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Immigration Green Card Exam Long Island

Immigration Medical Exam / Green Card Physical NYC & Hicksville

Statcare is a walk in immigration medical exam facility.

Statcare Immigration Medical Exams are $129 cash; less than half the cost in NYC. 

Come in and save yourself a bundle!  Our offices are walking distance from the Subway and LIRR.

You do not need an appointment. Just walk in and get green card physicals!

Two USCIS Certified Civil Surgeons do the Green Card Medical Exams 7 days a week.

No one does I-693’s faster or cheaper in the entire Tri-state area.  

You can come in and get Green Card Medical Examination done on Saturdays and Sundays until 5 PM.

You can come after work too! Statcare is open until 8 PM on all weekdays.

Statcare opens at 9 AM.  Call us and book your visit now!  Call (855) 9 FOR DOC

Sandeep Jain, MD and Priti Jain, MD  are both certified by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to provide immigration medical check-ups for U.S. permanent resident (Green Card) applicants.

Statcare provides all I-693 Forms - just bring your Passport and vaccination records with you.

The $129 discounted fee includes:
2 PPD Test visits for TB + your visit with the USCIS Civil Surgeon + blood draw + filling form I-693.

If your PPD is positive and you need a Chest X-Ray, Statcare does it on-site.  
Statcare keeps all vaccines in case you need any shots.
Statcare does all blood tests on-site.
Others will send you to different places for each service.  Avoid this run-around!

Statcare. The "one-stop shop" for all your Immigration Medical needs!

Blood tests, vaccines and Chest X-Rays that you may need are not included in the $129 fee.

You are required to pay for blood tests, vaccines and Chest X-Rays out of pocket regardless of where you get them done. You may not bill your health insurance plan for any immigration related paperwork. It is Health Insurance fraud - a federal offense. This can put you at risk of a technical denial of your US Citizenship.  Don’t get fooled by doctors who will ‘run it through your insurance’.  Call your Insurance carrier and USCIS before jeopardizing your US Citizenship.

In a rush?  Statcare can expedite your green card medical exam paperwork for a small fee. 

Statcare is the #1 choice of Immigration Attorneys!

Why Wait?  Walk in and get your Immigration Medical Check-up done today!

Immigration Medical Exam, USCIS Civil Surgeon FAQs

Trying to find information on the Green Card medical exam? You have come to the right place! Read these FAQs and consumer tips to get the USCIS Form I-693 filled out correctly.

Can I come to Statcare for my immigration physical?

Yes. Statcare is certified by USCIS to perform immigration medical exams. See proof of our USCIS certification.

What are the US immigration medical exam requirements for Form I-693? What is your discounted fee?

For a USCIS Certified Civil Surgeon to complete the physical exam check-up form (Form I-693) and clear you for the purpose of obtaining a Green Card for U.S. permanent residency, you will need the following:

  1. A physical examination or a medical check-up*
  2. A PPD test or a tuberculosis skin test (PPD or Tb test)* [link to page]
  3. VDRL blood test for syphilis
  4. Completion of all Green Card physical forms by the USCIS Certified Civil Surgeon*

* Items 1, 2 and 4 are included in our discounted Green Card check-up global fee of $129. There are no further discounts.

Can I choose a Statcare physician or do I need to go to the doctor recommended by my immigration attorney?

What questions should I ask when choosing a doctor for my Green Card medical exam?

When shopping for a Green Card medical examination price, always ask questions so that you know what your "actual" costs might be.

USCIS does not regulate what can be charged by a facility for a Green Card medical exam, but you can shop around and get the immigration physical done at the best price possible.

However, often there may be hidden costs that may not be as obvious to you. These include charges for:

  1. The I-693 Form (per page charge) printing charge
  2. Copies of the I-693 form
  3. PPD charges including supply charges and PPD administration charges
  4. Vaccine administration and supply charges (needle, syringe etc.)
  5. Chest X-ray charges for getting a chest X-ray done, charges for printing a copy
  6. Charges for reading the chest X-ray; often, your X-ray may not have a report made by a radiologist.
  7. Charges for prescriptions, were you to need one
  8. Charges for giving you a note summarizing that you got the vaccines
  9. Physician visit charges if your PPD test shows a positive result
  10. Lab charges for syphilis (VDRL) testing
  11. Blood draw charges for doing the blood test required for the Green Card check-up
  12. Charges for any photocopies you may need while you're there
  13. Charges for a third physician visit, if you were to need one
  14. Charges for expediting the USCIS I-693

Statcare's physician (Priti Jain, MD) is a USCIS Certified Civil Surgeon who can complete your immigration medical examination form.

Our price for an immigration physical examination is only $129 and includes all of the above except items 5, 10, and 14. Vaccines are not included. That is credibility, honesty, integrity, and dependability you can count on!

Your prices are very low compared to Manhattan (NYC). How can your immigration doctor do this immigration paperwork for this price?

We pride ourselves on being a completely transparent business. Doing an immigration medical exam is only one of the things our office does. It is not all that we do. Review a list of the services we provide.

That is the biggest difference between us and others, as you might have noticed already. We provide immigration medical exams as a service to immigrants because like you, we were immigrants too! We understand your challenges because we went through similar challenges ourselves. Doing immigration physicals is not our core business. Do check out all the services we provide!

Can I mail in my paperwork? Do you have other locations in New York City (Manhattan)?

Remember, you do need to physically be here in our office for us to perform the USCIS immigration medical exam and complete your paperwork. We have two locations in Hicksville, Long Island and Astoria, Queens, NY. People come to us from all over New York (NY State), including New York City (NYC), Manhattan, New Jersey (NJ) and Connecticut (CT).

I got a vaccination certificate from my home country. Can my cost be lower?

A word of caution for those who rely on vaccination documents obtained from their home country: Any lies or falsification on your application will automatically disqualify you from US citizenship, regardless of how many years have passed since your citizenship status. The USCIS vaccination requirements are for your protection. Do not try to bypass them in any way. You will be discovered or the person who knows your weakness will exploit you.

When we give you the vaccines, we will record the lot number and show you the expiration dates on the vaccines. We have heard a lot of crazy stories from same-day PPDs to same-day form filling (before the IGRA/24-hour TB test) services. When we give you a PPD test, it is actually a PPD, not something else. When we give you a vaccine, it is a vaccine.

We only do what is right. For this reason, we do not take over immigration medical exams where someone else has left off. We cannot certify the work if it is not done by us.

If you are shopping for a bargain price, please do not call our staff. They cannot help you with this.

We are certified by the USCIS for immigration and naturalization medical exams.
We are open 7 days a week, including holidays. We are open until 8 PM on weekdays. No appointments required. Just walk in!
We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express cards. No personal checks.

How many times do I need to come for getting a Green Card medical exam?

An immigration medical exam involves a few steps. The Green Card medical exam to any USCIS certified civil surgeon involves two visits because the PPD has to be read in 48-72 hours. That time cannot be compressed unless you want to pay for an IGRA (24-hour TB test). There are two types of IGRA tests available: the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) and an enzyme-linked immunospot.

Can you give me instructions so I can come prepared? Also guide me so I know what to expect...

Please read this carefully so you can get organized before your visit.

What you need to do for the first visit:

  1. Bring your passport, driver’s license, or a government-issued photo ID.
  2. Search and bring all your vaccine records and blood test results for vaccination-related antibodies when you come in. It may save you money.

This is all the homework you need to do for the first immigration medical visit.

What we do at the first visit:

We will provide the latest copy of the USCIS I-693 form for the US immigration medical examination. And we don't charge you for it. We understand most of you are still struggling to get a Green Card.

If you want to see what the I-693 form looks like, click here. You can bring the Form I-693 (Medical Examination of Aliens Seeking Adjustment of Status) if you want to. But please do not fill out the form yourself. US immigration officials are very particular and any mistakes or 'white-outs' will impact the integrity of your application for a Green Card.

On your first visit you will receive a medical check-up and the tuberculosis skin test (PPD/Tuberculin test). Also, blood will be drawn and sent to a lab for the syphilis test.

If you have received all the vaccines but do not have proof of the vaccination, you can opt for the blood test to check if you have protective antibodies from a prior vaccination in your blood. This blood test is not included in the global fee.

If you need certain vaccines, we will give them to you on the first day of your visit. You will have to pay for these vaccines separately:

Our prices for vaccines for a Green Card medical exam are extremely competitive. There are no surprises when you come to our office.

What you need to do for the second visit:

Just show up in 48-72 hours so your PPD can be read. Since we are open 7 days a week, there is no 48-hour scheduling issue where you can't get a PPD on a Thursday or a Friday just because the immigration doctor's office is closed on the weekend.

What we do at the second visit:

When you come back on your second visit, we will have the results of the VDRL blood test for syphilis. We will read the PPD skin test that was done at the first visit. If that test is negative, your immigration form will be completed. If the PPD test is positive, then you will need a chest X-ray.

We do digital chest X-rays in our office using the latest technology and have it read by a radiologist for $75. If the chest X-ray is abnormal, you will need further things done before you can be medically cleared for immigration (Green Card).

All reports will be issued in 2 business days. We can even mail them to you if you so desire.

Who will complete my Green Card medical examination papers?

Again, the medical exam is done all 7 days a week including weekends, and the whole family can come and get it done at the same time or separately. We are also open in the evening, all 7 days a week. All blood tests are drawn at our facility. If you need an X-ray, it will also get done at our facility.

How do I get to your place from Manhattan?

Visit our Hicksville, Long Island and Astoria, Queens location pages for directions.

What are the new changes for immigration doctor's visits since 2009?

The HIV test is not required anymore. The IGRA blood test for TB can be done instead of the skin test. It is expensive and if you would like it, we can get it done at the most reasonable cost compared to anywhere else in NYC, NY, NJ, or CT.

Glossary:

INS: Immigration and Naturalization Service
BCIS: Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services; a transient name for the INS
USCIS: US Citizenship and Immigration Services. INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) was the old name for this federal agency. They changed the name from INS to BCIS for a short time and then to USCIS in 2003.
Form I-693: Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record (Green Card medical check-up) is what you need filled by a USCIS Certified Civil Surgeon
Green Card: Permanent Resident Card
IGRA: Interferon-Gamma Release Assays, or sophisticated blood tests that can screen for TB within 24 hours
PPD: Purified Protein Derivative (PPD) [link to page]is used to screen for tuberculosis (TB)
NY: New York, including New York City (NYC)
NYC: New York City or Manhattan
NJ: New Jersey
CT: Connecticut
VDRL: A blood test for syphilis screening
Hep B: Hepatitis B
MMR: Measles, Mumps, Rubella vaccine
TD: Tetanus, Diphtheria vaccine

Our Locations

Statcare Urgent Medical Care
Hicksville, New York
232 W. Old Country Road
Hicksville, NY 11801
Phone: (516) 938-1550
Astoria, Queens
37-15, 23rd Ave.
Astoria, NY 11005
Phone: (347) 808-8830
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