Last time we looked at filling up Part 1 of the I-693 form. This has to be done by the applicant for the Immigration visa.
PART 1 OF THE I-693 FORM – CONTD..
When applicants visit the Civil Surgeon’s clinic for their Immigration Medical Examination they are required to carry along their government-issued photo ID as proof of identity.
This identity has to be verified by the Civil Surgeon to ensure that the individual undergoing the medical exam is the same individual who is listed in Part 1.
Note: A new feature that has been added is that the Civil Surgeon should note the form of applicant ID presented, along with the ID number in the form.
COMPLETING FORM I-693: PART 2
Part 2 of the I-693 form provides a summary of the results of the medical exam to the Immigration Officer.
Civil Surgeons will complete Part 2 at the conclusion of the Medical Examination, more importantly, after any follow up is completed.
It is also important to note that Civil Surgeons should only sign and date the I-693 form after the conclusion of the Medical Examination of the Immigration applicant. Only after all evaluation follow-up and treatment is completed should the Civil Surgeon sign and date the form.
We shall soon be looking at what Part 3 of the I-693 form comprises of. Stay with us!