Green Card or Citizenship? Our Houston Medical Clinic Can Help

According to a Pew Research study, approximately 1 million immigrants are issued a green card every year. Slightly more than half of those are current residents. If you or someone you know is seeking to receive or renew their green card status, then our medical clinic in southwest Houston can help.

Medinet Family Care Clinic provides immigration examinations to immigrants who are seeking a green card or are pursuing their American citizenship. Our professional medical staff understand the standards of compatibility for conducting these examinations so that nothing is missing on these very important health evaluations.

Our highly trained physicians perform these examinations with the patient. These health examinations include exterior checks as well as checking blood sample. This enables our clinic to check for various communicable diseases that can often come from different countries. Here are some of the diseases the blood sample can identify:

PASSING THE EXAMINATION

If you happen to not pass the health examination, our doctors will show you what parts of the exam you did not pass. They will also provide you with information how to treat certain illnesses so that you may possibly pass your future exam.

If you do pass your exam, our physicians will provide the information necessary to present to the government in order to receive a green card or citizenship. At our southwest Houston family medical clinic, we work hard to make certain the entire immigration exam process is simple and easy to understand.

If you or a loved one is seeking their green card or citizenship, contact our medical clinic today and schedule an immigration examination appointment with one of our qualified physicians. Our medical staff looks forward to helping you through this process.

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