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Immigration Physicals at HealthPlus Urgent Care

Walk In Immigration Physical

At HealthPlus Urgent Care, we understand the importance of immigration physicals. Those seeking to enter or reside in the U.S. need an immigration physical to ensure their health and well-being. Our experienced team of medical professionals is dedicated to providing thorough and efficient medical exams that meet the requirements set by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

HealthPlus Urgent Care proudly serves all patients in Wilmington, Middleton, and surrounding communities in Massachusetts. We offer cost-effective options for self-paying patients and accept most insurance plans. Simply walk-in to the clinic to have your immigration physical done today!

If you wish to plan your visit in advance, you can schedule a Wilmington Appointment or a Middleton Appointment online.

Costs For The Immigration Medical Exam (Per Person- Paid During Initial Visit):

Adults (over 15) – $475
Children (under 15) – $350

All Exams Include: Physical Examination by Civil Surgeon
TB Test – Titers for Hep B – MMR – Varicella – Gonorrhea Test – RPR (Syphilis) Test
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I-693 Immigration Medical Exam Expertise

The Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, is a key component in the immigration process. Our certified medical professionals are well-versed in the specifics of I-693, providing thorough exams and accurate documentation to meet USCIS requirements.

Convenient Online Booking

Schedule your I-693 immigration medical exam with ease at healthplusgroup.com Our user-friendly interface and dedicated customer service make appointment setting quick and hassle-free.

Walk In Welcome

Expect a warm, welcoming environment and a team committed to answering your queries and addressing your concerns. Your comfort and understanding of the process are our top priorities at our centers.

What To Expect at Your Immigration Physical

A minimum of two visits are required for each immigration physical at HealthPlus Urgent Care.

Visit 1: The first visit can be scheduled any day of the week and is with a Medical Assistant. During this visit, the Medical Assistant will collect all the necessary documentation and record it on your I-693 form as well as begin some of the required medical testing.

Visit 2: The second visit will be with your Civil Surgeon to complete your physical and obtain any necessary immunizations. This is typically scheduled about 5-10 days after the initial visit in order for your labs to be resulted. Additional visits may be necessary depending on the Civil Surgeon and test results. When you come to your appointment, please arrive 30 minutes early to complete necessary paperwork. During the exam, the Civil Surgeon will review health history and conduct a full body examination. Once health history is reviewed, the Civil Surgeon will inform the Medical Assistant to give any further vaccinations, immunizations or blood draws. Once all reports have been received and reviewed, you will be notified that the documents are ready to be signed.

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What to bring to your appointment:

1- Medical Form I-693 (Fill page 1 and the top of page 2, you may complete this online or fill it at our clinic. Please be sure everything is CAPITALIZED and in BLACK ink).
NOTE: DO NOT SIGN OR DATE FORM I-683 UNTILL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO BY THE CIVIL SURGEON.

2- Government-issued photo identification, such as a valid Passport or Driver’s license. If you are 14 years old or younger, bring identification that shows your name, date and place of birth and parent’s full name. Possible forms of identification include your birth certificate (with an English translation) or an affidavit.

3- Vaccination or immunization records (if available) (such as DT, DTP, DTaP, Td, Tdap, OPV, IPV, MMR, Hib, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Varicella, Pneumococcal Influenza, Rotavirus and Meningococcal disease) NOTE: if records are in a different language they will need to be translated into English.

4- Hospital or clinic records including proof of prior treatment for Tuberculosis or other infectious diseases.

5- Prior chest X-rays and/or other diagnostic tests.

6- Any mental health records.

7- Alien Registration Number (A number, if available).

8- Acceptable forms of payment (Cash or Credit/Debit. We do not accept checks).