Immigration Exam in East End, Houston, TX
you need to get a medical exam for your green card or citizenship,
our team of doctors here at Lawndale Medical Clinic in East End, Houston, TX,
can help. We have Civil Surgeon status, which allows us to perform
immigration exams and administer immunizations. Here’s what you
should know about turning to our medical team for your upcoming
Turn to Lawndale Medical Clinic For Your Immigration Exam
Here at our East End, Houston, TX, practice, we make it easier than ever before to schedule your immigration exam. We are a walk-in clinic so no appointment is necessary (just come in when it’s most convenient for you and we will get you in to see one of our board-certified or board-eligible doctors). We believe in making it convenient for everyone to get their immigration exam.
Accuracy is Paramount
Nothing is worse than dealing with incomplete paperwork, especially when it comes to something as important as your citizenship or green card. You don’t want to leave your immigration medical exam to just any physician. Here at Lawndale Medical Clinic, we have received extensive training. Our Civil Surgeon status means that we know the entire immigration process inside out, as well as USCIS guidelines so that you are never without incomplete or inaccurate paperwork.
A Trusted Name in Medical Care
Lawndale Medical Clinic has been serving the East End Houston and Pasadena communities for more than 35 years. We have helped countless individuals and families get the immigration exams they need so they can lead the healthy, happy lives they’ve always imagined.
What to Expect
It’s important to understand what you will need to bring to your immigration examination. While we do offer the convenience of a walk-in clinic, you may wish to schedule an appointment with our physicians so you are guaranteed a spot. It can take two or three visits to complete the medical exam part of the immigration process, so you must have all the information and documentation you need to make the process go as smoothly as possible. Here’s what you’ll need to bring with you,
- A valid government-issued ID or Passport
- Vaccination records
- Payment for your immigration exams
Once your medical examination is complete, we will provide you with your I-693 paperwork to submit to the USCIS. We will also provide you with a copy for your records.