Immigration Medical Exams Specialist

Rapid Response Urgent Care

Family Practice and Urgent Care located in Pearland, TX

Every country vaccinates differently, so it’s important to do your research before scheduling a low-quality Green Card physical. With a convenient location in Pearland, Texas, Rapid Response Urgent Care USCIS Civil Surgeons, open 8:30am-8:30 pm Monday-Friday and Saturday 9am-6pm, offers comprehensive immigration medical exams for a low, flat rate of $150. The practice even provides on-site blood draw, urine collection, and X-rays, making it a one-stop shop for your Green Card physical. For more information, call Rapid Response Urgent Care today, or book an appointment online.

Immigration Medical Exams Q & A

Rapid Response Urgent Care

Why should I visit Rapid Response Urgent Care for my immigration medical exam?

Before getting your Green Card, you are required to undergo an immigration medical exam. This physical allows the government to decide whether or not you fall under the health-related grounds of inadmissibility before you can obtain a Green Card.

Even if you have health insurance, your provider may not cover immigration medical exams, which is why Rapid Response Urgent Care never bills your healthcare provider.

If an immigration medical exam is not covered in your plan, Rapid Response Urgent Care can offer:

  • A flat clinic fee of $150 adults and $130 for children (Please note this does not cover your mandatory laboratory tests and shots if you need to update your shots)
  • Late-night openings (8:30 am to 8:30 pm Monday-Friday and Saturday 9am-6pm)
  • Convenient location in Pearland, Texas
  • On-site blood draw and urine collection
  • On-site X-rays
  • Comprehensive range of vaccinations
  • No appointments necessary; walk-ins encouraged
  • USCIS-certified civil surgeon on site

I have a vaccination certificate from my home country. Do I still need a medical exam?

The short answer: Yes! Applying for a Green Card is a long, tedious process, only made more complicated if your vaccinations do not match United States requirements. For your own protection, do not try to bypass the USCIS vaccination requirements just because you have already had a full physical in your home country.

Rapid Response Urgent Care is certified by the USCIS for immigration and naturalization medical exams, so you never have to worry about fraudulent Green Card physicals, vaccinations, etc. before meeting a doctor.

What can I expect from my immigration medical exam?

Unlike your typical physical, an immigration medical exam with Rapid Response Urgent Care typically consists of two visits to ensure that all your vaccinations are up-to-date and your paperwork is complete for your Green Card application.

During the first visit, the team at rapid response urgent care will provide the latest copy of the USCIS form which is I–693 form for the US immigration medical examination. We will make sure that it is properly
completed, and go through your immunization record. Please bring in your immunization records if you have them. If you do not have them, not a problem, we will inform you what to do next if you do not have
your records.


We will collect all of the mandatory laboratory tests that include syphilis, gonorrhea, and tuberculosis
blood test (please note that from October 1, 2018 PPD skin test is no longer accepted by the USCIS for
TB evaluation).


Your second visit is usually to pick up your sealed form for you to turn into the USCIS, unless the tests
are abnormal and further recommendations will be made to have the condition taking care of.

Should your QuantiFERON gold test for TB come back positive, the office has a digital x-ray on-site to obtain an immediate chest x-ray, and a radiologist reporting in minutes.

Call or book online today to learn more about the immigration medical exam services that Rapid Response Urgent Care has to offer.