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My wife needs to have a TB test done for the Adjustment of Status. Does anyone know of a Doctor in the Boston area that does this for a low fee. The cheapest I've found so far is $185. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Matt & Libby

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My wife needs to have a TB test done for the Adjustment of Status. Does anyone know of a Doctor in the Boston area that does this for a low fee. The cheapest I've found so far is $185. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Matt & Libby

Did u check with the list of civil surgeons in the Boston area.....or Public health department........185...is too much

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My wife needs to have a TB test done for the Adjustment of Status. Does anyone know of a Doctor in the Boston area that does this for a low fee. The cheapest I've found so far is $185. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Matt & Libby

Did u check with the list of civil surgeons in the Boston area.....or Public health department........185...is too much

$ 185 is too expensive.... call all the civil doctors in your area and ask how much they charged. Mine only charged me $120 in MD BUT I CALLED EVRYONE ON THE LIST .

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My wife needs to have a TB test done for the Adjustment of Status. Does anyone know of a Doctor in the Boston area that does this for a low fee. The cheapest I've found so far is $185. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Call you local county health department..it'll be around 35-50 bucks..not more than that!


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If your wife is on your health insurance, your insurance should pay for this test at your doctor's office. Some travel/health clinics here in MI tell you that your insurance won't pay and you can't get the tests done at the doctor's offices, but they will.

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