Medical Examination

Dr. Haki Laho and Dr. Ivi Kasimati are USCIS-designated civil surgeons, authorized to perform the immigration medical exam and certify Form I-693. Form I-693 reports results of a medical examination to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The USCIS requires the immigration medical examination report to establish that applicants who are applying for adjustment status to become a lawful permanent resident, are not inadmissible to the United States on public health grounds. Medical examinations and vaccinations in the United States are typically required for anyone who files Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. Certification of the Immigration Medical Examination and Vaccination Record brings you one step closer to establishing your lawful permanent resident status in the US and living the American Dream.  

Why Book Your Immigration Medical at 3D Medical? 

We have highly experienced civil surgeons and designated personnel on staff, who will guide you through the process, provide you with flexible scheduling, and keep you updated, to keep the process on track and complete the certification of Form I-693 in an accurate and timely manner. 

​We are happy and honored to take part in this process!

Flexible Scheduling

Same/Next Day Appointments

Saturday Appointments


Two civil surgeons, designated administrative staff, and your active participation are the basis for a streamlined & accurate process.

Fast Processing

The average processing time to certify Form I‑693 at 3D Medical is one week.

Low Cost I-693 Medical Exam & Laboratory Testing

The price includes the physical exam with the civil surgeon, mandatory labs, and the certified copy of I-693.

Proudly Serving Applicants From Neighbor States

Excellent reviews and word of mouth about our high-quality service and flexible scheduling, brings to us patients from Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, Maine, and Rhode Island. 

I wasted precious time calling and waiting for schedule openings at several civil surgeon offices in NY, where I live. I needed immigration medical physicals for my family and was running short of time.

A friend told me about weekend appointments at 3D Medical and I called them. The professional communication and quick processing was absolutely worth the drive.
I highly recommend this immigration doctor’s office. 

Armando H.

Highly recommended! Professional and caring staff. Flexible scheduling options. Quick processing. My son is afraid of needles, but Dr. Laho’s worked his magic and made him feel relaxed in no time. 

I-693 forms for my family were completed within one week. Happy!


My grandmother got her immigration medical at 3D Medical. I helped as an interpreter and preparer of Form I-693. 

We cannot thank Dr. Laho and Jennifer enough for making this process smooth and stress free! 

Elisabeth G.

Frequently asked questions

Will my health insurance cover the cost of the USCIS Immigration Medical Examination?

We do not take health insurance at 3D Medical Immigration. All costs will be out-of-pocket. Most health insurances will deem it unnecessary for health purposes as this is for immigration purposes. You are welcome to contact your insurance to see if they can reimburse you for these services. Payment is due on the day of your medical exam. We will provide you with a receipt that day.

What is the cost?

The starting price is $370. It is dependent on the person’s vaccination/immunization record. $200 includes the medical exam and certification of the I-693 form and a copy. $170 includes mandatory labs tests of TB, gonorrhea, and/or syphilis.

In addition, titers for MMR and Varicella (these will test for immunity) may be required depending on the person’s vaccination record.

MMR Titer$60
Varicella Titer$20

Vaccines are also a separate cost from the $370. You are welcome to get vaccines from your PCP or local pharmacy with health insurance. If you would like to pay out-of-pocket for vaccines, we administer Hepatitis B, MMR, TD, and the Flu vaccines.

Hepatitis B$130
What vaccines are required?

Vaccines are determined by the person’s age. Tdap/TD, Hepatitis B, MMR, Varicella, Covid-19, and Flu vaccine are the most common for adults.

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