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Immigration Physical Exam in St Petersburg FL

AFC Urgent Care Located At 2241 66th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33710 is Open 8am-8pm Monday to Friday and 8am-5pm Saturday and Sunday. Our Friendly USCIS Civil Surgeon Provides Immigration Medical Exams and I-693 Form Completion. Call (727) 273-1700 to Schedule An Appointment.

Immigration Physical Exam in St. Petersburg, FL

If you are looking to make the United States your permanent place of residence, you will have to undergo an immigration physical examination in St Petersburg. This is to ensure you don’t have any medical conditions that will require follow-up treatment, and to clarify that all your immunizations are up to date. The immigration examination must be carried out by a USCIS civil surgeon who is certified to provide immigration medical exams. At AFC Urgent Care St. Petersburg, we provide low-cost immigration physicals.  We are conveniently located just a few short minutes’ walk from Tyrone Square Mall at the intersection of Tyrone Blvd and 66th Street South East Corner, next to 5th Third Bank.

Our urgent care clinic in St. Petersburg, Florida is allowed by federal law to conduct an immigration physical examination in order to help grant you access to live and work in the United States.

The examination itself consists of four tests:

  • The first test is a physical examination. You will be asked several questions at this point and your mental state will be assessed.
  • The second part of the immigration physical is a simple tuberculin skin test for all applicants of 2 years of age or over. This will show whether or not you have ever been exposed to the tuberculosis causing bacteria, and therefore suffered with the illness in the past. This is Routine, and everyone in the United States has had the same test done.
  • The third part of the test requires a blood sample to be taken that will determine if you have any illnesses such as RPR (syphilis) and a urine test for Gonorrhea. If it is found that you are positive then you will receive counseling from the civil surgeon who conducted your blood test. Blood tests depend on the health of the patient being examined and their age is a modifying factor as well.  MOST exams require TB skin test and or Chest X-ray if positive TB. If the child is under 15 blood and urine not required.
  • You will need to show proof of all previous vaccinations that you have had in the final part of this test. Normally you will be able to obtain paperwork from your current doctor for this stage to show to the civil surgeon that all your immunizations are currently up to date. However, if you cannot obtain this we will be able to test your blood to see what vaccinations you have received in the past, and administer any that you currently need to have.

AFC Urgent Care St. Petersburg provides full-service immigration physicals. If you would like to have your immigration physical performed, please call us at (727) 273-1700 to make an appointment.

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