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Introdução

Dr Jolly e Dr Gunoy são médicos designados pelo Serviços de Imigração dos EUA. Eles realizam o exame médico para pedidos de visto e imigração. Leia esta informação antes de marcar uma consulta usando o .

A visita médica é um exame médico obrigatório exigido pelos serviços de imigração dos EUA. Consiste em um exame físico e exame do seu histórico médico. Veja, abaixo, o que você deve fazer antes da visita médica. O exame ocorre em nosso consultório, a rue de la Pompe, 7, 75116, Paris. Tel: 01 45 24 69 50. Metro: La Muette (a cerca de 3 minutos). Demora cerca de 30 minutos.

Em geral, podemos providenciar uma consulta dentro de uma quinzena. Utilizamos o serviço de reserva online IVMIS (veja aqui). Às vezes, podemos estar reservados por várias semanas, por isso é sempre melhor realizar a sua reserva o mais rápido possível. Para consultas urgentes, você deve nos escrever no nosso endereço de e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Para ver como realizar a visita médica e os exames necessários em um dia, vá para o final da página. Se você estiver viajando de Portugal para a entrevista de visto na quarta-feira, deverá chegar a Paris na segunda-feira à noite e marcar sua consulta médica e radiografia de tórax (ANTES a visita) para a terça-feira.

Preparação para o exame médico

Você deve ir ao nosso centro de radiologia e laboratórios designados - caso contrário, seu histórico médico não será validado. Os resultados de outros centros não serão aceitos.

1. Atualizar vacinas

Você deve consultar o seu médico de família o mais rápido possível para atualizar suas vacinas de acordo com a nossa lista de vacinas aqui (diretrizes dos EUA):

Um adulto com 19 anos ou mais, siga este link para .

Para listas de vacinações específicas por idade para menores de 19 anos, leia as tabelas em inglês aqui :

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Uma criança menor de 19 anos, siga este link para Vacinação infantil.

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2. Marcar consulta de raio-x

Se tiver 15 anos ou mais, você deve marcar uma consulta para uma radiografia de tórax por pelo menos uma hora NTES sua consulta médica em nosso centro designado.

Imagerie Médicale Leonard de Vinci, 43, rue Cortambert, 75016 Paris

- Reserva por telefone em 01 53 65 53 11 (para radiografia de tórax nos EUA) ou 01 47 04 44 20,

- Reserva pela Internet, usando o site de marcação de consultas Doctolib - "Centro de Imagem Médica Leonard de Vinci" e selecionando:

'le lieu' (Local): center Cortambert, 'la catégorie' (categoria): pombos para visto (pulmões para vistos), 'le practiceien': pas de preferência (sem preferência)

Observe que, se várias pessoas vierem em família, marque apenas uma consulta. (Custo de cerca de 50 € em 2019).

O resultado será fornecido a você em um disco do computador e também será enviado eletronicamente ao médico.

Se você estiver grávida ou suspeitar que possa estar grávida, o médico discutirá a radiografia torácica com você durante a visita e você será solicitado a assinar um termo de consentimento. Não faça radiografia de tórax antes da visita

3. Testes laboratoriasis

Você deve realizar testes laboratoriais ANTES a visita médica para sífilis e gonorréia (caso tenha idade igual ou superior a 15 anos) apenas em um destes centros: Laboratoire Clément ou Bio-Path. Você não precisa estar em jejum para os exames de sangue, mas não deve urinar por 2 horas antes do exame de urina. Nesses laboratórios, você não precisa fazer uma consulta ou trazer uma receita. Você deve trazer seu passaporte e pagar seus testes diretamente.

 

Laboratoire Unilabs EYLAU,1-3 rue Nicolo, 75016 Paris, Tel: 00 331 53 92 20 20.

Aberto: de segunda a sexta-feira das 07:00h às 19:00h e sábado das 08:00h às 12:30h.

 

Você deve chegar lá antes das 08:30h para que seus resultados sejam enviados por fax para o Dr. Jolly ou Dr Gunoy até às 17:00 no mesmo dia (30 euros para os testes de sífilis e gonorréia).

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Laboratoire Clément,17 avenue Eylau, 75016 Paris (Metro Trocadero), Tel: 00 331 56 90 33 33. 

Aberto: de segunda a sexta-feira das 07:00h às 19:00h e sábado das 08:00h às 13:00h.

Você deve chegar lá antes das 11:00h para que seus resultados sejam enviados por fax para o Dr. Jolly ou Dr Gunoy até às 15:00 no mesmo dia (30 euros para os testes de sífilis e gonorréia).

Se você já teve alguma condenação relacionadas ao uso de drogas ou álcool, não realize testes laboratoriais para sífilis e gonorréia antes da visita médica, mas sim escreva ao médico para nos informar antes da visita, escreva para This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Para facilitar a sua visita ao médico, no entanto, tente fazer os exames de raio-X e laboratoriais o mais rápido possível. Isso nos permitirá ver os resultados com antecedência e identificar possíveis problemas.


Vacinas

Sou um adulto de 19 anos ou mais. Quais vacinas eu preciso?

  1. Difteria, tétano, tosse convulsa e poliomielite
    Você deveria ter tido a vacinação primária tripla com DTaP e Polio. Você também deverá ter tido um reforço DT (difteria e tétano) nos últimos 10 anos. Se você nunca teve uma vacina pertussis (tosse convulsa), você necessitará realizar agora a vacinação combinada de DTap e Polio. A vacina contra tosse Whooping individual já não existe mais.
    Informações importantes sobre a vacinação contra a pólio-devido à presença de vírus da pólio selvagem em determinados países, a autoridade de imigração dos Estados Unidos exige agora um Booster de vacinação contra a pólio nas últimas 4-52 semanas, se você viver ou tiver passado mais de 4 semanas em Papua Nova Guiné, Indonésia, Mianmar, Somália, Paquistão, Afeganistão e Nigéria.
  2. Sarampo, caxumba e rubéola
    Se você nasceu em 1957 ou mais tarde, você deverá ter tido uma dose de MMR. Se você não tem uma prova escrita de vacinação, você pode obter a vacinação de MMR, ou, obter um exame de sangue para mostrar imunidade a todas as três infecções (níveis de sorologia). Se os resultados do seu sangue apenas mostram imunidade a uma ou duas das 3 infecções, você precisará de uma vacinação MMR completa. Não existem vacinas individuais contra as 3 infecções. NB: você não será obrigado a tomar a vacina MMR se estiver grávida, pois é uma vacina viva.
  3. Varicela (varíola)
    Se você nunca teve varíola, você precisará iniciar um curso de 2 vacinas, com 1 ano de intervalo, ou realizar um exame de sangue para ver se você é imune.
    Você não precisará de vacinação se você teve varíola quando criança (ou adulto). Não precisamos de uma prova escrita de você ter tido a doença.
    NB: Você não será obrigado a tomar a vacina Varicela se estiver grávida, pois é uma vacina viva.
  4. Vacina anual contra influenza sazonal
    Apenas disponível / exigido se a consulta de visto ocorrer durante a temporada de gripe (Normalmente de Setembro até o início de Fevereiro). Se ainda estiver disponível nas farmácias no momento da visita médica, você deve ser vacinado. Verifique com seu farmacêutico local. 2020 A vacina contra influenza sazonal está disponível na França a partir de 13 de outubro.
  5. Pneumococo
    A vacinação pneumocócica é necessária a partir dos 65 anos de idade. Para aqueles que nunca tiveram a vacinação, o Centro Americano de Controle de Doenças (CDC) recomendou uma dose inicial de P13 seguida de, pelo menos um ano depois, por PPSV23.

Perguntas frequentes

Quem deve realizar minhas vacinas?

Por favor, consulte seu médico de família com antecedência para obter vacinas. Seu filho pode ver um pediatra. Imprima este documento para mostrar a ele / ela. É importante saber que: TODAS as imunizações são necessárias para a imigração dos EUA.

É sua responsabilidade certificar-se de que seu médico entenda que os critérios dele podem ser diferentes dos Estados Unidos, porém, lembre-o de que TODAS as imunizações são necessárias para a imigração dos EUA.

O que posso trazer à visita médica como prova das minhas vacinas?

Você pode trazer seu histórico médico (livro de saúde) (se você tiver um) ou certificados de vacina / cartão assinados de todas as vacinas previamente concluídas. Recibos/comprovantes de vacinação também serão aceitos. Cada vacinação deve ser datada e assinada individualmente pelo médico. Você também pode trazer resultados de teste de sangue para sua imunidade (para sarampo, caxumba e rubéola). Seu médico pode prescrever os exames de sangue, mas tenha em mente que os resultados irão demorar mais de uma semana para ficarem prontos.

E se eu chegar na visita médica e não tiver recebido todas as vacinas?

Se você não está atualizado com suas vacinas quando tiver a sua consulta com o Dr Jolly ou Dr Gunoy, você precisará realizer e pagar um novo agendamento para receber as vacinas. Tenha em mente que, para esse segundo agendamento, podemos não termos dias/horários disponíveis antes do seu compromisso da Embaixada dos EUA.

E se eu recusar certas vacinas?

Dr Jolly e Dr Gunoy não irão obrigá-lo a tomar certas vacinas se não estiver interessado nelas, ou se quiser entrar em contato com os Serviços de Cidadania e Imigração dos EUA (ver website) para obter informações de isenção (www.uscis.gov). Os candidatos devem ser vacinados até a data com os requisitos do CDC americano para que possam requerer o visto.


A visita médica

Você realizou um agendamento?

O que levar ao exame médico (para cada candidato)?

  1. Um passaporte válido
  2. O número do seu processo / agendamento com a Embaixada
  3. Certificados de vacinação concluídos (ou resultados de sorologia) de acordo com as diretrizes americanas do CDC.
  4. CD de computador de raio-x de tórax (se completado) do centro de radiologia EIFFEL Levallois-Perret.
  5. Informações sobre o seu estado médico (histórico médico), passado e presente (prescrições, detalhes de doença grave ou cirurgia).
  6. Pagamento pela visita médica - dinheiro, cheque, cartão bancário.

Após a visita

Quando recebo o arquivo médico completo?

Se você completar os exames e as vacinas necessários antes da visita do médico, você receberá seu arquivo completo imediatamente. Se você quiser voltar para o consultório do médico 24 horas após a consulta do médico, em uma visita curta de apenas 5 minutos, poderemos enviar os resultados diretamente para a Embaixada. Se você optar por não coletar o arquivo médico, traga um envelope Chronopost de 2kg (envelope 28 euros) para enviar resultados para a Embaixada.

Quanto tempo o arquivo médico completo permanece válido?

Seis meses se o exame for normal. Se você não recebeu seu visto no final de seis meses, você será obrigado a repetir e pagar a visita médica, exames de laboratório e radiografia de tórax.




Fazendo um agendamento

Usamos um serviço de reservas na Internet para agendar as consultas.

Use este link para Marcar uma consulta em inglês - Marcar uma consulta em francês

  1. Responda todas as perguntas e selecione um intervalo para a consulta. As consulta ocorrem apenas de hora em meia hora, por exemplo, 10:00 da manhã, 10h30 às 11h00.
  2. Você chegará a uma página com um sinal rosa dizendo "Sua consulta ainda não foi criada! Por favor, reveja as informações abaixo e clique em "Criar nomeação" para criar seu compromisso". Verifique se todas as informações da página estão corretas e, em seguida, clique em Criar compromisso na parte inferior da página.
  3. Verificaremos suas informações e enviaremos um número de nomeação. Por favor, note que às vezes o e-mail de confirmação pode chegar na sua pasta de spam. Importante: se você não receber uma confirmação. Você deve começar de novo.

Não há compromissos disponíveis antes da minha visita à Embaixada dos EUA. O que posso fazer?

Lembre-se de que o serviço de imigração sempre o verá sem um arquivo médico preenchido. Você pode escrever para This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Como cancelo ou mudo meu compromisso médico?

Você deve cancelar, verificar ou alterar seu compromisso usando o seguinte link: . No caso de cancelamento de último minuto (menos de 48 horas antes da consulta), você poderá ser solicitado a pagar uma taxa de cancelamento.

O que devo fazer se já tive condenações relacionadas ao álcool ou drogas?

Você deve informar o médico enviando um email para: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Neste caso, você deve realizar a radiografia de tórax antes da visita médica, mas não os testes para sífilis ou gonorréia, pois o médico irá prescrever testes específicos para você durante a sua consulta médica.

Se você tiver alguma outra dúvida, escreva para This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Como fazer os exames médicos nos EUA e visitar tudo em um dia

Se você estiver viajando de Portugal para a entrevista de visto na quarta-feira, deverá chegar a Paris na segunda-feira à noite e marcar sua consulta médica e radiografia de tórax (ANTES a visita) para a terça-feira.

1. Visita médica - 7 rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris. Marque uma consulta médica com vários dias de antecedência. O ideal é marcar uma consulta à tarde para que você possa fazer radiografia de tórax e exames laboratoriais pela manhã

2. Radiografia de tórax - Marque uma consulta matinal ANTES da sua visita médica. Centre D’Imagerie Vinci, 43, rue Cortambert, 75016 Paris, Tel: 00 331 53 65 53 11 o site de marcação de consultas Doctolib e selecionando: 'le lieu' (Local): center Cortambert, 'la catégorie' (categoria): pombos para visto (pulmões para vistos), 'le practiceien': pas de preferência (sem preferência). O disco do computador é entregue a você. 

3. Testes laboratoriasis - Você deve chegar lá antes das 11h00 Laboratoire Clémént,17, avenue d’Elyau, 75016 Paris, 01 56 90 33 33 para que seus resultados sejam enviados por fax para o Dr. Jolly ou Dr Gunoy até às 15:00 no mesmo dia 

Para mais informações

Site do serviço de imigração dos EUA:

EUA Imigração

Introdução

NOVAS DIRETRIZES SIMPLES PARA A PREPARAÇÃO PARA O EXAME MÉDICO 2022

Médicos designados pelos serviços dos Estados Unidos, Doutor Jolly e Doutor Gunoy, realizam os exames médicos exigidos pelos serviços de Imigração dos Estados Unidos como parte de um pedido de visto e/ou imigração. Esperamos que seu exame médico seja o mais fácil e sem estresse possível.

O exame médico é um exame obrigatório solicitado pelos serviços de imigração americanos que envolve um check-up físico e o exame de seu histórico médico. O exame de 30 minutos ocorre em nosso consultório em 7 rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris. A estação de metrô mais próxima é La Muette, a 3 minutos a pé. Dependendo da sua idade, o exame será seguido por uma radiografia de tórax (15+) e exames laboratoriais (18-44) em nossos centros designados a 5 minutos de distância (veja abaixo).

Como marcar uma consulta:
• Use este link do site de reservas francês: https://www.doctolib.fr/medecin-generaliste/paris-75116/gunita-jolly-paul
• Telefone para nosso escritório em 0145 24 69 50 informando seu nome, data de nascimento, número de telefone e, se possível, seu número de arquivo nos EUA começando com PRS
• Para agendamentos urgentes, você deve escrever para nosso endereço de e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

• Por favor, envie-nos o seu número PRS se você for visto K, NIV ou Diversity. Ou entregá-lo à secretária quando você reservar ou enviá-lo por e-mail.
É muito importante ser vacinado de acordo com os regulamentos dos EUA. Você pode começar a atualizar suas vacinas o mais rápido possível. Isso é explicado abaixo.
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O que você deve fazer antes da consulta médica
1. ATUALIZE SUAS VACINAS COM SEU MÉDICO DE FAMÍLIA
Precisaremos ver a prova de 2 datas de vacinação COVID-19 (não apenas o certificado final) se você pertencer a uma faixa etária elegível. . Ambas as datas são importantes (ou apenas 1 no caso de Janssen). Você deve consultar seu médico de família o mais rápido possível para atualizar suas vacinas de acordo com nossa lista de vacinas abaixo (seguindo as diretrizes dos EUA):

Sou um adulto de 19 anos ou mais. Quais vacinas eu preciso?

Por favor, não nos escreva perguntando se existem outras, pois esta lista contém todas as vacinas que você precisa como adulto:

Traga a sua vacina ou boletim de saúde para a consulta médica (se não for possível, outra prova escrita de vacinação durante a infância). Caso contrário, solicite ao seu médico um atestado de vacinas abaixo com seu nome e data de nascimento, assinatura e carimbo dele.

1. Covid-19 Trazer 2 papéis impressos com as 2 datas de vacinação contra a Covid 19. Não aceita QR code. Seu arquivo será bloqueado sem comprovação das 2 datas.

2. Difteria, Tétano, Coqueluche e Poliomielite Para fazer se não houver recall por 10 anos.

Você teve que ser vacinado contra a poliomielite nas últimas 4-52 semanas se você vive ou passou mais de 4 semanas no Afeganistão, Benin, Burkina Faso, Camarões, República Centro-Africana, Chade, República Democrática do Congo, Djibuti, Egito, Etiópia, Gâmbia, Guiné, Guiné-Bissau, Irã, Libéria, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritânia, Moçambique, Níger, Nigéria, Paquistão, República do Congo, Senegal, Serra Leoa, Somália, Sudão do Sul, Tadjiquistão, Uganda, Ucrânia e Iémen.

3. Rubéola, Caxumba, Sarampo (MMR) Vacina contra-indicada em caso de gravidez Para fazer se você nasceu depois de 1957. Se não tiver o comprovante de vacinação por escrito, você deve se vacinar.Se preferir, faça um exame de sangue para saber se você está imune às 3 doenças. Peça uma receita ao seu médico. Se você está imunizado apenas contra 1 ou 2 dessas doenças, deve ser vacinado novamente com MMR. Não existem vacinas individuais. Uma história de doença MMR não é suficiente como prova de imunidade.

4. Varicela Vacina contra-indicada em caso de gravidez Se você nunca teve varicela, deve se vacinar. Se preferir, pode fazer um exame de sangue para ver se está imune. Peça uma receita ao seu médico. Se você não está imune, você deve se vacinar novamente. Uma história de varicela será suficiente apenas se você tiver a data confirmada por um médico.

5. HEPATITE B até 59 anos inclusive. Série de 3 vacinações a serem concluídas após a entrevista, se você não tiver tempo para fazê-las todas.

6. Influenza (gripe sazonal) A vacina é obrigatória durante a temporada de gripe (início de outubro a final de janeiro, desde que a vacina esteja disponível nas farmácias). Verifique a disponibilidade com o seu farmacêutico.

7. Pneumocócica A vacina pneumocócica é obrigatória a partir dos 65 anos. O Centro Americano de Controle de Doenças (CDC) solicita uma primeira vacinação com a vacina pneumocócica PPSV23

Uma criança menor de 19 anos, siga este link para Vacinação Infantil. i :

2. MARQUE UMA RAIO X DE TÓRAX (somente se tiver 15 anos ou mais)
Se tiver 15 anos ou mais, deve marcar uma consulta para uma radiografia de tórax após o seu médico. Só aceitamos radiografias de tórax da clínica designada abaixo. Isso pode ser tão cedo quanto uma hora após sua visita médica. Não faça o raio-x antes do médico.
Imagerie Médicale Léonard de Vinci, 43, rue Cortambert, 75016 Paris
• Reserva por telefone em 01 53 65 53 11 (para radiografia de tórax dos EUA) ou 01 47 04 44 20,
• Reservas pela Internet usam Doctolib "Centre d'imagerie médicale Leonard de Vinci" e selecionando: 'le lieu' (Local): center Cortambert, 'la catégorie' (categoria): visa poumons (visa pulmões), 'le practicien': pas de preferência (sem preferência)
Mulheres grávidas: Você deve marcar uma consulta para uma radiografia de tórax pelo menos uma hora após a visita do seu médico. VOCÊ NÃO PODE IR SEM MARCAÇÃO Marque apenas uma consulta com o Dr. Frédéric Zeitoun ou o Dr. Daniel Szwarc no Centro de Vinci, 43 rue Cortambert, 75116 Paris. No caso de gravidez, o consentimento prévio deve ser assinado com o Dr. Jolly ou o Dr. Gunoy antes do raio-X.

Observe que se várias pessoas vierem em família, faça apenas uma consulta. (Custo cerca de 50€ em 2022). O resultado será dado a você em um disco de computador e também enviado eletronicamente ao médico. Você não precisa levar o resultado ao médico.

Marcar uma consulta diminui o tempo de espera, mas se você não puder marcar uma consulta, o Centro atenderá você em caso de emergência sem uma.
* Se você já teve uma condenação criminal relacionada a drogas ou álcool, o médico é obrigado a prescrever exames específicos para você durante o atendimento médico.
* Se você estiver grávida ou suspeitar que pode estar grávida, o médico discutirá a radiografia de tórax com você durante a consulta e você deverá assinar um formulário de consentimento.
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A visita médica
COVID-19 - Você deve ler e seguir nossas instruções sobre COVID 19 nesta página.
O que levar para o exame médico (para cada candidato)
• Um passaporte válido. Se a embaixada o tiver, peça-nos uma cópia com bastante antecedência. É melhor manter sempre uma cópia do seu passaporte.
• Sua carta de nomeação da Embaixada contendo o número do seu caso
• Visto de imigrante - seu formulário de confirmação DS 260
• Certificados de vacinação completos (ou resultados de sorologia) de acordo com as diretrizes do CDC americano.
• Vacinação COVID 19, 2 datas. Você deve trazer uma versão impressa de cada um dos seus 2 certificados de vacinação Covid ou apenas 1 no caso de Janssen.
• Informações sobre seu estado médico, passado e presente (receitas, detalhes de uma doença grave ou cirurgia).
• Cheque, dinheiro ou cartão de crédito para pagamento de consulta médica.

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Não há compromissos disponíveis antes da minha visita à Embaixada dos EUA. O que eu posso fazer?
Lembre-se de que o serviço de Imigração sempre o atenderá sem um arquivo médico preenchido. Você pode nos escrever em This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Como faço para cancelar ou alterar minha consulta médica?
Deverá cancelar, consultar ou alterar a sua marcação pessoalmente através do site Doctolib ou através do telefone 0145246950.
No caso de um cancelamento de última hora (com menos de 48 horas de antecedência), você pode ser solicitado a pagar uma taxa de cancelamento.
Se você tiver outras perguntas, escreva para This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Na sequência da visita
O médico enviar-lhe-á prescrições para fazer a radiografia do tórax e os exames laboratoriais.
Exames laboratoriais (se tiver entre 18 e 44 anos)
Se tiver entre 18 e 44 anos será encaminhado para a realização dos seus exames laboratoriais após a consulta médica. Sem necessidade de agendamento. Você não precisa estar em jejum para os exames de sangue, mas não deve urinar por 2 horas antes do exame de urina para gonorreia (se aplicável). Você será enviado pelo médico para um de nossos laboratórios designados abaixo. Não vá antes da visita:
Laboratório Unilabs EYLAU,
1-3 rue Nicolo, 75016 Paris
01 53 92 20 20
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Laboratório Clemente
17, avenida d'Eylau, 75016 Paris
01 56 90 33 33

Após a visita

Quando a Embaixada receberá o arquivo médico completo?
Todos os arquivos são enviados eletronicamente (instantaneamente) para a embaixada assim que estiverem completos. Isso pode, portanto, ser dentro de 1 dia. Para completar o arquivo, precisamos de suas vacinas em dia e da radiografia de tórax e resultados laboratoriais, se aplicável. Isso NÃO afeta sua consulta na Embaixada e você ainda pode ir à consulta na Embaixada sem o relatório médico. Se, no entanto, você quiser que seu arquivo médico esteja pronto para o dia da sua consulta na Embaixada, você deve comparecer ao seu exame médico pelo menos uma semana antes da sua entrevista na Embaixada.

Quanto tempo o arquivo médico completo permanece válido?

Seis meses se o exame for normal. Se você não recebeu seu visto no final de seis meses, você será obrigado a repetir e pagar a visita médica, exames de laboratório e radiografia de tórax.


Fazendo um agendamento

Usamos um serviço de reservas na Internet DOCTOLIB 

Telefono 00 331 45246950

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US VISA - Medical Visit Information

Introduction

Dr Jolly and Dr Gunoy are designated physicians for the US Immigration Services who carry out the medical examination for visa applications and immigration. We are designated for those whose visa exam is in Paris or are from Portugal. As an emergency measure we are permitted to carry out the visa medical visit for Ukrainians whose embassy visit is in Frankfurt, Germany.  We are not designated for other nationals whose visa appointment is in Frankfurt.

We hope that your medical exam is as stress-free and uncomplicated as possible.

UKRAINIAN VISA REQUESTS  We have no appointments available in the foreseeable future due to a large number of requests from our Paris Embassy Unit.  Appointments must not be booked directly on Doctolib or they will be cancelled. We are sorry for this necessity.

 The medical visit is an obligatory examination requested by US Immigration services involving a physical check-up and examination of your medical history. The 30-minute exam takes place in our consulting room at 7 rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris. The nearest metro is La Muette, a 3-minute walk away. Depending on your age the exam will be followed by a chest x-ray (15 years and older) and laboratory tests (18-44 years old) at our designated centres 5 minutes away (see below).

How to book an appointment:

  • Use this French booking site link: Doctolib  
  • Telephone our office on 0145 24 69 50 giving your name, date of birth, telephone number and if possible your US file number beginning with PRS or the year
  • For urgent appointments, you should write to us at our email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Please send us your US file umber if you are K visa, NIV or Diversity. Either give it to the secretary when you book or send it by email.
  • Do not register your American file on the IVMIS booking site until you have an appointment confirmed via Doctolib or the secretary.

It is very important to be vaccinated in line with US regulations. You can start updating your vaccinations as soon as possible. This is explained below.


What you must do before the medical

1. UPDATE YOUR VACCINATIONS

We will need to see printed proof of 2 DATES of COVID-19 vaccination from 5 years of age or older. Both dates are important (or only 1 in the case of Janssen). We cannot use your QR code

Delays in completing medical reports are usually due to us waiting for you to complete your vaccinations. To avoid this please go to see your family doctor as soon as possible to update your vaccinations in line with our list of vaccinations below (following US guidelines). If you do not have a doctor you will have to wait until your medical appointment to discuss the missing vacccines with Dr Jolly or Dr Gunoy.

If you do not bring proof of all vaccinations or blood tests showing immunity your file will not be completed immediately. Both the doctor and the Embassy will wait for you to send the remaining proof to complete the file. You can still go to your Embassy interview while waiting to complete the medical file.

An adult aged 19 or over, follow this link to Adult Vaccinations. Please do not write to us asking if there any others as this list contains all the vaccines you need as an Adult

A child under 19, follow this link to Child Vaccinations.

2. BOOK A CHEST X-RAY APPOINTMENT (only if aged 15 and over)

If aged 15 years or older you should book an appointment for a chest x-ray to take place after your medical. We only accept chest x-rays from the designated clinic below. This can be as early as an hour after your medical visit. Do not carry out the x-ray before the medical.

Imagerie Médicale Léonard de Vinci, 43, rue Cortambert, 75016 Paris  CLOSED AUGUST 1-15TH

  • Telephone booking on 01 53 65 53 11 (for USA chest x-ray) or 01 47 04 44 20,
  • Internet booking use Doctolib "Centre d'imagerie médicale Leonard de Vinci" and selecting: 'le lieu' (Place): centre Cortambert, 'la catégorie' (category): visa poumons (visa lungs), 'le practicien': pas de préférence (no preference)

Pregnant women: You must make an appointment for a chest X-ray for at least one hour after your doctor's visit. YOU CAN NOT GO WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT Only make an appointment with Dr. Frédéric Zeitoun or Dr. Daniel Szwarc at the de Vinci Centre, 43 rue Cortambert, 75116 Paris. In the case of pregnancy, prior consent must be signed with Dr. Jolly or Dr. Gunoy prior to the X-ray.

Note that if several people come as a family, only make one appointment. (Cost about 50€ in 2022). The result will be given to you on a computer disc and is also sent electronically to the doctor. You do not need to take the result to the doctor.

Booking an appointment shortens your waiting time but if you can't book an appointment the Centre will see you in an emergency without one.

* If you have ever had a criminal conviction relating to drugs or alcohol the doctor is required to prescribe specific tests for you during the medical.

* If you are pregnant or suspect you might be pregnant the doctor will discuss the chest x-ray with you during the visit and you will be required to sign a consent form.


The medical visit

COVID-19 - You must read and follow our COVID 19 instructions on this page.

What to bring to the medical examination (for each applicant)

  • A valid passport. If the embassy has it then ask us for a copy well in advance. It is best to always keep a copy of your passport.
  • Your Embassy appointment letter containing your case number
  • Immigrant visa - your DS 260 confirmation form
  • Completed vaccination certificates (or serology results) in line with American CDC guidelines.
  • COVID 19 vaccination, 2 dates. You must bring a printed version of each of your 2 Covid vaccination certificates or only 1 in the case of Janssen.
  • Information about your medical status, past and present (prescriptions, details of major illness or surgery).
  • Cheque, cash or credit card for payment of medical visit.

 


 There are no appointments available before my US Embassy visit. What can I do?

Please remember that the Immigration service will always see you without a medical file completed. You can write to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

How do I cancel or change my medical appointment?

You should cancel, check or change your appointment yourself vja the website Doctolib or by telephoning 0145246950.

In the case of a last-minute cancellation (less than 48 hours beforehand), you might be asked to pay a cancellation fee.

If you have any other questions please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Following the visit

The doctor will send you with prescriptions to carry out your chest x-ray and laboratory tests.

Laboratory tests (if aged 18-44 years old)

If aged 18-44 years you will be sent to to carry out your laboratory tests after the medical visit.  No appointment needed. You do not need to be fasting for the blood tests but should not urinate for 2 hours before the urine test for gonorrhoea (if applicable). You will be sent by the doctor to one of our designated laboratories below. Do not go before the visit:

Unilabs EYLAU laboratory,
1-3 rue Nicolo, 75016 Paris
01 53 92 20 20
Or
Clement Laboratory
17, avenue d´Eylau, 75016 Paris
01 56 90 33 33

 

When will the Embassy receive the completed medical file?

All files are sent electronically (instantly) to the embassy as soon as they are complete. This can therefore be within 1 day. To complete the file we need your vaccinations up to date and the chest x-ray and laboratory results if applicable.  It does NOT affect your Embassy appointment and you can still go to the Embassy appointment without the medical report. If, however, you would like your medical file to be ready for the day of your Embassy appointment, you should come for your medical examination at least one week before your interview at the Embassy.

How long does the completed medical file remain valid?

Six months if the examination is normal. If you have not received your visa by the end of six months, you will be obliged to repeat and pay for the medical visit, laboratory tests and chest x-ray.

For more information

Visit the US Immigration service website at https://www.uscis.gov/

 

 



Adult Vaccinations: compulsory if aged 19 years or older

(For anyone under 19, baby, child or teenager, see Child Vaccinations)

ALL vaccines on this list are required by the American government to obtain the US visa. No other vaccinations will be asked of adults.
 
COVID-19
We need to record the first 2 vaccination dates. You must show 2 printed sheets (not the QR codes), one for each date, and give a copy to the doctor.
 
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP) & Poliomyelitis
To do if no booster for 10 years. Bring your vaccination records to the medical visit. Please bring written proof of vaccination during childhood (if you have it).
POLIO - you need a polio vaccination booster within the last 4-52 weeks if you live or have spent more than 4 weeks in Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Iran, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Republic of Congo, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Tajikistan, Uganda , Ukraine, and Yemen.
 
Rubella, Mumps, Measles (MMR)
To do if you were born after 1957. If you do not have written proof of vaccination, you must get vaccinated, or if you prefer, take a blood test to see if you are immune to the 3 diseases. Ask your doctor for a prescription. If you are only immunized against 1 or 2 of these diseases, you must be vaccinated again with MMR. Individual vaccines do not exist. A history of Rubella, Mumps, or Measles disease is not sufficient as proof of immunity
If you are pregnant, you will not be asked to be vaccinated with the complete MMR because it is a “live” vaccine.
 
Hepatitis B New May 2022

All those aged 0 to 59 years must be vaccinated against hepatitis B


Varicella
If you have never had chickenpox disease you should get vaccinated. If you prefer you can take a blood test to see if you are immune. Ask your doctor for a prescription. We do not need written proof of your history of the disease but the approximate date. If you are pregnant, you will not be asked to get vaccinated against chickenpox because it is a “live” vaccine.
 
Pneumococcal
The Pneumococcal vaccine is compulsory from the age of 65. The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) requests a first vaccination with the Pneumococcal PPSV23 vaccine
 
Influenza (seasonal flu vaccine) 2022 Official start of influenza season October 18th
The vaccine is required if your medical exam takes place during the flu season (early October to February or as long as the vaccine remains available in pharmacies). Check availability with your pharmacist.
 

Download and print this file (PDF) and bring it along to your medical visit completed. If your family doctor fills out the checklist then he/she must mark the date each vaccine was given and countersign each vaccine.

Note for your family doctor:

ALL vaccinations on our list relevant to your age are necessary to obtain your US visa. They may differ from the French vaccination schedule but are obligatory for entry into the United States. 


Frequently asked questions

Who should carry out my vaccinations?

Please see your family doctor in advance to obtain the required vaccinations. Your child may see a paediatrician. If you book your medical at least two weeks in advance, we consider that you have time to see your doctor.

What can I bring to the medical visit as proof of my vaccinations?

You can bring your carnet de santé (if you have one) or signed vaccination certificates/cards of all previously completed vaccinations. A signed letter from your family doctor listing your vaccinations and the dates they were given will also be accepted. Each vaccination must be dated and signed individually by the doctor. You can also bring blood test results to prove your immunity (for measles, mumps and rubella). Your doctor can prescribe the blood tests but bear in mind that the results make take at least a week to arrive.

What if I arrive at the medical visit and have not completed my vaccinations, nor written to you in advance asking for a prescription?

If you are not up to date with your vaccinations on the day of your appointment with Dr Jolly or Dr Gunoy, you will need to make and pay for a new appointment to receive relevant vaccinations. Bear in mind this second appointment may not be available before your USA Embassy appointment.

What if I refuse certain vaccinations?

Dr Jolly and Dr Gunoy will not oblige you to take certain vaccines if you are opposed to them on moral or religious grounds, but you will have to contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (see website www.uscis.gov for waiver information). Applicants must be vaccinated to date in line with the American CDC requirements for visa applicants.

For full information please see the CDC website: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/imz/adult.html

 



Vaccinations for a baby, child or teenager from birth to under 19 years old

Click on the age group below to see a list of the vaccines he or she needs. (Use the age on the day of their medical visit.)

You can then print out the page AND ADD THE NAME AND DATE OF BIRTH OF YOUR CHILD to take to your doctor/paediatrician. If he/she vaccinates your child, he/she must date and countersign each vaccine given.

ALL vaccinations on our list relevant to your child's age are necessary to obtain a US visa or for entry as an immigrant into the United States. They may differ from the French vaccination schedule but are obligatory for entry into the United States. However, Dr Jolly and Dr Gunoy will not oblige you to take certain vaccines if you are opposed to them on medical, moral or religious grounds, but it will be noted in your medical file and you must contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website yourself for waiver information: www.uscis.gov.

You will also find examples of current or previous trade names of vaccines, but others exist and are accepted (for example, vaccines from countries outside France)

Important information about polio vaccination - Due to the spread of wild polio virus you must have had a polio booster within the past 12 months if you live in or have spent more than 4 weeks in Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Iran, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Republic of Congo, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Tajikistan, Uganda, Ukraine, and Yemen

 

 


 

 

Introduction

Dr Jolly and Dr Gunoy are designated physicians for the US Immigration Services. They carry out the medical examination for visa applications and immigration. The medical visit is an obligatory requirement by US Immigration services involving a physical check-up and examination of your medical history.

Please read this information before booking an appointment. In particular, you will need to have been vaccinated in line with US regulations. And if you are 15 years or older you must also have a chest X-Ray and laboratory tests for syphilis and gonorrhoea only at one of the designated facilities.

NEW for Immigrant status applicants only - According to a new US Immigration requirement all panel physicians must use the electronic healthcase system eMedical. Once you have booked an appointment with us we check to see if you are on eMedical. We will then send an email to all immigrant status applicants to say if you need to carry out the chest x-ray and lab tests BEFORE OR AFTER the medical visit.

All other visa cases (Diversity, K-visa or Non-immigrant visa..) are not affected by eMedical, so they must carry out the chest x-ray and lab tests BEFORE the medical visit and they will not receive an email about the timing of the x-ray and tests.

The 20-30-minute exam takes place in our consulting room at 7 rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris. The nearest metro is La Muette, a 3-minute walk away.

We can generally provide an appointment within two weeks, but sometimes it can be fully booked several weeks in advance. We use the online booking service IVMIS (see below). For urgent appointments, you should write to us at our email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Preparing for the Medical Visit

Immigrant status cases will receive an email to say if you need to carry out the chest x-ray and lab tests BEFORE OR AFTER the medical visit, so do not book the x-ray appointment or do laboratory tests before we advise you.

All other cases (Diversity, K-visa or Non-immigrant visa..)  MUST carry out the chest x-ray and lab tests BEFORE the medical visit.

Note that radio and exams should only be carried out only at the designated centers on our website.

What to do

Who to see

More information

Be vaccinated in line with US guidelines

You should visit your family doctor as soon as possible to update your vaccinations

An adult aged 19 or over, follow this link to Adult Vaccinations.

A child under 19, follow this link to Child Vaccinations.

Have laboratory tests for syphilis (blood test) and gonorrhoea (urine test) if aged 15 or over


 

Laboratoire Bio-Path PASSY,
1-3 rue Nicolo, 75016 Paris
01 53 92 20 20

Or

Laboratoire Clément,
17, avenue d’Elyau, 75016 Paris
01 56 90 33 33

No appointment or prescription needed
You can eat and drink before the tests

 (Cost about 60€ in 2018)

Can be done in the morning (before midday, Clément or 8.30 am Bio-Path) to get results for an afternoon medical visit.

Note - eMedical cases must not do lab tests before the medical visit

Carry out a chest x-ray if aged 15 or over

Imagerie Médicale Léonard de Vinci,
43, rue Cortambert, 75016 Paris
01 53 65 53 11 (for USA chest x-ray) otherwise 01 47 04 44 20


http://www.centre-radiologie-paris.com/

Doctolib

The US Embassy does not accept chest x-rays from other sources.

No prescription needed but an Appointment is required:

Either
Use Doctolib "Centre d'imagerie médicale Leonard de Vinci" and selecting:

'le lieu' (Place): centre Cortambert
'la catégorie' (category): visa poumons (visa lungs)
'le practicien': pas de préférence (no preference)

Or Phone 01 53 65 53 11 (for US Visa X-ray appointments)

(Cost about 50€ in 2019)

The result will be given to you on a computer disc to bring to the medical visit.

eMedical cases - must not do exams before the medical visit. The results are sent electronically to the doctor.

If you have ever had convictions relating to drug or alcohol use

Write to us know before the visit at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Do not carry out the laboratory tests for syphilis and gonorrhoea before the medical visit as the doctor will prescribe specific tests for you during the medical.

If you are pregnant or suspect you might be pregnant

Write to us know before the visit at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Do not carry out the chest x-ray before the medical visit.

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The medical visit

What to bring to the medical examination (for each applicant)

  • A valid passport
  • Your Pre-visit Checklist duly completed
  • Your Embassy appointment letter containing your case number
  • Immigrant visa - your DS 260 confirmation form
  • Completed vaccination certificates (or serology results) in line with the age-specific list of vaccinations on this website.
  • Computer disc of your chest x-ray (if non-immigrant visa).
  • Information about your medical status, past and present (prescriptions, details of major illness or surgery).
  • Cheque, cash or credit card for payment of medical visit.

 


 

 

Making an appointment

We use an Internet booking service to make appointments. Please use this button to Make an appointment

      1. Answer all the questions and select an appointment. Appointments take place only on the hour and half hour e.g. 10.00 a.m., 10.30 a.m. 11.00 a.m.
      2. You will arrive at a page with a pink sign saying “Your appointment is not yet created! Please review the information below and click "Make Appointment" to create your appointment”. Check that all the information on the page is correct, and then click on Make appointment at the bottom of the page.
      3. We will check your information and send you an appointment number. Please note that sometimes the confirmation email may arrive in your spam folder. Important: If you do not receive a confirmation with an appointment number you do not have an appointment. You must start again.

There are no appointments available before my US Embassy visit. What can I do?

Please remember that the Immigration service will always see you without a medical file completed, but the granting of the visa will be delayed until they receive your medical report or write to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

How do I cancel or change my medical appointment?

You should cancel, check or change your appointment yourself (using your appointment number and passport number) via the following link: Cancel/Change Appointment

In the case of a last-minute cancellation (less than 48 hours beforehand), you might be asked to pay a cancellation fee.

If you have any other questions please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Following the visit

When will I receive the completed medical file?

If you complete all the necessary tests and vaccinations before the Doctor’s visit, you will receive your completed file immediately. If not, you will have to come back yourself to pick up the medical file 24 hours after the Doctor’s appointment (this will take 5 minutes) We can alternatively send the results directly to the Embassy. If you are not collecting the medical file yourself, please bring a 2kg Chronopost envelope (padded envelope about 28 Euros) to send results to the Embassy.

In eMedical visa cases the file will be sent directly to the immigration services electronically. The eMedical procedure sometimes takes a day or 2 longer to gather results and send the report to the Embassy. This does NOT affect your Embassy appointment. You can still go to the Embassy appointment without the medical report as they are aware of this delay and it takes them up to 14 days to process your visa application. Do not write to us about the transfer of the emedical file as it is sent automatically and we will always contact you if there is a problem with your results.

How long does the completed medical file remain valid?

Six months if the examination is normal. If you have not received your visa by the end of six months, you will be obliged to repeat and pay for the medical visit, laboratory tests and chest x-ray.

For more information

Visit the US Immigration service website at https://www.uscis.gov/

 

 



Adult Vaccinations: needed if aged 19 years or older
for both Visa and Immigration purposes

(For anyone under 19, baby, child or teenager, see Child Vaccinations)

Vaccinations needed

Trade name examples

Notes

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Whooping cough (DTaP) & Polio

Boosterix, Repevax

Get diphtheria, tetanus and polio booster if you have not had one within the last 10 years. The booster should also include whooping-cough if you have never had that vaccination.

Bring the dates of your childhood triple primary vaccination with DTaP and Polio if you have the written proof.

If you live in or have spent more than 4 weeks in Pakistan, Afghanistan or Nigeria you must have had a polio vaccination booster within the past 4-52 weeks.

Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)

MMRVaxPro®, Priorix®

You should have had one dose of MMR if you were born in 1957 or later.

If you never had an MMR vaccination you will need one, or, if you prefer, you can have a blood test first to see if you are immune to all three infections (serology levels). Ask your doctor for a prescription. If your blood results only show immunity to one or two of the 3 then you will need a full MMR vaccination. Individual vaccines against the 3 infections do not exist.

A history of MMR without blood test results is not proof of immunity>

You will not be required to take the MMR vaccine if you are pregnant as it is a live vaccine.

Varicella (Chicken pox)

Varilrix®, Varivax®

If you had the illness chicken pox as a child (or adult) you do not need vaccination (no written proof needed).

If you never had it you will need a vaccination, or, if you prefer, you can have a blood test first to see if you are immune. Ask your doctor for a prescription.

You will not be required to take the Varicella vaccine if you are pregnant as it is a live vaccine.

Yearly seasonal influenza vaccine

Vaxigriptetra, Fluarixtetra, Influvac Tetra

Required if visa appointment is during the flu season (beginning of October to the beginning of February. Check with your local pharmacist to see if it is available at the time of your medical visit. 2019 Vaccinations started October 15th

Pneumococcal

Prevenar 13

Required from the age of 65 onwards. For those who have never had the vaccination, the American Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommend an initial dose of P13

Download and print this file (PDF) and bring it along to your medical visit completed. If your family doctor fills out the check-list then he/she must mark the date each vaccine was given and countersign each vaccine.

Note for your family doctor:

ALL vaccinations on our list relevant to your age are necessary to obtain your US visa. They may differ from the French vaccination schedule but are obligatory for entry into the United States. 


Frequently asked questions

Who should carry out my vaccinations?

Please see your family doctor in advance to obtain required vaccinations. Your child can see a paediatrician. If you book your medical at least two weeks in advance, we consider that you have time to see your doctor.  .

What can I bring to the medical visit as proof of my vaccinations?

You can bring your carnet de santé (if you have one) or signed vaccination certificates/cards of all previously completed vaccinations. A signed letter from your family doctor listing your vaccinations and the dates they were given will also be accepted. Each vaccination must be dated and signed individually by the doctor. You can also bring blood test results to prove your immunity (for measles, mumps and rubella). Your doctor can prescribe the blood tests but bear in mind that the results make take at least a week to arrive.

What if I arrive at the medical visit and have not completed my vaccinations, nor written to you in advance asking for a prescription?

If you are not up to date with your vaccinations in line with CDC guidelines above on the day of your appointment with Dr Jolly or Dr Gunoy, you will need to make and pay for a new appointment to receive relevant vaccinations. Bear in mind this second appointment may not be available before your USA Embassy appointment.

What if I refuse certain vaccinations?

Dr Jolly and Dr Gunoy will not oblige you to take certain vaccines if you are opposed to them on moral or religious grounds, but you will have to contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (see website www.uscis.gov for waiver information). Applicants must be vaccinated to date in line with the American CDC requirements for visa applicants.

For full information please see the CDC website: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/imz/adult.html

 

 




Vaccinations for a baby, child or teenager from birth to under 19 years old 

Click on the age-group below to see a list of the vaccines he or she needs. (Use the age on the day of their medical visit.)

You can then print out the page to take to your doctor/paediatrician. If he/she vaccinates your child, he/she must date and countersign each vaccine given.

ALL vaccinations on our list relevant to your child's age are necessary to obtain a US visa or for entry as an immigrant into the United States. They may differ from the French vaccination schedule but are obligatory for entry into the United States. However, Dr Jolly and Dr Gunoy will not oblige you to take certain vaccines if you are opposed to them on medical, moral or religious grounds, but it will be noted in your medical file and you must contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website yourself for waiver information: www.uscis.gov.

You will also find examples of current or previous trade names of vaccines, but others exist and are accepted (for example, vaccines from countries outside France)

Important information about polio vaccination - If you live in or have spent more than 4 weeks in Pakistan, Afghanistan or Nigeria you must have had a polio vaccination booster within the past 4-52 weeks.

 

 


 

 


How to do the US medical tests and visit all in one day

What

When

Place

Results

Medical visit booking - several days in advance

EMedical immigrantstatus visas should book a morning or early afternoon appointment as they have to carry out the x-ray and laboratory tests after the visit.

All others book an appointment from 15h00 onwards.

7 rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris

"Immigrant status" applicants will receive an email telling them whether to do the x-ray and laboratory tests before or after the medical visit. All others do them before the visit.

Laboratory tests

EMedical case visas will go directly to the laboratory after the medical

All other cases go before 08h30 at Bio-Path PASSY, or before midday at Clément

Do the urine test for gonorrhoea and the blood test for syphilis. Remember not to urinate for at least two hours before the gonorrhoea test. No need to book an appointment

Laboratoire Bio-Path PASSY,
1-3 rue Nicolo, 75016 Paris,
01 53 92 20 20

Or

Laboratoire Clément,
17, avenue d’Elyau, 75016 Paris
01 56 90 33 33

Sent automatically to the doctor

Chest x-ray

EMedical case visas book an appointment for at least 1 hour after your medical appointment

All other cases book an appointment for before midday

Centre d’Imagerie de Vinci
43, rue Cortambert, 75016 Paris
Tel: 01 53 65 53 11 (for USA chest x-ray)

The computer disc is given to you to bring to the doctor

EMedical x-rays are sent electronically to the doctor

Medical visit

15:00 onwards

EMedical case visas earlier if possible to be able to carry out x-ray and laboratory tests afterwards

7 rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris

You receive the completed medical file at the end of the visit (if everything is normal and you have completed your vaccinations).

EMedical file is sent to the Embassy electronically.

US VISA - Medical Visit Information - Non-Immigrant, Diversity, K-Visa ...

Introduction

Dr Jolly and Dr Gunoy are designated physicians for the US Immigration Services. They carry out the medical examination for visa applications and immigration. The medical visit is an obligatory examination required by US Immigration services involving a physical check-up and examination of your medical history. The 30-minute exam takes place in our consulting room at 7 rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris. The nearest metro is La Muette, a 3-minute walk away.

You have various options for booking an appointment:

  • Use the French booking site DOCTOLIB using the following link: Doctolib Please note your US immigration file number on Doctolib which starts with PRS
  • Telephone our office on 0145 24 69 50
  • For urgent appointments, you should write to us at our email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please read the information below before booking an appointment. In particular, you will need to have been vaccinated in line with US regulations. If you are 15 years or older you must also have a chest X-Ray and laboratory tests for syphilis and gonorrhoea. You must carry them out  BEFORE the medical visit and  only at one of the designated centres listed below.

Please contact us for your prescriptions with your PRS number at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Preparing for the Medical Visit

For applicants over 15 years of age X-ray and exams should be carried out BEFORE THE MEDICAL VISIT and ONLY AT THE DESIGNATED CENTRES below.

What to do

Who to see

More information

Be vaccinated in line with US guidelines

You should visit your family doctor as soon as possible to update your vaccinations

An adult aged 19 or over, follow this link to Adult Vaccinations.

A child under 19, follow this link to Child Vaccinations.

Have laboratory tests for syphilis (blood test) and gonorrhoea (urine test) if aged 15 or over before the medical


 

Laboratoire Unilabs EYLAU,
1-3 rue Nicolo, 75016 Paris
01 53 92 20 20

Or

Laboratoire Clément,
17, avenue d’Elyau, 75016 Paris
01 56 90 33 33

No appointment needed. Contact us for your prescription. Do not urinate at least 2 hours before the tests. You can eat and drink before the tests

 (Cost about 60€ in 2021)

Can be done in the morning before 11 am at Clément to get results by 15h00 or before 8.30 am at Bio-Path to get results for 17h00.

Carry out a chest x-ray if aged 15 or over before the medical. It is recommended to book an appointment but if this is not possible you will be seen without one.

Imagerie Médicale Léonard de Vinci,
43, rue Cortambert, 75016 Paris
01 53 65 53 11 (for USA chest x-ray) otherwise 01 47 04 44 20

http://www.centre-radiologie-paris.com/

Doctolib

The US Embassy does not accept chest x-rays from other sources.

Contact us for your prescription. Appointment is required

Either
Use Doctolib "Centre d'imagerie médicale Leonard de Vinci" and selecting:

'le lieu' (Place): centre Cortambert
'la catégorie' (category): visa poumons (visa lungs)
'le practicien': pas de préférence (no preference)

Or Phone 01 53 65 53 11 (for US Visa X-ray appointments)

(Cost about 50€ in 2019)

The result will be given to you on a computer disc to bring to the medical visit.

If you have ever had convictions relating to drug or alcohol use

Write to us know before the visit at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Do not carry out the laboratory tests for syphilis and gonorrhoea before the medical visit as the doctor will prescribe specific tests for you during the medical.

If you are pregnant or suspect you might be pregnant

Write to us know before the visit at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Do not carry out the chest x-ray before the medical visit.

View, print or save this file (PDF) 


The medical visit

COVID-19 - You must read and follow our COVID 19 instructions on this page.

What to bring to the medical examination (for each applicant)

  • A valid passport
  • Your Pre-visit Checklist duly completed
  • Your Embassy appointment letter containing your case number
  • Completed vaccination certificates (or serology results) in line with American CDC guidelines.
  • Computer disc of your chest x-ray.
  • Information about your medical status, past and present (prescriptions, details of major illness or surgery).
  • Cheque, cash or credit card for payment of medical visit.

 


 Making an appointment via the site Ivmis

We use an Internet booking service to make appointments. Please use this button to Make an appointment

      1. Answer all the questions and select an appointment. Appointments take place only on the hour and half hour e.g. 10.00 a.m., 10.30 a.m. 11.00 a.m.
      2. You will arrive at a page with a pink sign saying “Your appointment is not yet created! Please review the information below and click "Make Appointment" to create your appointment”. Check that all the information on the page is correct, and then click on Make appointment at the bottom of the page.
      3. We will check your information and send you an appointment number. Please note that sometimes the confirmation email may arrive in your spam folder. Important: If you do not receive a confirmation with an appointment number you do not have an appointment. You must start again.

There are no appointments available before my US Embassy visit. What can I do?

Please remember that the Immigration service will always see you without a medical file completed. You can write to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

How do I cancel or change my medical appointment?

You should cancel, check or change your appointment yourself (using your appointment number and passport number) via the following link: Cancel/Change Appointment

In the case of a last-minute cancellation (less than 48 hours beforehand), you might be asked to pay a cancellation fee.

If you have any other questions please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Following the visit

When will I receive the completed medical file?

If you complete all the necessary tests and vaccinations before the Doctor’s visit, you will receive your completed file immediately. If not, you will have to come back yourself to pick up the medical file 24 hours after the Doctor’s appointment (this will take 5 minutes) We can alternatively send the results directly to the Embassy. If you are not collecting the medical file yourself, please bring a 2kg Chronopost envelope (padded envelope about 25 Euros) to send results to the Embassy.

How long does the completed medical file remain valid?

Six months if the examination is normal. If you have not received your visa by the end of six months, you will be obliged to repeat and pay for the medical visit, laboratory tests and chest x-ray.

For more information

Visit the US Immigration service website at https://www.uscis.gov/

 

 

Adult Vaccinations: needed if aged 19 years or older
for both Visa and Immigration purposes

(For anyone under 19, baby, child or teenager, see Child Vaccinations)

Vaccinations needed

Trade name examples

Notes

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Whooping cough (DTaP) & Polio

Boosterix, Repevax

Get diphtheria, tetanus and polio booster if you have not had one within the last 10 years. The booster should also include whooping-cough if you have never had that vaccination.

Bring the dates of your childhood triple primary vaccination with DTaP and Polio if you have the written proof.

If you live in or have spent more than 4 weeks in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Myanmar, Somalia, Pakistan, Afghanistan or Nigeria you must have had a polio vaccination booster within the past 4-52 weeks.

Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)

MMRVaxPro®, Priorix®

You should have had one dose of MMR if you were born in 1957 or later.

If you never had an MMR vaccination you will need one, or, if you prefer, you can have a blood test first to see if you are immune to all three infections (serology levels). Ask your doctor for a prescription. If your blood results only show immunity to one or two of the 3 then you will need a full MMR vaccination. Individual vaccines against the 3 infections do not exist.

A history of MMR without blood test results is not proof of immunity>

You will not be required to take the MMR vaccine if you are pregnant as it is a live vaccine.

Varicella (Chicken pox)

Varilrix®, Varivax®

If you had the illness chicken pox as a child (or adult) you do not need vaccination (no written proof needed).

If you never had it you will need a vaccination, or, if you prefer, you can have a blood test first to see if you are immune. Ask your doctor for a prescription.

You will not be required to take the Varicella vaccine if you are pregnant as it is a live vaccine.

Yearly seasonal influenza vaccine

Vaxigriptetra, Fluarixtetra, Influvac Tetra

Required if visa appointment is during the flu season (beginning of October to the beginning of February. Check with your local pharmacist to see if it is available at the time of your medical visit.

Pneumococcal

Prevenar 13

Required from the age of 65 onwards. For those who have never had the vaccination, the American Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommend an initial dose of P13

Download and print this file (PDF) and bring it along to your medical visit completed. If your family doctor fills out the check-list then he/she must mark the date each vaccine was given and countersign each vaccine.

Note for your family doctor:

ALL vaccinations on our list relevant to your age are necessary to obtain your US visa. They may differ from the French vaccination schedule but are obligatory for entry into the United States. 


Frequently asked questions

Who should carry out my vaccinations?

Please see your family doctor in advance to obtain required vaccinations. Your child can see a paediatrician. If you book your medical at least two weeks in advance, we consider that you have time to see your doctor.  .

What can I bring to the medical visit as proof of my vaccinations?

You can bring your carnet de santé (if you have one) or signed vaccination certificates/cards of all previously completed vaccinations. A signed letter from your family doctor listing your vaccinations and the dates they were given will also be accepted. Each vaccination must be dated and signed individually by the doctor. You can also bring blood test results to prove your immunity (for measles, mumps and rubella). Your doctor can prescribe the blood tests but bear in mind that the results make take at least a week to arrive.

What if I arrive at the medical visit and have not completed my vaccinations, nor written to you in advance asking for a prescription?

If you are not up to date with your vaccinations in line with CDC guidelines above on the day of your appointment with Dr Jolly or Dr Gunoy, you will need to make and pay for a new appointment to receive relevant vaccinations. Bear in mind this second appointment may not be available before your USA Embassy appointment.

What if I refuse certain vaccinations?

Dr Jolly and Dr Gunoy will not oblige you to take certain vaccines if you are opposed to them on moral or religious grounds, but you will have to contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (see website www.uscis.gov for waiver information). Applicants must be vaccinated to date in line with the American CDC requirements for visa applicants.

For full information please see the CDC website: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/imz/adult.html

 

 


Vaccinations for a baby, child or teenager from birth to under 19 years old 

Click on the age-group below to see a list of the vaccines he or she needs. (Use the age on the day of their medical visit.)

You can then print out the page to take to your doctor/paediatrician. If he/she vaccinates your child, he/she must date and countersign each vaccine given.

ALL vaccinations on our list relevant to your child's age are necessary to obtain a US visa or for entry as an immigrant into the United States. They may differ from the French vaccination schedule but are obligatory for entry into the United States. However, Dr Jolly and Dr Gunoy will not oblige you to take certain vaccines if you are opposed to them on medical, moral or religious grounds, but it will be noted in your medical file and you must contact the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website yourself for waiver information: www.uscis.gov.

You will also find examples of current or previous trade names of vaccines, but others exist and are accepted (for example, vaccines from countries outside France)

Important information about polio vaccination - If you live in or have spent more than 4 weeks in Pakistan, Afghanistan or Nigeria you must have had a polio vaccination booster within the past 4-52 weeks.

 

 


 

 


How to do the US medical tests and visit all in one day

When

Action

Place

Results

Medical visit - Book medical appointment several days in advance

Ideally book an appointment ideally from 15h00 onwards for the results to arrive in time.

7 rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris

 

Laboratory - before 11h00 at Clément. Bring prescription.

 

 

Do the urine test for gonorrhoea and the blood test for syphilis.

Remember not to urinate for at least 2 hours before the gonorrhoea test.

No need to book an appointment

Laboratoire Clément,
17, avenue d’Elyau, 75016 Paris
01 56 90 33 33

Sent automatically to the doctor

Chest x-ray - Book an appointment for before midday. Bring prescription.

 

Carry out the chest x-ray

Centre d’Imagerie de Vinci
43, rue Cortambert, 75016 Paris
Tel: 01 53 65 53 11 (for USA chest x-ray)

The computer disc is given to you to bring to the doctor

 

Ideally 15:00 onwards

Medical visit 7 rue de la Pompe, 75116 Paris

You receive the completed medical file at the end of the visit (if everything is normal and you have completed your vaccinations).

Doctor Gunita Jolly

MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG
General Practitioner, Adults and Children
Trained at Guy's Hospital, London
Email: gunitajolly@wanadoo.fr

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