Passport Health Dallas-Fort Worth offers 6 USCIS designated clinics for Immigration Vaccines and Tests. We offer competitive prices for the lab tests and vaccinations that may be required. We refer you to our recommended civil surgeon after all tests and vaccines are completed.
Our offices are located at:
The I-693 form must be completed for anyone applying for a Visa, Green Card or United States Citizenship or any adjustment in status.
Once you make an appointment, we will provide detailed instructions on what to expect.
Generally, a blood draw and urine test is necessary. The specific tests will be based on the patient’s age and personal medical history and other health factors. Following the first visit, the applicant will be seen in clinic for a second follow-up visit. The entire process may take up to 14 days.
You must bring all medical records including vaccinations and your Passport/VISA. Have them translated into English or bring a translator with you. **It is the responsibility of the applicant to have any record used for the Immigration Physical to be officially translated into English.
The following is a list of items you are required to bring to your examination:
At Passport Health DFW, we stock all required vaccinations which can be given on the first or second visit.
Once the I-693 is completed, the original is provided in a sealed envelope for delivery to USCIS and a second copy is provided for your personal records
Payment is due at the time of service for all fees, lab work, x-rays, etc.. We accept cash and major credit cards.
If you are applying for adjustment status to become a lawful permanent resident, use this form to establish that you are not inadmissible to the United States on public health grounds.
A list of those health grounds can be found in section 212(a)(1) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. For more information on the validity of Form I-693, see the
Form I-693 reports results of a medical examination to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
You should schedule the medical examination as close as possible to the time you file for adjustment of status, respond to a Request for Evidence, or attend an interview (if applicable). NOTE: The Form I-693 must be dated no earlier than 60 days before you filed your underlying application.
Under the immigration laws of the United States, a foreign national who applies for an immigrant visa abroad, or who seeks to adjust status to a permanent resident while in the United States, is required to receive vaccinations to prevent the following diseases:
The medical examination requires a medical history, obtained by the civil surgeon or a member of the physician’s professional staff, from the applicant (preferably) or a family member, which includes:
The physical examination is to include:
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