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Immigration Physicals

Urgent Care, Telemedicine & Primary Care Practice located in El Centro, Brawley, Calimesa and Calexico, CA
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Immigration Physicals services offered in El Centro, Brawley, Calimesa and Calexico, CA

In order to get your United States citizenship or green card, you need an immigration physical. Luis E. Verduzco, MD, Brian Tyson, MD, and the team of skilled health experts at All Valley Urgent Care in Brawley and El Centro, California, provide immigration physicals. The urgent care clinic gets you in and evaluated as quickly as possible. Call the office or request your immigration physical online today.

Immigration Physicals Q&A

What are immigration physicals?

Immigration physicals are physical exams required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for immigrants applying for U.S. citizenship, also called a green card. The immigration physical requires a physical exam along with the completion of a specific form that you must include as part of your immigration application.

The purpose of the immigration physical is to ensure you don’t have any health issues that may endanger people in the country.

All Valley Urgent Care is a full-service clinic that provides comprehensive immigration physicals, including the completion of the required paperwork.

What do I bring to an immigration physical?

All Valley Urgent Care explains what you need to bring to your immigration physical after you schedule your appointment. In general, you should bring a government-issued identification (passport or driver’s license) along with your vaccination records.

You may also want to bring in other medical records, as well as someone who can serve as a translator. 

What happens during immigration physicals?

Immigration physicals include a physical exam, a review of your vaccination and medical history, and medical tests to check for contagious diseases.

Physical exam

The immigration physical exam is similar to any physical exam and involves a general evaluation of your health. It includes checking your heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration.

Review of vaccination and medical history

Your provider asks detailed questions about your medical history, including the types of medications you take. You also need to bring in a copy of your vaccination records. 


Testing for your immigration physical may depend on the findings of your physical exam. However, your provider may perform a tuberculosis (TB) test and run blood work to check your immune status based on your vaccination records.

They may also test for other communicable diseases.

Depending on the type of testing you need, your provider may have you come back to the office to complete your exam before filling out your paperwork.

What happens after immigration physicals?

After your immigration physical, your provider at All Valley Urgent Care completes your USCIS immigration physical form and places it in a sealed envelope. You also get a copy for your records.

If you need any vaccines, your provider at All Valley Urgent Care can give those to you and update your records for your application.

Call All Valley Urgent Care or schedule your immigration physical online today.