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Your Trusted Partner for USCIS-Required Immigration Physicals 

At Aloha Aesthetics MD, we specialize in providing comprehensive immigration physical services, also called the Green Card Medical Examination. These must be completed by a designated USCIS civil surgeon.

Dr. Desmond Foo is a designated USCIS civil surgeon certified to perform your I-693 immigration physical. He boasts a track record of no rejections or delays from the USCIS, due to his attention to detail. 

A green card holder immigrant from Canada himself, he knows EXACTLY the high-stakes nature of this exam.

Join the many who have successfully navigated their immigration medical requirements with Aloha Aesthetics MD

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USCIS-Compliant Immigration Medical Examinations:

Our examinations are thorough, respectful, and fully compliant with the latest guidelines from USCIS and CDC, performed by a doctor authorized by the government:

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Free Japanese Translation Services

We understand the importance of clear communication. That’s why we offer complimentary Japanese translation services to ensure you’re fully informed every step of the way in your Immigration Health Screening.

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Convenient and Comfortable Location

Situated in Waikiki, our clinic is not only easy to access but also provides a comfortable setting for your medical examination.

What to Expect During Your Visit

Preparing for Your Appointment

Our immigration medical examination includes:

  • Complete Physical Examination

  • Review of Medical History

  • Vaccination Status Assessment

  • Laboratory Tests as Required by USCIS

  • Detailed Documentation as Per USCIS Specifications

Contact Us

Schedule your appointment today and take the next step in your immigration journey with confidence. Reach out to us at:

To ensure a smooth and efficient visit, please bring the following:

  • Any health records that you may have available.

  • USCIS request for physical exam. Otherwise, ensure that your lawyer has requested you to have this exam performed.

  • Any and all vaccination records (including influenza/COVID-19 vaccination)

  • Documentation to establish identity including but not limited to State Driver's License, Passport or EAD

  • Marriage certificate, if this is the grounds for immigration

  • I-693 form, with filled pages 1-3, but not signed, if desired.

  • Depending on the information provided, additional vaccinations, laboratory testing, imaging and or referrals may need to be made that are not included in the visit fee, though we will help in co-ordinating these. Per USCIS guidelines the required lab studies must be ordered by the examining civil surgeon.  Please do NOT have labs done prior to the exam.

If you’d like more information about our features, get in touch today.

Q&A

How do I prepare for the visit?

To reduce the chances that your medical exam will delay your immigration proceeding, make sure to find a civil surgeon approved by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Try not to be nervous; remember that you have the right to pursue a waiver in the event of not passing.

 What does the doctor look for?

The physician will check for infectious diseases, addiction, and mental or physical conditions that could pose a danger to others or prevent self-care. The exam includes tuberculosis testing, vaccination review, blood and urine tests, and a discussion on your medications, along with any history of drug or alcohol issues.

What is the cost of the immigration medical examination?

Please contact us directly for detailed pricing information.

What are other resources for the immigration physical exam?

Do I need TB Testing for Immigration or additional vaccinations?

We can provide guidance and assistance in obtaining any required vaccinations.

When should I start my immigration physical exam?

You have the flexibility to schedule your appointment up to 60 days before submitting your application packet, with forms being valid for up to two years. Alternatively, you can schedule your examination after filing your initial application and either bring the results to your interview or submit them separately to the USCIS.

What can potentially cause rejections?

Certain factors may affect your green card application's success with the USCIS. Public health risks like untreated or ongoing treatment for gonorrhea, tuberculosis, and syphilis need to be addressed before approval. Drug or alcohol abuse history might necessitate regular testing or evidence of treatment, with active abuse likely leading to application rejection.

Mental health issues that could endanger others, including a history of violence or DUI, could also result in denial. Conditions preventing self-support may hinder your ability to obtain a green card, as the USCIS aims to prevent new residents from relying on welfare.

Our clinic conducts immigration medical exams for those seeking to adjust their status or become permanent U.S. residents. These exams are carried out by civil surgeons following the CDC's Technical Instructions for Medical Examinations of Aliens in the U.S., ensuring compliance with health requirements.

How long will the examination take?

The examination typically takes at least 2 visits, 1 hour each, but this can vary based on individual circumstances.

Can I bring a family member or friend to my appointment?

Yes, you are welcome to bring someone with you for support during your visit.

Where can I find Immigration Physical Exam near me? 

Please call us at (808)302-1425 so we can assist you!

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