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Immigration Medical Exam

The best care

 Miami Immigration Medical Examination

  • Immigration Medical Exams

  • Immigration Vaccinations and Immunizations

  • INS Medical Exams

  • Doctor US Government certified immigration medical examiner

  • Simple! Call 305 448-8134 to arrange an immigration medical exam or click on the "book an appointment" button below to schedule your visit now online.

  • Fast! Same day appointments, fast results

  • Reliable! 35 + years experience performing immigration medical exams in Miami

  • Affordable! Reasonable fees

  • Fully trilingual staff (English, Spanish, Portuguese)

Results obtained and forms completed in 48 hours.

If you have any questions about the immigration exam services we offer please call us now. at 305 448-8134. You may click book an appointment below and schedule your own appointment online.

Schedule online. It's easy, fast and secure.

Your Immigration Medical Exam requires the following::

The immigration doctor will record your complete medical history and perform a thorough physical examination. A blood sample will be obtained for Syphilis and a urine sample for Gonorrhea. A tuberculosis skin test will be performed. The US government requires specific vaccinations according to your age. Please bring proof of all prior vaccinations with you to your scheduled appointment.

The immigration doctor will perform a physical examination and a mental status exam regardless of age. Applicants 2 yrs of age or older are required to have a TB (tuberculosis) skin test which requires a very small pin prick. After the skin test you will need to return to the our office in 48 to 72 hours to have the results read. The immigration medical exam doctor is required to perform a chest x-ray if the test reaction is considered positive.

Applicants completing the immigration medical examination that are 15 years of age or older require samples be taken for gonorrhea and syphilis.

The Immigration medical examination requires the following vaccinations: mumps, measles, rubella, polio, tetanus, diphtheria toxoids, pertussis, influenza type B, hepatitis B, and any other vaccinations recommended by the Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP).


The Miami Immigration Doctor will review your vaccination history with you to determine whether you have all the required vaccinations. Make sure you take your vaccination records with you to your appointment. 

After the medical exam is complete, the Immigration Doctor will give you Form I-693 with the results in a sealed envelope to present to INS. Do not open the sealed envelope.

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