Q.1. What is the form for the Immigration Medical Examination in the U S called?
The form that has to be filled up by the USCIS-approved Civil Surgeon conducting the Immigration examination is called the I-693 form.
Q.2. How long is the signature of the USCIS Civil Surgeon valid on the I-693 form?
The signature of the Civil Surgeon is valid for a period of one year on the I-693 form.
As per USCIS laws every applicant who is applying for the Immigration Medical Examination and is applying for adjustment of status should get the medical and vaccination schedule formalities completed as close to the submission of the I-485 form as possible.
Q.3. What does the Immigration Medical Examination involve?
As and when the entire Green Card Medical Examination is required to be conducted the USCIS Civil Surgeon is responsible for ensuring that all the necessary procedures are performed satisfactorily.
The results of the Immigration Medical Examination will then be recorded by the Civil Surgeon on the I-693 form that contains the results of all parts of the examination conducted.
The Immigration Medical Examination normally consists of :
- Physical Examination 2) Mental Evaluation 3)Tuberculin Test and 4) other stipulated vaccinations.