Medical Exam

Necessary for the residency visa application

Exam Steps

Understand the process of your medical exam for the residence visa

We are an international medical clinic that offers Consular Medical Examinations in the best facilities and with the best service, friendly and warm. All SMF staff is constantly trained to ensure our top-quality service.

Before the appointment:

The date of your interview appointment is indicated in the letter you received from the National Visa Center or the Consular Application Center (CAS). IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to have the complete medical examination results in hand BEFORE YOUR CONSULATE APPOINTMENT. We therefore suggest scheduling your medical examination appointment one or two days in advance.

Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by one of their parents or the sponsor. If neither parent nor the sponsor can attend, they must send a notarized power of attorney with the seal and signature of the notary.

In accordance with the instructions of the United States Consulate in Ciudad Juárez and in accordance with preventive measures to control risks, during your consular appointment, your companions can wait comfortably in the areas we have prepared for them, either in the clinic facilities or in our ABE (Welcome and Waiting Area), located next to the Consulate.


It is important to be truthful and provide complete and accurate information during the visa application and interview process. If you do not, your visa application may be delayed or you may be found ineligible for a visa that may otherwise have been approved.

Requirements to request an appointment:

NVC appointment letter, all pages with the names of each applicant.
A photograph is not required for your medical examination, we will provide it to you free of charge.

Requirements for your medical examination:

  • Appointment letter issued by the Consulate, all pages with the names of each applicant (Immigrant Visa).
  • ORIGINAL valid passport.
  • Vaccination record and/or vaccination certificate issued by an authorized health institution.
COVID-19 Vaccine
If you have your vaccination certificate or vaccination records, bring them with you on the day of your exam. If you do not have them, do not worry, you will still be able to complete your immigration medical examination without any problems.

Important information depending on age:

Over 15 years old

  • We advise you to schedule your appointment at least 2 business days before your consular appointment.
  • You can have a light breakfast before the medical examination, such as juice, yogurt, or fruit (a small cup of fruit).
  • If you are taking medication or undergoing medical treatment, you must bring a letter from your doctor, your medication, and your prescription(s).
  • The results of your examination will be ready on the same day and will be sent directly to the Consulate electronically. We will let you know when to pick up the VOUCHER from the clinic. This is a required document for your consular appointment.

Stages of the medical examination:

  • Chest x-ray
  • Blood sample
  • Urine sample
  • Physical exploration
  • Vaccination
  • Possible complementary review (no additional cost)
  • Cost before taxes.
  • This amount only includes necessary clinical examinations.
  • The cost of the vaccines is separate from the cost of your medical examination.
  • You can pay by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or American Express), debit card (Visa or MasterCard), or cash (pesos or dollars).

FREE Transport

We will pick you up at your arrival to Ciudad Juárez and/or your place of lodging from 6am to 11am and back.