How to Prepare for Certified Immigration and Naturalization Physical?

Preparing for an immigration physical exam typically involves gathering necessary documents and information, understanding the process, and ensuring you meet the required health standards. To help you get ready, here’s a simple guide:

  • Schedule Your Appointment
  • Medical History
  • Be prepared to provide a detailed medical history, including past illnesses, surgeries, medications, and any chronic conditions.
  • Vaccination Records
  • Make sure your vaccination records are up to date. Some countries require specific vaccinations as part of the immigration process.
  • Medical Examination
  • Expect a thorough physical examination by a designated civil surgeon or authorized physician. This may include measurements of height, weight, blood pressure, and a general health assessment.
  • Tests and Screenings
  • Be prepared to undergo specific tests and screenings, such as blood tests, chest x-rays, and tests for infectious diseases like tuberculosis.
  • Prepare Questions
  • If you have any concerns or questions about the process, the requirements, or your health, prepare them in advance so you can address them during the exam.
  • Interpreter
  • If you’re not fluent in the language spoken by the medical staff, arrange for an interpreter to accompany you to the exam to ensure clear communication.
  • Review Results
  • After the exam, review the results with the medical professional conducting the examination. Make sure you understand any follow-up steps or requirements.

Schedule Your Appointment

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