In order to apply for a U.S. green card (lawful permanent residence), you must undergo a medical examination. The purpose behind the examination is to ensure that you are admissible to the U.S. on public health grounds.
However, you cannot simply undergo a medical examination with your regular doctor. Instead, a civil surgeon who has been specially designated by the relevant immigration authorities must perform the required exam. The civil surgeons who are qualified to perform green card medical examinations receive special, ongoing training about immigration issues. WOHA’s Civil Surgeons will perform your exam, review paperwork and put together a packet needed for USCIS and a copy for your records.
1140 19th St. NW
Washington, DC 20036Phone:
Our DC Clinic is open from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
What you need to bring to your exam:
- Current vaccination record.
- If you have ever had a positive Tuberculosis Test (PPD – Purified Protein Derivative) and
treatment, you will need to provide a letter from your doctor detailing your treatment.
- If you have ever tested positive for syphilis, you must provide a letter from your doctor detailing your treatment.
- If you have ever been treated or hospitalized for mental illness or substance abuse, you will need to provide records including the diagnosis and treatment details.
- A list of any prescription medications you are taking.
- We accept cash, checks, credit cards
- Complete form to the right for competitive pricing
- Starting as low as $325
*Insurance not accepted, please speak with your employer about reimbursement.