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Immigration Physical Exams

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What is the Immigration Medical Examination?

An essential step in the immigration process and a must for filing a green card is the Immigration Medical Examination. This process is crucial, wherein the applicant for a green card must seek a civil surgeon who is a licensed physician authorized by the US government to conduct the immigration medical examination. GoodLife Medical Center provides an immigration medical examination for individuals obtaining green card status with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS. Our objective is to offer you a comprehensive health assessment. GoodLife Medical Center’s goal is to give you a worry-free environment per your medical assessment as you work towards getting a green card. We are here every step of the way. 

Why Choose Us?

Dr. Olugbenga Adebanjo is an expert at performing the immigration examination. He and other medical practitioners at GoodLife Medical Center had an in-depth understanding of the immigration system. Our civil surgeons ensure to follow and practice the guidelines set by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS. Together, working hand-in-hand, we will help you achieve your goal of completing the citizenship application requirements. We offer flexible appointment scheduling to tailor your schedule to meet with our civil surgeon. We will be there for you to complete your immigration process.

An Overview of the Process

You must have the following documents and other paperwork to prepare for your first visit: otherwise, you will have a back-and-forth drive.


Before the Visit

To prepare for your first visit, you must have the following documents and other paperwork: Otherwise, you will have a back-and-forth drive.










*to download the form: I-693 form or New Patient Packet.

If you need further assistance, clarifications, or questions, you may contact us via phone at 901-685-1994 or email us anytime at

First Appointment

Preparing your documents ahead of time will help you to have a fast transaction when you visit the office. Here is the checklist for your first appointment that GoodLife Medical Center will collect from you:

  • New Patient Packet

  • Identification

  • Insurance information

  • I-693 form pages

  • Check the immunization record


GoodLife Medical Center will give you a laboratory order for:

  • Tuberculosis

  • Gonorrhea

  • Syphilis

You will be issued a blood work order and directed to the lab at this address: 2120 Exeter Rd., #110, Germantown, TN 38138. Lastly, make a payment using a credit card, cash, money order, or cashier check.


Second Appointment

Your second appointment will happen five to seven business days after your initial visit. This will give you ample time to complete your paperwork. Once the blood test results are normal and the vaccination requirements have been met, GoodLife Medical Center will contact you for your schedule to see the civil surgeon. If there are unusual results, we will contact you for the next steps before seeing the civil surgeon. If you have an interview or your I-693 form must be submitted to immigration by a specific date, please let us know.

Medical Examination

The GoodLife Medical Center’s civil surgeon will conduct a thorough medical examination. The Civil Surgeon will conduct an accurate medical history, physical, and mental evaluation, as well as review laboratory results such as drug tests, alcohol screening, and test results for various diseases and illnesses.


After the medical examination, GoodLife Medical Center will complete the I-693 form signed by the civil surgeon and yours. Once it is completed and ensures that all necessary information in the I-693 form is filled out, the Civil Surgeon will seal the envelope that you will send to Immigration. In addition to this, we will give you a copy of I-693 for your records.


Here at GoodLife Medical Center, we ensure that we are here to support you every step of the way to complete your immigration medical examination. We ensure that you are prepared before visiting us for your first appointment until your actual appointment with a civil surgeon. To know more about immigration medical examinations or other questions or inquiries, you may call us at 901-685-1994 or send us an email at

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