Immigration Physicals in Kent, WA and SeaTac, WA
AFC Urgent Care Southcenter is now qualified to perform immigration physicals that meet the requirements set by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and US Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) for individuals and families applying for citizenship, permanent residency or green card status in the United States. Each examination follows strict protocol put forth by the DHS, USCIS and the CDC. Immigrations are performed by appointment only seven days a week. The examination is a requirement of the application process for citizenship. AFC Urgent Care Southcenter is able to perform any necessary bloodwork, vaccinations and x-rays needed as part of your physical.
Directions to AFC Urgent Care Southcenter:
At AFC Urgent Care Southcenter, our team is here to ensure that all patients can safely return to work and travel if needed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our urgent care center offers COVID-19 testing, immigration physicals, preventive care, and DOT physicals for patients across the greater SeaTac and lower Seattle area. A list of the locations we proudly serve for urgent care and COVID-19 testing include:
What should I expect at my immigration physical?
Two appointments will be needed to complete your immigration physical. Please arrive at your appointment early to ensure that all paperwork is completed and correct. At your first appointment, you will undergo routine blood work and have your I-693 form filled out. You will need to provide a copy of your medical history, which will be reviewed during your physical, as well as vaccination history. During your second appointment, you will meet with our Civil Surgeon, undergo a physical and receive any vaccinations needed. Please expect to have at least two weeks between your visits in order for lab results to come in. The following will be done over the course of your visits:
- Physical exam
- Mental evaluation
- Review of medical and immunization history
- Chest x-ray (if necessary)
- Evaluation of any physical or mental disability or disease
What to bring to your immigration physical
You will need to bring the following to your immigration physical:
- Government issued identification (driver’s license, passport, government ID card) for all family members, including children
- Translated immunization records
- Hospital records, including proof of potential tuberculosis treatment
- Previous chest x-rays
- Records of previous mental health treatment
- I-693 form
Immigration Physicals in Southcenter, Kent, Renton, SeaTac & Tukwila, WA
If you are applying for citizenship, permanent residency or a green card, make an appointment with AFC Urgent Care Southcenter for your immigration physical. We will be able to work with you to fill out the paperwork you need. To schedule an appointment, please call 425-970-8117.