If you’re in need of an immigration medical exam for United States citizenship or a Green Card, Supro Direct is here to help. As authorized civil surgeons, we conduct medical exams for immigrants throughout Indianapolis, Greenwood, and beyond.
Authorized Immigration Doctor in Indianapolis, IN
At Supro Direct, we serve patients from a variety of countries and cultures with immigration medical exams. Our doctors are recognized through the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services as civil surgeons, and are therefore qualified to conduct your physical examination.
During your exam, an authorized immigration doctor will review your medical records, vaccination records, and government-recognized identification. He or she will then conduct a series of tests, including blood tests for communicable diseases like syphilis and tuberculosis.
After the medical examination is complete and Form I-693 is filled out, the doctor will provide the documentation in a seal envelope to be submitted to USCIS. To learn more about the medical examination process and what you can expect, please contact our office.
What Do I Need to Bring to My Immigration Medical Exam in Indianapolis, IN?
As authorized immigration doctors in Greenwood, IN, we are bound to comply with USCIS regulations. To properly conduct your immigration medical exam, please gather the following documents and information to bring to your appointment.
1. Form I-693, otherwise known as the Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record
Form I-693 is available for download via the USCIS website. On the USCIS site, you’ll also find instructions for completing the applicant’s portion of the form and instructions for filing the form. Please print Form I-693 and bring it to your exam.
2. Government-Issued I.D.
Please bring government-issued photo identification with you to your appointment. Accepted forms of identification include a valid passport, valid driver’s license, refugee travel documents, and more. If you’re under the age of 14, accepted documents need to show your name, birth date, place of birth, the full names of both parents, and any other identifying information about you. Examples of accepted documents for minors include birth certifications and affidavits.
3. Vaccination and Immunization Records
If you have any vaccination or immunization records, please bring them with you to your appointment. Applicants must prove they were vaccinated against a wide variety of vaccine-preventable diseases such as hepatitis A, hepatitis B, mumps, rubella, pneumococcal influenza, Meningococcal disease, and more. At the appointment, an authorized civil surgeon will review your medical records to determine if you have the necessary vaccinations. NOTE: Do not try to receive the vaccinations prior to your appointment, as it may be determined that they are not medically appropriate for you.