
McLean, VA 22101

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