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Complete Your Immigration Exam At Medinet

We know that the process towards a green card or citizenship can be hard work. However, our Houston medical clinic is here to make it a little easier. An immigration exam is for anyone working towards a green card or U.S. citizenship. These exams are performed by our highly trained physicians. We will conduct health tests to make sure you are able to move on to the next step in your journey to citizenship. Not every medical clinic is approved by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, however, our Houston medical clinic is. It is important that your exam be performed by an approved clinic, or it will not count.

IMMIGRATION EXAM FOR HOUSTON RESIDENTS

Immigration exams can be an ongoing process, with some of the tests requiring more than one appointment. However, our team strives to make your exam as quick and easy as possible. The immigration exam process starts with a standard health check, as well as testing for a variety of diseases. This is to make sure you are in the best possible health.

We will also check for any highly contagious diseases. This includes tuberculosis and syphilis. Additionally, our team will look at your existing health records, and make sure that you and your family are up to date on all the vaccinations you need. If there are missing vaccinations, these will be given to you and your family by our health care providers. Once you are finished with your immigration exam, you will be able to continue on with the citizenship or green card process.

SCHEDULE YOUR IMMIGRATION EXAM AT OUR HOUSTON HEALTH CLINIC TODAY

If you are a Houston resident working towards your green card or U.S. Citizenship, schedule your required immigration exam at Medinet today. We look forward to providing you with excellent healthcare, and helping you in your journey to United States citizenship.

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