USCIS Update – Tips for Employment-based Adjustment Applicants and the Medical Examination
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USCIS Update – Tips for Employment-based Adjustment Applicants and the Medical Examination

On July 14, 2022, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), released some helpful tips for employment-based adjustment applicants and the USCIS Form I-693 Medical Examination. The following are some Do’s and Dont’s for your Form I-693 Medical Examination from USCIS.

What happens after I file Form I-485 Adjustment of Status?
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What happens after I file Form I-485 Adjustment of Status?

If you are lawfully in the United States, you may qualify to file USCIS Form I-485 for adjustment of status. After you file USCIS Form I-485 for Adjustment of Status, there are several things to keep in mind while you wait for your final interview. It is important to keep copies of any submissions and I-797 notices for your records and to respond in a timely manner to any USCIS requests. We review the adjustment of the status process and what to expect below.

How do I find a doctor to perform my immigration medical exam and what should I expect?
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How do I find a doctor to perform my immigration medical exam and what should I expect?

Depending on your type of immigration case, you may be required to obtain a medical examination as part of the immigration process. The medical exam is done by designated medical professionals who complete USCIS Form I-693 as part of the process. We explain the medical examination and who is qualified to perform one here.