Immigration Medical Exam in Charlotte, NC

If you are in the process of becoming a citizen of the United States, congratulations! There are many steps to take, but it is worth it. Your provider at Centro Médico Latino will help you through completing your immigration medical exam in Charlotte, North Carolina, known as the USCIS Immigration Physical Exam.

The immigration physical exam cannot be administered by any doctor. A designated civil surgeon is required to carry out the physical examination and guide you through the paperwork. Below are the relevant forms for this process.

Form I-485

Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. This is the most commonly used form and what you will use in your application process. This form needs to be sent with the completed I-693 form in a sealed envelope to location this form specifies.

Form I-539

Application To Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status. If you have already begun this process and are extending your stay, this is the appropriate form to use. Please go to the USCIS website to learn more.

Form N-648

Medical Form for Disability Exceptions. As stated by, "this form is intended for applicants for U.S. citizenship who seek an exception to the English and civics testing requirements for naturalization "because of physical or developmental disability or mental impairment."

Form I-693

Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record. This is the form we will help you to complete using the results of your immigration medical exam test results. It can take several days to process, so we recommend planning ahead.

Frequently Asked Questions

For an immigration medical exam, Centro Médico Latino is the place to be. You have access to Dr. Carlos Rish, a civil surgeon with more than 30 years of experience. Our team is fluent in English and Spanish, and can provide translation services if you speak a different language.

Q: What does USCIS Stand for?

A: United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. It is a part of the United States Department of Homeland Security, and is responsible for helping emigrants adjust their status.

Q: What forms should I bring?

A: It helps to bring all of the following documents to your appointment so that we can take care of you at the most affordable price and with the greatest expediency. However, as long as you have a passport or government-issued photo ID, we are happy to serve you. Please bring the following records:

  • Passport or Government-Issued Photo ID (Required)
  • Medical Records
  • Vaccination Records
  • Work Permit/ Employment Authorization Document

Other than your passport or government-issued photo identification, the other records are optional. Please call us with any questions you may have.

Contact us today and schedule your immigration medical exam. We proudly serve patients in Charlotte and Monroe, North Carolina, and the surrounding areas.