Get Your Immigration Exam at our Houston Health Clinic

According to the US Census Bureau there are more than 22 million noncitizens residing in the US. More than half are permanent residents, while more than 11 million are unauthorized. With Texas being the second leading state housing unauthorized immigrants behind California, there are plenty locally who are in need of immigration exams. Our healthcare clinic provides immigration exams for immigrants seeking to conclude their paperwork and seal their status as permanent residents.

Medinet Family Care Clinic makes it easy for immigrants to complete their immigration examinations. Our medical facility has all the necessary tools and equipment to complete an exam.

WHAT OUR MEDICAL TEAM CHECKS FOR

An immigration exam is completely necessary in order to become a citizen or a lawful permanent resident in the US. It protects the individual, but it also protects the community. This helps ensure that the individual is not a carrier of any communicable diseases that could affect other citizens and noncitizens.

There are a number of diseases our physicians will check for, including:

Once the tests are taken, the patient will be required to return to our medical facility to be provided the results of the test. Our physician will take the time to discuss the results and answer any and all questions the patient may have.

BEGIN YOUR IMMIGRATION EXAM TODAY

If you need to begin your immigration exam process, then contact our health clinic today and schedule your appointment. Our medical staff will ensure you experience a smooth and seamless process to obtain your immigration examination. We look forward to assisting you and your family in pursuing this very important step in your immigration process.

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