What do I need to bring for my Immigration Physical?

Your government-issued photo identification, (Example: your valid unexpired passport or valid driver's license) For those under 14 years of age, USCIS will accept other proof of identity that shows name, date and place of birth, parents' full names and any other identifying information about the patient. Bring documentation of any vaccinations you have received; and an interpreter at least 18 year of age if you do not feel comfortable with your English speaking skills.

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What should I expect when I come in for my Immigration Physical?

The entire visit may take more than one hour. You will need to complete various forms to register at the clinic. You will need your blood drawn, have a PPD, which is a Test for Tuberclulosis exposure (skin test) placed on your left forearm (WHICH MUST BE READ IN A 48 TO 72 HOUR WINDOW OF TIME), and the doctor will do a physical exam. Both men and women will be required to take off their underwear for this exam....

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Is HTMC a participating provider for my insurance company?

Our insurance contracts are changing frequently, so it is important to enquire about contract status with each visit.  If we do not have a contract with your company, the cash price for a new patient is 130 dollars, and for an established patient 120.  Based on your policy you may be able to recover a portion of that cost by forwarding your superbill to your company.

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