Dr. Shahid Khan is a US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) designated Civil Surgeon. This means he is able to perform Immigration Medical Examinations for Department of Homeland Security and USCIS (formerly INS). These medical examinations are required for all those who are applying for citizenship, permanent residency, or a green card and can only be conducted by a registered USCIS Designated Civil Surgeon.

We can conduct the entire exam in our office.  After the exam is completed, we will fill out a completed I-693 Form for you to submit to USCIS.

Immunizations given on site include:

  • Tetanus
  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella
  • Hepatitis A & B
  • Chickenpox

Other testing services:

  • TB (Tuberculosis) testing
  • Blood test for STD (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) as per USCIS requirements

Urgent Appointment Available.
Appointments can be made by calling 401-886-9700.

What to Bring to the Exam
Bring the following to your medical exam:

  • Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record
  • Government-issued photo identification, such as a valid passport or driver’s license. If you are 14 years old or younger, bring identification that shows your name, date and place of birth and parent’s full name. Possible forms of identification include your birth certificate (with an English translation) or an affidavit.
  • Vaccination or immunization record (such as DT, DTP, DTaP, Td, Tdap, OPV, IPV, MMR, Hib, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, varicella, pneumococcal influenza, rotavirus and meningococcal disease)
  • Payment (check our office about acceptable forms of payment).

During the Exam
We will test for communicable diseases such as tuberculosis and syphilis. The tuberculosis test is done in two parts. You will have to return to the our office within two to three days to have the results read. The syphilis test is a blood test.

We will also check your records to see if you need any vaccinations.

After the medical exam, the doctor will complete Form I-693 and seal the form in an envelope for you to submit to USCIS. Make sure you get a copy of the completed Form I-693 for your personal records before the doctor seals the envelope. USCIS will not accept the form if the envelope has been opened or altered.

For full details, please go to uscis.gov/i-693.