You are a green card applicant, and you are almost on your way towards landing that providential piece of good luck that would make you a citizen of the United States! One of the last stages in the entire Green Card procedure is going in for the Green Card Medical Examination. But there could be some challenges that you should be aware of: problems that could make it difficult for you while taking on the Immigration Medical.
HEALTH ISSUES THAT COULD BE A SPANNER IN THE WORKS
If you do not have any health issues and no chronic diseases or medical conditions then you need not worry. But problems could arise if you have a medical condition or any chronic diseases.
WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU HAVE A CHRONIC CONDITION?
The best thing to do would be to avail of medical records of your condition and carry them with you to the Green Card Medical Examination. Also, it would be advisable to obtain a letter signed by your personal doctor, who will attest the condition of your medical problem and how you are being treated.
In case you have a history of drug usage, it would be best to get a certificate from either your doctor or your counselor who will testify on record the time period for which you have stayed drug-free. As an added precaution, go in for the drug test in advance and carry the results of the exam to the Green Card Medical Examination.