"We take pride in our work and guarantee that your immigration medical report will satisfy all USCIS/US Immigration requirements"
Self Pay Prices: (No health insurance)
$165 for each child 14 years or younger. Vaccines requirement is based on school shot requirements.
$255* for each person 15 years and up. NOTE: all vaccines are charged separately. Click "Required Immunizations" to view age-required immunizations"
Adults who do not possess immunization records may pay up to $440* depending on the age-specific vaccination requirements of each applicant.
*NOTE: PRICES MAY VARY DEPENDING ON THE MEDICAL NEED OF EACH PATIENT**
Prices using Insurance AMBETTER, OSCAR Silver, Florida Blue PPO, Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO:
$120 for each child 14 years or younger
$210 for each person 15 years and up
For those wanting to make use of your health insurance, please note all labs will be performed at your nearest QUEST laboratory location.
Questions & Answers:
I just received a "Deficiency Letter" requesting the medical exam but it says "DO NOT MAIL ANY DOCUMENTS AT THIS TIME" This letter is giving you the "heads up" about the medical exam needed to be submitted to USCIS.Since the medical report in sealed envelope is only valid for 60 days (roughly 2 months) it is advised to wait until receiving the next letter/correspondence with instructions and date of submission (Interview Notice or "Request For Evidence letter")
How much is the medical exam for USCIS (Form I-693)? The cost of the medical exam for children 2-14 years is about $165. Persons 15 years and up pay between $255 and up to $450 depending on their age-specific vaccination requirements. Click on "Required Immunizations" to view all age-required vaccines. Discounts are given to family groups of 4 people or more.
How long is the Medical Report Form I-693 in sealed envelope valid for? Once your medical report is completed, the sealed envelope is good for 60 days. In other words, a USCIS officer must process your medical report in less than 60 days upon date of completion of your medical exam.
Can I update the sealed envelope after 60 days without having to redo labs all over again? Yes. We can provide you with another sealed envelope for a fee of $60 as long as your labs are not older than 6 months. Please note that even though USCIS can retain your medical exam for up to 2 years they can still ask you to bring another (updated) medical exam to your USCIS interview even though you have previously submitted it.
Can I use my own vaccination records from my home country? Yes. We can certify your home country's vaccination record. We understand vaccination records in Russian, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Rumanian, German, etc. If you have a vaccination record in another language please contact us at 4074805515 so that we can provide you with the best estimated medical fee.
Do I need to fast before doing the labs? No, fasting is not required. You may eat your meals (breakfast, lunch, snacks, and drinks) as normal.
What are your hours for appointments? Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9am to 4pm. Report ready in 7 days.
You can call us during office hours at (407) 480-5515 or send us text (407) 5132368 to request a call back at anytime and someone will call you as soon as we are back in the office. Or you could email us at
Is a drug test required for USCIS Form I-693? No, drug testing is NOT required.
Do my labs/laboratory tests expire? Yes. Your labs cannot be older than 6 months. As they are about infectious/contagious diseases the date of these tests must no be over 6 months.
What kind of tests are required for the USCIS Medical Exam? Children age 2-14 and younger must do a blood test for tuberculosis. All persons 15 years and up must do a syphilis, gonorrhea, and tuberculosis tests.
If I don't have my vaccination/shot record do I have to do all shots all over again? No. We run blood titers for all adults who do not possess any vaccination records on hand. Blood titer tests are harmless and give an accurate reading of your level of antibody presence for varicella, measles, mumps, rubella.
What kind of vaccines/shots/immunizations are needed? Immunizations are age-specific. Please click on "Required Immunizations" to view the list.
Do I have to get the flu shot for USCIS? Any person with a medical condition, religious belief, or moral/ethical believe may decline the flu shot.
When is the flu season? October 1st through March 31st of each year.
Can I use my insurance to pay the USCIS medical exam Form I-693? All major health insurance policies pay for the flu and tetanus (TDaP) shots at any Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, Target pharmacy. We do use some insurance plans to pay for labs. Please call us to inquire at 4074805515.
When is the right time to submit my medical report Form I-693 to USCIS? After filing your initial application, USCIS will send you letters or notices with instructions about how and when to submit your Form I-693 Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Records.
How fast can I obtain my medical report after my first appointment? the I-693 Medical Report is ready in 7 days after your first appointment.
Do I have to collect the medical report in person? or can you mail it to me? Yes, you can collect the medical report in person or have it mailed to you via Fedex for an additional cost. Please note, that we do not mail the medical report to USCIS directly.
Do I need to pre-fill the I-693 Form? No. We prepare the I-693 Form from beginning to end. We will, however, have you double check the information before signing it.
Do I need to do a chest Xray for the medical exam for USCIS? No. Only those patients who test positive on the tuberculosis blood test must do the Xray. The chest Xray is the second step for ruling out tuberculosis. The price of the Xray is about $27
Do I need to do the tuberculosis test again even though I have tested positive on the PPD (tuberculosis skin test) in the past? Yes, the PPD/Skin test is no longer required. Instead, the QUANTIFERON TB GOLD PLUS/tuberculosis blood test will be performed to detect tuberculosis.
Do I get to know my lab results even though the medical report is in a sealed envelope? Yes, the purpose of the sealed envelope is for it to be "temper proof". A sealed envelope means "the patient is medically clear and meets all medical requirements for USCIS. All persons with positive syphilis, gonorrhea, or active tuberculosis must get medical treatment before we can seal the medical report.
My primary doctor just tested me for syphilis and gonorrhea. Can I use these lab results for my medical exam for USCIS? Unfortunately, the USCIS doctor performing the medical exam must be the ordering -and treating- physician for all required STDs (sexually transmittable disease)
Can my primary care physician do some of my immunizations and labs needed for the USCIS immigration medical exam? Yes, you may ask to have the QUANTIFERON TB GOLD PLUS or T-Spot test done for Tuberculosis. You may also obtain all your immunizations and blood titers from your primary doctor.
Have Health Insurance?
We work with Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO, Florida Blue PPO, Oscar Silver, AMBETTER.
If you have a different insurance plan, you can obtain all required vaccines and tuberculosis lab tests from your primary care physician and use it to complete your medical exam at our clinic. Please call us to obtain more information. Keep in mind that all labs for sexually transmittable diseases must be performed by the USCIS Civil Surgeon.
Also, please note, that all lab tests and some of the required vaccines have limited validity. The validity time of each test and vaccine varies on the type of lab test and vaccine type.
Please contact us for more info.