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Please bring the following items with you on the day of your examination for each applicant:

  • Passport (we will make a copy, and immediately return the original to you)
  • INS Form I-693 (please complete the top section of all forms)
  • Supplemental Form To I-693 (Adjustment of Status Applicant's Documentation of Immunization)
  • A list of current medications
  • Immunization records for each family member seeking entry. This is especially important for pre-school and school-age children.  You may not have these for each family member, but a more complete record means fewer vaccinations.

The following are not mandatory but may save you time and money:

  • Any prior blood test results for: syphilis (RPR test), or measles (rubeola), rubella (German measles), mumps, or varicella (chickenpox).
  • Any TB skin test results or chest x-ray reports


INS Forms and Vaccine Requirements Table:


I-693 Supplemental Form

INS Vaccine Requirements Table


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