Immigration Exams in Delray Beach FL

Medical examinations and vaccinations in the United States are typically required for anyone who applies for lawful permanent resident status. This requirement applies to both adult and child applicants, though Karen F. Kuhns, M.D. will take age into account for purposes of things like deciding which vaccines are necessary.

How long will the exam take?

Your exam will take approximately 30-45 minutes.

What does this test entail?

The doctor will go over your medical history and determine what vaccinations and tests are required. Please bring a copy of your vaccination record and photo identification with you.

On the day of your visit, we will schedule a follow-up appointment for you to come back and have your TB test read by the doctor. You must be available to return within 48-72 hours for this appointment. If you do not do so, we will be required to repeat the TB skin test. If your TB skin test is positive, a chest x-ray is required and you will be referred to an X-ray facility. X-rays are not performed in this office and this is not included as part of the routine exam. Once all results are received, you will be given your I-693 form in a sealed envelope as required by USCIS and you will also receive a copy of the I-693 form for your own records.


Physical Exam

(includes exam, TB skin test and reading, blood/urine test for syphilis and gonorrhea)


Physical Exam (under age 15)

(includes exam, TB skin test, and reading)


Immunization costs
Your need for specific immunizations will be determined by the doctor at the time of the visit

Tdap: $65

Menveo: $150

MMR: $100

Polio: $40

Influenza: $30

Zostavax: $300

Gardasil: $250

Chickenpox: $160

Hepatitis B: $80

Hepatitis A: $80

Pneumovax: $110


Optional Lab Testing
Can replace the immunization IF the results are positive

Measles/Mumps/Rubella IGG titer panel


Varicella (Chickenpox) IGG Titer


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