Immigration Physical Specialist

Murphy Medical Associates

Acute Primary Care & Board Certified Internal Medicine located in Greenwich, Stamford, & Stratford, CT

If you require an immigration physical to apply for a green card or United States citizenship, the Murphy Medical Associates team in Stamford, Stratford, and Greenwich, Connecticut, can help. They are authorized to perform immigration physicals and complete the necessary paperwork. To begin your immigration journey, schedule an immigration physical with Murphy Medical Associates over the phone or online today.

Immigration Physical Q & A

What is an immigration physical?

An immigration physical is a physical exam your Murphy Medical Associates provider completes to ensure you are healthy and don’t have a communicable disease. If you do, they offer treatments to help you pass the physical and apply for a green card or United States Citizenship. 

Murphy Medical Associates providers are authorized by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to complete immigration physicals. The practice offers same-day appointments and accepts walk-in patients for immigration and other physical exams.

What should I bring to an immigration physical?

When you arrive at Murphy Medical Associates for an immigration physical, make sure to bring:

  • Government-issued photo ID
  • Form I-693
  • Past vaccine records
  • A form of payment
  • List of your current medications
  • Past lab or X-ray results

Be prepared to discuss your medical history and symptoms with Murphy Medical Associates specialists. 

What happens during my appointment?

During an immigration physical at Murphy Medical Associates, your primary care physician reviews your medical history, medications, past surgeries, and previous medical diagnoses. They check your weight, blood pressure, temperature, and other vital signs.

Your doctor completes a comprehensive physical exam by evaluating your eyes, ears, nose, throat, breathing, heartbeat, reflexes, abdomen, and limbs. They test you for HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), tuberculosis, and other communicable diseases and review your vaccine records. Expect to complete a blood test and chest X-rays.

If you’re due for a vaccine, the Murphy Medical Associates team can administer it. If you have an acute or chronic disease, your provider might recommend medications, making lifestyle changes, minimally invasive procedures, or further diagnostic testing.

What should I expect after an immigration physical?

After you pass an immigration physical, your doctor completes I-693 forms and places them in a sealed envelope. You can keep a copy for your own records and send the sealed envelope to your Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) officer.

If you or a family member requires an immigration physical, you can trust the expert primary care team at Murphy Medical Associates with your care. Schedule an appointment over the phone or online, or simply walk in today.