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Medical Assessment for Green Card: What to Expect

If you are applying for a green card in the United States, you will be required to undergo a medical assessment as part of the immigration process. This assessment helps ensure that you are not inadmissible to the country based on health-related grounds, and that you do not pose a public health threat. In this blog post, we will walk you through what to expect during a medical assessment for a green card application in NYC.

Choosing a Designated Civil Surgeon

As a green card applicant, you must undergo a medical assessment conducted by a USCIS-designated civil surgeon. At Nao Medical, we have a team of designated civil surgeons who are authorized to conduct the medical examination and complete the required paperwork.

What to Bring to the Appointment

When you schedule your medical assessment appointment with Nao Medical, you will be provided with a list of required documentation to bring with you to the appointment. This will typically include your passport or other government-issued ID, immunization records, and any medical records related to your current health status or previous health conditions. It is important to bring all required documents to avoid delays in processing your green card application.

What the Medical Assessment Entails

The medical assessment for a green card application consists of two parts: a medical history review and a physical examination.

Medical History Review

During the medical history review, the civil surgeon will ask you questions about your medical history, including any previous or current medical conditions, surgeries, hospitalizations, and medications. The civil surgeon will also ask about your vaccination history and determine whether you have received all required vaccinations for your age and health status.

Physical Examination

The physical examination includes a standard set of tests to evaluate your overall health. These tests may include a blood test, a urine test, a chest X-ray, and a tuberculosis (TB) skin test. The civil surgeon will also check your vital signs, such as your blood pressure, heart rate, and temperature, and examine your eyes, ears, nose, and throat.

Getting Your Results

After the medical assessment, the civil surgeon will complete the required USCIS forms and provide you with a sealed envelope containing the results of your medical assessment. You will need to submit this envelope to USCIS along with your green card application.

Why Choose Nao Medical for Your Medical Assessment?

At Nao Medical, we understand that the immigration process can be stressful, and we are here to make the medical assessment process as smooth and stress-free as possible. We offer affordable and high-quality medical care services, including preventive care, primary care, mental health, nutrition, and women’s health services. We also offer telemedicine and after-hours services, so you can get the care you need when and how you need it.


What if I have a medical condition?

If you have a medical condition, it is important to bring any medical records related to your condition to your medical assessment appointment. The civil surgeon will review your medical history and determine whether your medical condition will affect your admissibility to the United States. In most cases, having a medical condition will not prevent you from obtaining a green card.

How long does the medical assessment take?

The medical assessment typically takes about 30-60 minutes, depending on your medical history and the tests required.

How much does the medical assessment cost?

At Nao Medical, we offer affordable medical assessments for green card applicants. The cost of the medical assessment varies depending on the tests required, but we strive to provide our patients with high-quality care at an affordable price. We also accept a wide range of insurances and offer a transparent fee schedule for our services.

Do I need to schedule an appointment for a medical assessment?

Yes, it is important to schedule an appointment for a medical assessment with a USCIS-designated civil surgeon. At Nao Medical, you can easily schedule your appointment online or by calling our office.


Undergoing a medical assessment is an important part of the green card application process. At Nao Medical, we are committed to providing high-quality and affordable medical care services to help you through the green card application process. Our team of designated civil surgeons will guide you through the medical assessment process and provide you with the necessary paperwork to submit with your green card application. Schedule your appointment today and take the first step towards obtaining your green card.

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