Over 20 years experience with Immigration Physicals
If you’re interested in applying for permanent residency in the United States, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires that you first have a medical examination to ensure you’re not inadmissible due to certain health conditions. Choosing a doctor who has experience completing I-693 exams can ensure the form is completed correctly and accurately the first time. Dr. Jonathan Rosaasen and Dr. Amanda Rosaasen at Rosaasen Family Medicine offer I-693 exams to patients in the Thousand Oaks, California area. For appointment times that work with your schedule, contact Rosaasen Family Medicine or book your appointment online.
Complete Physical Exam, I-693 Form, Required Lab Testing that includes RPR (Syphilis), Gonorrhea, Quantiferon Gold (Tuberculosis)
$280 Age 14 & Under
Complete Physical Exam, I-693 Form, Required Lab Testing that includes Quantiferon Gold (Tuberculosis)
Required Immunizations (Additional Cost)
Adults/Children - Tdap (Tetanus, diptheria, attenuated pertussis) proof of vaccination, if no proof, cost for vaccine is $70
MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) proof of vaccination or blood titer, cost for vaccine is $75,
Flu vaccine if visit occurs from October 1 through March 31, cost for vaccine is $25
14 & Under - Varicella (Chickenpox) proof of vaccination or blood titer, cost for vaccine is $120
Documents to Bring To Your Appointment
Valid Photo ID and Immunization Records
Immigration Services Q & A
What’s the purpose of the I-693 medical exam?
The medical exam is required to ensure that you don’t have any health conditions that make you inadmissible to the United States, and that you’ve received all of the vaccinations you need for entrance. In many cases, issues identified during the exam can be corrected or treated.
What can I expect during my I-693 exam?
Dr. Rosaasen completes a medical history review, a physical examination, skin tests or X-ray, and a blood test. If you have any questions before, during, or after your appointment, Dr. Rosaasen and her expert staff are happy to speak with you at length.
Which communicable diseases are considered to be of “public health significance”?
At any given time, tuberculosis, syphilis, gonorrhea, and leprosy are included in this category. Diseases considered quarantinable by Presidential Executive Order can also prevent your immigration.
Which immunizations or vaccines are required for immigration?
You should be immunized against the following diseases in order to apply for permanent residency:
Does insurance cover my I-693 exam?
No, unfortunately immigration exams aren't covered by any insurance policy. These exams are considered self-pay, and should be paid for when you arrive for your appointment. The team at Rosaasen Family Medicine can answer your questions about the cost of the exam, as well as your payment options in advance of your appointment for your convenience.
Who can perform an immigration exam?
Not all doctors can or choose to perform immigration exams. When choosing a doctor, find one who specializes in immigration exams.
Why should I schedule my I-693 exam with Rosaasen Family Medicine?
Your immigration process takes time, so finding opportunities to expedite the process is important. When you choose Rosaasen Family Medicine, you can usually receive your medical exam within a week when calling to schedule your appointment. Additionally, Dr. Rosaasen works hard to ensure the I-693 Form is completed promptly: Right after your examination is finished and your lab results have been received.
If you’re ready to continue the journey to citizenship, schedule an appointment with Dr. Rosaasen today.