Our schedule is from Monday to Friday from 6:00 a.m. 11:00 am. There is no limit of patients that are accepted per day, so any patient who shows up during the indicated time will be received and examined.
- Applicants 15 or older will have to show up 1 or 2 business days prior to their appointment with the U.S. Consulate.
- Applicants between the ages of 2 and 14 years old will have to show up 2 business days prior to their appointment with the U.S. Consulate.
- Applicants between 0 and 23 months old will have to show up 1 or 2 business days prior to their appointment with the U.S. Consulate.
Your medical examination doesn’t require fasting or diet of any kind. You can eat normally, but in moderation.
Don’t stop any medications you are currently taking. Remember to bring your prescription or medications the day of the exam.
No, it will not affect or impair the results.
The cost varies in each case, depending on the vaccinations required by the applicant. For your peace of mind and security we recommend using a credit card to pay.
The clinic performs medical examinations from Monday to Friday only.
For applicants 15 years or older and children 0 – 23 months, the test results are usually delivered the same day, in other cases we will tell you the delivery date.
For applicants between 2 and 14 years the delivery may take up to 24 hours.
- Appointment letter issued by the U.S. Consulate.
-Appointment confirmation, which you may get once you register on the U.S. Consulate website: ImmigrantVisas.state.gov Remember to print the appointment confirmation and bring it to your medical examination.
- Current mexican or origin country passport.
- Immunization record (only if you have one).
- If you are or were in medical treatment for a specific disease, you must bring the medical report that includes the diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.
- It’s not necessary to stop any medication you are currently taking.
The process will not be affected in any way.
For your safety we recommend that you don’t make a line in the early morning hours. Remember that any applicant who shows up within the specified time (6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.) will be received and examined.
Yes, we accept credit and debit cards.
No, avoid unnecessary expenses and setbacks. You should always come back to the clinic in which your first examination was performed. Please have a proof of your previous examination.
- Please follow the same instructions of your first visit for your next medical examination.
- Please follow the instructions given by the U.S. Consulate.
- Check that you next interview is already approved in your appointment and confirmation letter.
-Please have a proof of your previous examination.
For more information, call +52 (656) 227-28-00 or send your questions via email to:
It’s very important that you attach all the records related to arrests and deportations. Don’t forget to bring those reports the day of your exam.
Upon review of the immunization record, we can only accept records legally issued.
Usually you should come and pick them up. Only in some specific cases the results will be sent to the Consulate. When this happens we will notify you directly.
Yes, at least one parent or legal guardian must show up to authorize the medical examination. In case you can’t accompany your child, you will be able to send him/her with an adult who has been previously granted power through a notarized letter to sign the authorization for the medical examination.
In the case of minors who are legally married, you must present the marriage certificate.
You don’t need to bring photos; they are included in your examination.