What is an immigration medical exam?
An immigration medical exam, or immigration physical, is a special type of exam that can only be performed by a physician designated by USCIS. These types of immigration doctors are known as “civil surgeons” and are the only physicians qualified to conduct the exam. The civil surgeon is required to test for conditions listed by USCIS. Denver Health performs the I-693 medical exam for those seeking to adjust their resident status.
What to bring to your exam:
- Please be aware this visit is not covered by insurance and payment of cash or credit card is accepted. For patients 15 years or older the visit will be $403. For patients 14 years or younger the visit will be $303.
- Please bring the following three items to your appointment:
- Your immunization/shot records.
- Proof of COVID vaccination. If you do not have your COVID vaccine or do not have proof of being up to date on all required immunizations, please schedule an appointment with our immunization clinic prior to your appointment. Call 303-602-3520 to schedule.
- The I-693 form with Parts 1 and 2 completed (do not sign until instructed to do so at your appointment).
During your visit:
- Detailed history and physical exam with a civil surgeon.
- Tuberculosis (TB) blood draw- patients age 2 years and older
- Syphilis (Blood draw)- patients age 18-44
- Gonorrhea (urine test)- patents age 18-24
What happens after your exam?
- Once the lab results are back, you will be contacted by our staff, informed of your test results, and instructed to pick up the completed forms at our office
- A sealed envelope containing the USCIS I-693 form and a copy of the USCIS I-693 form and lab test results for your records.