Are You Ready for Your Citizenship Exam?

Texas is known for immigrants working toward either their green card status or outright citizenship. At Medinet, we care deeply about the status of our patients, which is why we work so hard to make certain all of our patients who are working toward their green card or citizenship are fully prepared medically to pass their exams.

At Medinet Family Care Clinic in southwest Houston, we provide immigration exams that test for all types of potential illnesses that could be hazardous to the American population. We want to help patients pass their exams, but more importantly, we want to make sure everyone is safe from communicable diseases, like hepatitis or syphilis.

PASSING IMMIGRATION EXAMS

In order to receive your green card or your citizenship, you must pass your immigration health exam. At Medinet Family Care Clinic, we check for illnesses and diseases that are treatable and untreatable. If you have an illness that is treatable, our medical staff and physicians will ensure you receive the necessary treatment.

Some illnesses our medical clinic does not treat, and whichever those are, we will be certain to inform you. We will also lead you to the right facility that is capable of treating certain diseases and illnesses.

Whether you pass or fail the immigration health exam, we will provide you with the results for your records. We will also keep the results on file so that you can request them in the future, especially if you lose your copy. These records are invaluable for receiving your green card or US citizenship. Be sure to keep them in a safe place.

NEED TO TAKE AN IMMIGRATION EXAM?

If you are preparing to take your citizenship test or apply for a green card, then be certain take your immigration exam. Our medical clinic in west Houston is here to provide you with this necessary service. We look forward to helping you attain either of these immigration items.

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