Immigration Physicals at Community Care Physicians' Urgent Care Centers

Immigration Physicals


Immigration Physicals

Immigration Physicals for all ages are conducted by physicians at Urgent Care of Latham on an appointment basis.


For non-English-speaking adults, an interpreter will be provided at no charge. Please note that family members are not allowed to interpret.

Dr. Alex Sazon and Dr. Oleksiy Loytra are licensed U.S. civil surgeons performing immigration physicals.

It typically takes 3-5 business days to acquire the lab results. (If a lab titer is low, then you will need to obtain the necessary vaccination. If the Quantiferon Gold blood test is positive, then you will need to obtain a chest x-ray - available at both facilities)

As soon as the file is complete, the civil surgeon will sign the I-693. A sealed envelope will be created containing the I-693 and supporting documentation.


Immigration physicals are by appointment only Tuesday thru Friday noon until 6pm.

Urgent Care Center of Latham


711 Troy-Schenectady Road, Suite 102
Latham, NY 12110

Phone: (518) 383-7770
Fax: 518-782-3816

Immigration physicals by appointment only Tuesday thru Friday noon until 6pm..

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When presenting for an Immigration Physical, bring the following:

  1. Valid government-issued picture ID, even for children (i.e. passport, driver's license, employment authorization, learner's permit, state ID); please note that school IDs do not qualify.
  2. Immunization records, if available (i.e. children's vaccination records); please note: we do not call for records.
  3. Medical records, if relevant (i.e. prior treatment for tuberculosis).
  4. Laboratory studies, if available: Quantiferon Gold test; RPR and Gonorrhea (both not older than 1 year) for ages 15-and-older; measles/mumps/rubella/varicella titers***
  5. Insurance card, if available, for processing lab studies [Quantiferon Gold (TB), RPR, Gonorrhea, MMR/varicella titers]; you will be sent to a lab with a script.
  6. Eyeglasses, if applicable (for eye exam)

***Please inform us whether you have previously had chicken pox (varicella disease). If so, a varicella titer is not needed.



The following are required to complete the I-693 form:

  1. Physical examination [$200] (includes review of health history and brief exam by a physician of external genitalia, a female chaperon will be present for female exams); please bring your eyeglasses!
  2. Tetanus vaccine [$85 for Tdap], not older than 10 years
  3. Quantiferon Gold blood testing for all age groups including children
  4. Chest x-ray [$75] (necessary only when TB test is positive; the x-ray must not be older than 1 year)
  5. Syphilis blood testing (RPR) is required for ages 15-and-older (blood work performed at outside lab; not older than 1 year)
  6. Gonorrhea urine test is required for ages 15-and-older (urine test performed at outside lab; not older than 1 year)
  7. MMR titers ($150) if patient is born in 1957 or later. This is not required if patient has an immunization record of two MMR vaccines.
  8. Varicella titer ($200). This is not required if patient has a history of chicken pox disease or an immunization record of two varicella vaccines.
  9. Flu vaccine (during flu season [October to March]; flu vaccine is $40 or can be obtained at a pharmacy or primary care office)
  10. Pneumococcal vaccine for patients ages 65 years and older - obtainable at primary care office or pharmacy.
  11. Meningococcal vaccine for patients ages 17-20 years old - obtainable at pharmacy for ages 18 and older, or through VFC (public health) for ages below 18 by appointment.
  12. Childhood vaccination records for patients ages 18 years and under.

I-693 Form I-693 Instructions

Upon completion, a signed I-693 form with supporting documentation will be provided in a sealed envelope. This envelope may NOT be opened and is to be submitted to the USCIS as part of the application process. When submitting to USCIS or an attorney, please do not write or place stamps on the sealed envelope (if mailing, please place the sealed envelope in a separate, larger stamped envelope).