Immigration exams administered by Austin Primary Care Physicians range from $80 - $400, depending on which vaccinations and services are needed per Civil Surgeon guidelines.
No, insurance never covers immigration exams.
Yes, as long as the previous vaccinations meet requirements (especially related to when they were administered) and documentation is presented. Patients who are unsure should bring all immunization records for review by the qualified team at Austin Primary Care Physicians.
The length of time it takes to receive documentation depends on a few different factors:
In any case, the team at Austin Primary Care Physicians understands the time-sensitive nature of immigration medical exams and works diligently to be honest with patients about timelines and deliver as early as possible following their exam.
No, patients seeking immigration medical exams must call to schedule an appointment in advance. This ensures that the provider assigned has adequate time to give the patient their full attention and complete the forms thoroughly and accurately.
Like all patients, candidates for immigration can expect to receive high-quality care, dignity, and respect throughout their immigration medical exam. Upon arrival, the patient registers at the front desk and provides a copy of their passport or other form of photo ID. Once the patient is called back to an exam room, several steps are taken:
Once all steps are complete, the patient’s appointment is concluded. When all results are in, the official documentation is completed.