USCIS Medical Exam near you in Danville

Dr. Anuja Garg at Onestop Aesthetic Travel and Wellness Center is a USCIS-designated civil surgeon performing USCIS medical exams. To complete your USCIS I693 form, you must schedule two appointments with Dr. Garg. During the first appointment, she’ll conduct a physical exam and review your vaccination records. She’ll order labs and provide a checklist of required vaccinations if needed.

After the labs and titers are reported, Dr. Garg will let you know if any additional vaccines or X-rays are needed. Once all requirements are met, she’ll provide you with the completed I693 paperwork. We accept most commercial insurance at Onestop Aesthetic Travel and Wellness Center and offer pre-negotiated labs. You can choose to pay with insurance or cash for the labs.



What can I expect during the USCIS medical exam?

In a USCIS immigration medical evaluation, an authorized civil surgeon conducts a series of assessments to determine if the applicant meets the health criteria for U.S. immigration. The examination typically involves the following steps:

  1. Review of Medical History: The civil surgeon evaluates the applicant’s medical background, including past or current illnesses, surgeries, and health conditions.
  2. Thorough Physical Examination: This encompasses assessing vital signs like blood pressure, heart rate, etc., and examining various areas, including eyes, ears, nose, throat, chest, and abdomen.
  3. Tuberculosis (TB) Screening: The applicant usually undergoes a Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) or a blood test called the Interferon Gamma Release Assay (IGRA) to detect tuberculosis.
  4. Validation of Vaccination Records: The civil surgeon checks the applicant’s vaccination history and administers any necessary vaccinations to meet U.S. immigration standards.
  5. Syphilis Test: Applicants aged 15 and older typically undergo a blood test to screen for syphilis.
  6. Gonorrhea Testing (if applicable): Depending on age and marital status, some applicants may need to be tested for gonorrhea.
  7. Mental Health Evaluation: While not mandatory, the civil surgeon may assess the applicant’s mental health if there are any indications or concerns.
  8. Drug Testing (if applicable): Some applicants may need a drug test.
  9. Chest X-ray (if applicable): In cases where the Tuberculin Skin Test or IGRA yields positive results, or there’s a history of tuberculosis, a chest X-ray may be conducted for further assessment.
  10. Form Completion: The civil surgeon fills out essential forms detailing the examination results, such as Form I-693 (Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record). The envelope containing these documents is sealed and provided to the applicant for submission to USCIS as part of their immigration application.

It’s important to note that specific requirements may differ based on age, country of origin, and medical history. Furthermore, the outlined procedures serve as a general overview, and the actual process may vary slightly based on the civil surgeon’s judgment and USCIS guidelines at the time of examination.

Consulting the designated civil surgeon or USCIS is recommended for the most current information and requirements.

What all vaccination records shall I bring to the USCIS medical exam?

The USCIS immigration examination typically requires the following standard vaccinations:

  1. Hepatitis A and B
  2. Influenza (Flu)
  3. Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)
  4. Meningococcal Disease
  5. Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
  6. Pneumococcal Disease
  7. Polio
  8. Rotavirus
  9. Tetanus and Diphtheria Toxoids
  10. Varicella (Chickenpox)

Furthermore, individuals aged 2 and older must undergo a mandatory tuberculosis test. It’s important to note that specific vaccination requirements may vary based on age, country of origin, and medical history. If vaccination records are unavailable, the civil surgeon may opt to conduct a blood test to assess titers and confirm immunity.


How long does it take to get the USCIS medical exam completed and getting the filled form?

If you finish the labs requested by the USCIS civil surgeon within 24 hours of your first appointment, you can anticipate receiving the outcomes in about a week, provided no other concerns indicate TB or other issues. Nonetheless, if the TB test outcome is affirmative, additional testing and an X-ray may be required, which may take a few more days to complete.


What is the latest USCIS medical exam form?

Please download and print out the I-693 form for each individual from


What instructions should I follow for filling USCIS medical exam

Kindly print and fill out the provided I-693 forms for each patient.

To complete the process:

  • Fill out part 1 on page 1.
  • Complete the top section on pages 2-14, including Family Name (Last Name), Given Name (First Name), and AA – Number (if applicable). This information is located at the top of each page.
  • Ensure you bring the completed I-693 forms to your scheduled appointment.
  • Remember to bring your COVID vaccination card, immunization records (if available), insurance card, and a valid photo ID. Please note that digital versions on your phone cannot be accepted; physical copies are required for attachment to your packet.

Please use BLACK INK ONLY and provide SINGLE-SIDED COPIES when completing the forms.

Kindly bring all the requested documents with you, as digital copies displayed on your phone cannot be accepted. We are eager to welcome you to your appointment, and if you have any inquiries, feel free to reach our office at 925-263-9547.


Why should I do USCIS Medical Exam in Danville?

Our facility has a USCIS-designated civil surgeon, Dr. Garg, who conducts comprehensive medical exams and meticulously completes all necessary paperwork in compliance with USCIS regulations. We strive to make the examination process as effortless as possible for you. With our experience of conducting numerous I693 exams, you can trust us to handle it with utmost care.


What all treatments do you provide in Danville?

You can review all our laser treatments on our medical spa page.


How can I look at prices and book appointments?

You can see our pricing by navigating this page and selecting the ‘Book Online’ button. Additionally, you can explore our USCIS Medical Exam page for more comprehensive details.



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