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  • A Secure and Hassle-free Way to go through the Immigration medical!
  • When it comes to immigration to the United States of America, when an applicant applies for adjustment of status or for a visa, at a particular state he or she is required to go through what is called an Immigration Medical Examination. This exam can only be conducted by Civil Surgeons; these are physicians specially appointed by USCIS, or the US Citizenship and Immigration Services.  Only USCIS approved civil surgeons are qualified to conduct the Medical Examination for applicants.  The main reason why applicants have to go through the examination is to do away with the possibilities of a major health condition or disease, making the applicant inadmissible on public health grounds.

    The Immigration medical exam consists of specific Vaccinations, Tuberculin tests and other physical examinations, as stipulated by the CDC. Blood and urine tests apart from other relevant x-ray examinations are also a part of the immigration examination.

    easyIME is a portal that provides a host of services, including helping aspirants to take the medical exam. This makes it extremely easy for those who have to take the exam but do not know how to go about it! easyIME also helps applicants by providing them with a list of accredited  lawyers and attorneys for addressing their legal needs in immigration. By synchronizing applicants, Civil Surgeons and immigration lawyers, easyIME brings them all on a common platform, making the entire process of going through the medical examination that much smoother and easy to handle.

    All that applicants have to do is choose from the list of Civil Surgeons an area or zip code of his or her  choice and select the best suitable one after making the necessary comparisons of fee structures. The CSR team at easyIME will then help to coordinate appointments and help applicants to go through the medical in a smooth manner.

    It is to be remembered that the immigration medical exam cost is borne by the applicant.

  • Ushering in the New Year with easyIME!
  • The New Year has just been ushered in with a lot of fanfare, bringing with it a lot of hopes, optimism and plenty of excitement all along the way! easyIME wishes all its readers and members a very happy new year; may the days ahead be rich with the blessings of joy, good health and happiness!

    With more than of the week of the new year having gone by it is now time to take a respite from all that celebration, fun and gaiety, and get back into the groove, don’t you think? For those valued patrons who are applicants on the immigration journey to the United States, it is important for them to know that one of the important steps of the entire process is the Immigration Medical examination. This is a mandatory part of the entire visa or green card process and cannot be bypassed, unless under very special circumstances. But it will hearten new visitors to our site to know that easyIME is at your service, especially to help you appear for the Medical exam with ease! easyIME will help you search for Civil Surgeons in your area and choose the most suitable one for you, by enabling a price comparison of doctors.

    Paving the way for even better service and quality is easyIME’s newly updated website, a new release that seeks to encompass the services of both Civil Surgeons and Immigration Lawyers too, for the benefit of all applicants. Most visa pursuers also require legal advice pertaining to immigration, and easyIME, with a “smart” new appearance showcases accredited lawyers too, with the relevant details, so that applicants can choose the most suitable lawyer for their needs. The new release contains new safeguards and features that are designed to make it extremely user-friendly and less time consuming for applicants to find Civil Surgeons.

    So here is a warm welcome to the refurbished, all-new website –! It will be a pleasure to serve you!

  • The Festival of Christmas and the Immigration Journey
  • The Christmas season is the time of great joy and happiness. It is a festival when everybody comes together, forgets their sorrows, re-affirms their joys and celebrates life  and the new year looming ahead! Schools and colleges shut down, offices stop work and everywhere there is a feeling of great cheer. A spirit of enjoyment fills the air; children go to parties and Santa Claus leaves them gifts in their stockings at night! Cakes, sweets and savouries are consumed in plenty, as the whole world comes together to celebrate this grand festival, of jingle bells and reindeer!

    For some families however, this Christmas might not be so grand – those who are on the immigration journey, for instance, may find themselves separated from their family members – the immigration process may for instance may entail the husband being in a new country and having to apply for a visa or a green card in the United States of America, for instance. There are immigration lawyers who talk of their clients having to stay away from their families because they are on the immigration journey – when this occurs it becomes very difficult for all the members involved. When a family is on the immigration journey all members will have to sooner or later, appear for what is called the Immigration Medical examination. This will entail fixing an appointment with the USCIS-approved Civil Surgeon and going through a physical examination and X-ray. But it is better to get this done if one wants a green card, isn’t it?

  • The USCIS Civil Surgeon For The Immigration Exam
  • It is the USCIS Civil Surgeon who conducts the mandatory immigration physical examination and administers the necessary vaccinations for the immigration-based visas in the United States of America.


    If you are a qualified doctor and wish to practice as a Civil Surgeon you can do so, by applying to the USCIS – or the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services – the body that does all immigration work, in a form called the Form I-910.

    The USCIS accords a limited number of blanket designations so if you fall under these you need not necessarily apply for a Civil Surgeon designation.


    Every appointed Civil Surgeon is required to perform the Immigration Physical Examination as mandated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, AtlantaGeorgia, or the CDC. The Civil Surgeon must keep himself apprised of all updates and any important notifications that are issued from time to time by the CDC. All information can be access through their website.

    It is important to note that no print outs are sent out to the Civil Surgeons – it is the responsibility of the Surgeon to get these documents online, download them and in this way, comply to the necessary documentation.


    If the Civil Surgeon does not comply with the technical dimensions then there is a danger of his designation getting revoked. It is therefore advisable that the Surgeon goes through all the rules and regulations in microscopic detail to avoid any problems from occurring.


    Along with CDC the USCIS works closely with medical doctors and accords instructions and updates on a regular basis, helping Immigration Medical Doctors to correctly perform the examination, under the purview of the Technical Instructions that have been formulated by the CDC. There are power point presentations on the USCIS website that will help doctors to conduct the medical in the appropriate way.