Your trusted partner for Immigration medical exams

Here at Green Card Health, we carry the distinguished authorization from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to carry out immigration medical examinations. In our mission to serve your immigration needs, we combine our expertise with integrity and professionalism, making your journey towards achieving a Green Card a seamless process.

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Immigration Medical Exams

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  • USCIS Form I-693 completed in 1-2 business days
  • Walk-ins welcome (but please call ahead for info)
  • Open Monday–Friday 9AM–5.30PM
  • 25 years of experience performing the immigration medical exam
  • Call for details at +1 (914) 634-9600

To learn more about the medical examination, please call us at +1 (914) 634-9600. Or you can begin the process by filling out our online patient forms, and then walk in any time Monday through Friday, 9AM to 6PM.

Dr. Ataul H Chowdhury MD, is a USCIS Designated Civil Surgeon with over 25 years of experience assisting green card applicants completing the I-693 form.

Walk-In Address

1888 Westchester Ave, Bronx ,NY 10472, United States

+1 (914) 634-9600

Type in our ZIP code (10007) to find us on the official USCIS Civil Surgeons Locator list

Free Phone Consultation

If you have questions, don't hesitate to call us at:

+1 (914) 634-9600

We are here to answer any questions you might have on the immigration exam process

New COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement

Effective October 1st, 2021

The USCIS and CDC has updated vaccination requirements for the USCIS Immigration Medical Exam (Green Card Medical Exam) The new requirement will require all Green Card applicants to be fully vaccinated agains COVID-19. We strongly recommend all eligible personals to be vaccinated regardless of this requirement immigration requirement The vaccine is widely available in the region through official vaccination sites and is free Due to vaccine allocation constrains, our clinic cannot offer COVID-19 vaccine, please have your proof of completed COVID-19 vaccine ready when coming to our clinic for the USCIS immigration exam.

If you need to find a NY state and city operated vaccination site to recieve the COVID-19 vaccine for free. Please use the button below

If assistant is needed, please feel free to give us a call, we can help you schedule your vaccination appointment.

Currently, per USCIS and CDC guidelines, only the following COVID-19 vaccine can be accepted for the USCIS Immigration Medical Exam

1. Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

Two Shots of Total, 21 days in between

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2. Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

Two Shots of Total, 28 days in between

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3. Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine

Only require 1 Shot

Waivers for the COVID-19 vaccine is available under special circumstances, please consult with your immigration attorney for details.

What Is a USCIS Medical Exam?

Everthing you need to know before the exam.

What to Bring to the Exam

Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record (We can print out for you)

Government-issued photo identification, such as a valid passport or driver’s license.

Vaccination or immunization record

Have Question? Give Us a Call

Free Consultation: (914) 634-9600

During the Exam

The medical examination entails a review of your medical history and a physical examination.

The doctor will also test for communicable diseases such as tuberculosis, syphilis, and gonorrhea.

After the exam, the doctor will complete Form I-693 and seal the form in an envelope for you to submit to USCIS.

Immigration Physical Exam Procedure

Immigration Physical Exam Procedure Download Infographic

How Much does Immigration Physical Exam Cost?

It depends! Unlike other service providers who will charge you a maybe-all-inclusive price for tasks needed to complete the immigration physical exam, we will evaluate your current situation to determin what you need (and what you don't need).

Free Consultation: (914) 634-9600

In general, your cost for completing the entire exam process will vary depending many factors
here are the popular ones:

Have you previously completed the immigration physical exam but the form I-693 expired?
Even if your past I-693 is expired, you might be able to resuse some information from your previous exam.

What is your age group?
USCIS has different immunization requirements for different age group, this will affact your cost for the immigration phyical exam espically if you have missed immunization requirements or cannot provide an immunization record.

Do you have a complete immunization record?
Not being able to provide your immunization record does not mean you have to get all the vaccines from the start. Many vaccines can be determined from testing for additional antibodies in your blood (a blood test is mandortory for all USCIS Immigration medical exam). However, since the cost of the vaccines varies as the pharmaceutical market fluctuates, sometimes its just more economical, simpler and quicker to get the shot. In most situations there is no harm to get the same vacine twice, but we always recommend that you contact us or a qualified healthcare provider before getting any vaccination.

Do you have active health insurance?
The USCIS Immigration Medical Exam itself is almost never covered by your health insurance plan, but we can and is willing to works with your current family doctor (PCP) and insurance provider directly to try to find some saving opportunities, this is specially true for vaccinations. Just give us a call if you have any question or concern.

Are you in a hurry?
Generally, blood test is the most time consuming task in the entire process, some diagnostic items requires at least 48 hours to complete. Depending on your situation, we can offer a few alternatives to complete this task as effciently as possible.

Above are just the few reasons we recommend our clients to contact us over the phone prior to their visit, we have also partenerd with local and regional pharmacies and laboratories to offer some of the best savings available on your Immigration Medical Exam.

Free Consultation: (914) 634-9600


Ages 18 and older


  • Fee includes medical interview, the newly required blood test for tuberculosis (TB), blood testing for syphilis, urine testing for gonorrhea, a chest x-ray if needed, and expedited completion of medical forms within 2 business days.
  • Vaccination records required if under 18 years old.
  • If 18 or older, vaccination records are useful but not required. Please note that any vaccinations administered by our office are at additional cost.

1 to 17 years old


  • Fee includes medical interview, review of medical history and vaccination records, and completion of medical forms.
  • Please note that we do not perform blood testing for patients under 15, so children aged 2-15 will need to go to their regular pediatrician to have the TB blood test performed, so that we can complete their forms.
  • Vaccination records required. Please note that any vaccinations administered by our office are at additional cost.

Refugees (all ages)


  • Vaccination records required if under 18 years old.
  • If 18 or older, vaccination records are useful but not required.
  • Fee includes expedited completion of medical forms within 2 business days.
  • Any vaccinations administered by our office are at additional cost.