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Good afternoon everyone,

 

I filled my AOS without the medical I-693 (will have do it soon) and was wondering how much the USCIS doctors are charging for their services around the US. --- I only saw old posts about this so I decided to start this one. -- I believe this can help a lot o people have an idea of how much they will spend.

 

P.S if anyone from Kansas City have recommendations I'd really appreciate it.

 

Thanks everyone! 

 

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I got my shots done through my health insurance (flu and dtap) which cost me $15 co-pay. At the same time they did blood tests to verify I had MMR, Varicella etc. and I asked for a print out.

 

So, the civil surgeon only had to do the pee tests and tb TST for me. I went to uscisdoctor.com in Sunnyvale CA and they charged me $180 for this.


Spousal I-130 + I-485 adjustment from non-immigrant E-2 visa.

 

Sent USPS Priority Mail: 10/13/2017

Received (USPS tracking): 10/16/2017

Received by USCIS / Priority date: 10/17/2017

NOA1 Text/Emails: 10/25/2017

NOA1 Received by Mail: 10/30/2017

Biometrics Appt Notice by Mail: 11/3/2017

Biometrics Appt: 11/15/2017

Interview Appt Notice by Mail: 1/8/2018

I-485 Case Status Updated Online to 'Interview is Scheduled': 1/9/2018

Interview Appt: 2/7/2018

'Further Review' indicated after Interview: 2/7/2018

I-131 Case Status Updated Online to 'Case Was Approved': 2/8/2018

I-765 Case Status Updated Online to 'Card Was Mailed To Me': 2/8/2018

I-485 Case Status Updated Online to 'New Card Is Being Produced': 2/8/2018 (!!)

I-797 (Approval) for I-131 + I-765 Received by Mail: 2/9/2018

EAD/AP Combo Card Received by Mail: 2/10/2018

I-485 Case Status Updated Online to 'Card Was Mailed To Me': 2/13/2018

US Permanent Resident Card Received by Mail: 2/16/2018

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I called all the doctors in town to find the best price. My health insurance covers my flu shot and TDAP through Walgreens (no co-pay). I ended up paying $150 for the medical exam and $25 for co-pay to get all the tests (TB, gonorrhea, and syphilis) and remaining vaccinations (HEP A, Hep B, and MMR) covered by my health insurance. 


Aug 2011 - Arrived on F1 visa

09/06/2015 Started exchanging messages

10/13/2015 We met in person

07/01/2017 We got engaged!

10/31/2017 We got married!

11/08/2017 AOS Package (I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131) sent via USPS - Chicago Lockbox

                      (Priority Mail - USPS autocorrected zipcode to 60680-4187)

11/12/2017 Package delivered (Delayed due to USPS mistakenly took it to 60624 and Veteran's Day) 

11/13/2017 Received Date (Priority Date)

11/21/2017 Received 4 e-mails & 4 text notifications (01:30 AM EST); checks cashed

11/28/2017 Received 4 NOA1 hard copies

12/09/2017 Received Biometrics Appointment Letter (for i-485 and i-765)

12/21/2017 Biometrics Appointment

01/08/2018 **I-765 and I-131 Approved** (61 days)

01/16/2018 %%Received combo card%% (tracking shows USCIS sent it on Jan 11 from MO, then Jan 15 USPS closed for MLK day) 

01/20/2018 Received approval letters for EAD and AP

09/20/2018 Received text 'Interview was scheduled' and interview notice will be mailed

09/27/2018 Received Interview notice by mail

10/25/2018 Interview day

 

 

Side note: I turned my maiden name into second middle name. In the combo card, my given name is First Firstmiddleinitial, however on the back of the card, they attempted to list my second middle name. 

 

My application package:

 

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Here in Kansas City-MO I ended up going to Dr. Isaac Opole, the consultation was 175, plus 80 for the TB and sifilis test (done there at the clinic) and a urine test (gonoreah and clamydia) done at Quest diagnostics they used my health insurance for that $16 co-pay (the total invoice was $103). 

 

Total cost for medical was $268

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