Summer Immigration Exam? Come to Medinet

What does this summer hold for you? Are you preparing for your immigration exam for citizenship or a green card? Then you’ll need to complete your health examination. At our southeast Houston medical clinic, we can provide you with your health immigration examination.

Conducting a thorough health check is a necessity for passing the immigration exam. Without providing a clean bill of health, meaning no communicable diseases, you will not pass the immigration exam, which means you won’t be able to receive your citizenship or green card. At Medinet Family Care Clinic, our physicians conduct tests, including blood tests, to check for illnesses of various kinds. We make certain that your health is in the proper state so that others around you will be safe.

Our physicians check for various diseases and illnesses. Here are some of the diseases our medical clinic checks for:

TREATING DISEASES

Our physicians have decades of experience working in the medical field. Therefore, our staff understands how to treat those suffering from certain illnesses. And whatever our medical facility cannot treat, we are able to direct patients to hospitals and specialists who work in specific areas of disease.

Our goal is to get you and/or your family members prepared for their immigration exams. Making certain that you are healthy for the summer and for the future is important for you and everyone else.

SCHEDULE YOUR HEALTH EXAM TODAY

If you are preparing for your citizenship or green card examination, then contact us today and schedule your health exam for the summer. We look forward to helping you achieve citizenship or your green card status.

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