Dr. Zatzman does New Zealand, Canada (IRCC), and US immigration medicals.
Dr. Moussadji does Immigration for Canada (IRCC).
Fees for New Zealand, and Canada are:
Medical Exam $200 for adults (15 years of age and over) , Chest x-ray $70, and Blood work $10-20 (No fasting required) .
For under 15 years of age $150 Chest X-ray $70 (11 years old and over).
Our office is eMedical enabled and no photos are needed.
No charge for Refugee Applicants for Canada, but please bring your Refugee Papers for confirmation of status.
Please bring your IRCC registration paper for Canadian applicants
Please bring your NZER ID registration paper for New Zealand applicants.
Fees for US immigration are:
Medical Exam $350 for adults (15 years of age and over) chest x-ray $70, and blood work/urine $20
For under 15 years old $225 (no Chest x-ray/blood work necessary).
Your payment can be in Debit/Credit card or cash.
Please bring your Government ID (Passport preferred), IRCC forms (in paper format) and a list of any medications you take and a detailed medical history of any disorders you may have now or in the past.
What to Bring
(For applicants turned away by US Border
Services or non VISA requirements, please go to the bottom for further information)
1. Appointment letter (in paper format) or other instructions that you received from the U.S. Government or your legal adviser that show your alien/case number/MTL number.
2. If registered on eMedical online with DS-260 form, you do not need to bring any photos.
No photos are needed. We take your picture here.
3. All your immunization information. (unless Waiver or Consulate interview from Toronto)
The US Consulate site does not specify Immunizations by age group, so please use our site to determine what you may need.
Failure to have all necessary immunizations prior to your visit may result in a delay in receiving your immigration package. COVID-19 vaccination is now a requirement. You must show full vaccination to be eligible to obtain Green Card to the US.
Please bring any medical documentation detailing your medical history if you have any unusual medical conditions.
The panel Physician will conduct a short physical exam that does NOT include pelvic or a rectal exam.
Women having their period can be examined.
Blood Test and Urine test: (No fasting required)
Applicants 18-24 years will have a blood test for VDRL (syphilis) and a urine test for gonorrhea.
Applicants 25-44 years will have a blood test for VDRL (syphilis).
If you have any history of a sexually transmitted disease, please bring a report from a physician or health department outlining the treatment you received.
Chest X-Ray: (done on the main floor of our Medical building at X-Ray Associates)
Applicants 15 years and older require a chest x-ray.
U.S. Regulations currently effective in Canada state:
“Women who are pregnant are required to have a chest x-ray to immigrate.
Pregnant women will need to provide consent for the chest x-ray.”
Our radiologist will provide the lead shielding prescribed to protect your abdominal and pelvic regions.
We are unable to exempt anyone from these regulations.
Anyone with past abnormalities on chest x-ray should bring old films with them to the appointment.
Waiver applicants need to bring their Waiver letter that states their case number and criminal record.
NIV applicants need to bring their US Consulate letter which details the reason for the exam.
For applicants turned away by US Border Services:
I-275 FORM or interview letter from Border Services which would detail the reason why they were turned away.
The following would be reasons why you have been denied entry to the US:
1. Psychiatric history- Bring medical records from your Family Doctor and/or Psychiatrist along with any Hospital records. You must be stable for the past 12 months to be eligible to enter the US.
2. Criminal record- Bring any Police/Court documents you have
3. Alcohol/Drug history- Bring any medical records detailing alcohol/drug use and any rehab notes as well as drug testing over the past 12 months to prove you have been drug free
This assessment requires full records detailing whichever problem occurred. Police, court records, medical reports, anything else pertaining to the reason.
The fee is $500 for this assessment. Also bring your passport. No photos are needed.
The applicant should have a letter from US Border Services detailing the reason they were turned away.
No immunization records required. CXR and Blood work only for NIV cases.
Please note: US Government requires one year proof of being drug free to be eligible to travel to the US.
If this is not available, then the only option would be to apply for a waiver, done through the US Consulate.