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CORONA VIRUS WATCH: we urge you to postpone your appointment and stay home if you are experiencing cold-like symptoms!


Children ages 5-11 are not allowed at the clinic unless they have a medical appointment. Please make babysitting arrangements in advance of your visit with us.

Fasting is Not RequiredPlease consume your meals as normal

Payment: You must pay for your medical exam on your first appointment. Cash and card accepted.

INTERPRETER IS REQUIRED during first visit: An interpreter MUST sign the I-693 Form if the patient is not fluent in English. However, our office can provide a Spanish/English and Portuguese/English interpreter for no additional charge.

Required Documents: You must provide passport, immunization records, and document containing your Alien/USCIS number (if any). The I-693 form now includes a space where you can include your USCIS account number.


What is a USCIS account number?

Laboratory Tests:  All laboratories will be performed on site only for all self-pay patients. All persons with qualifying insurance (Florida Blue PPO, BCBS PPO, Oscar Silver, AMBETTER) will be directed to the most convenient QUEST Diagnostic laboratory for blood work.  

Medical Report Collection: You, or any other authorized person, will be required to return in person to collect your medical report usually 7 days after your first visit. FedEx delivery is also available for an additional cost.

Validity of Your Medical Report: USCIS has removed the 60 day upon completion validity restriction for the I-693 form. There is no official written time constraint for submitting your sealed envelope. However, we strongly suggest taking no longer than 90 days to submit your sealed envelope. If more than 6 months pass, and you fail to submit your I-693 form, we will charge full price in order to redo the process (keep in mind we will have to retake laboratory samples).

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