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Frequently Asked

Here you will find a list with the questions and answers most requested by our visitors.

What are the hours to carry out my Immigration Medical Exams?

Our hours are Monday through Friday from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. There is no limit of patients per day, so everyone who shows up within the indicated hours will be treated.

How long in advance should I take the exam?
  • Applicants 15 years of age or older must appear 1 or 2 business days prior to their appointment with the American Consulate.
  • Applicants between the ages of 2 and 14 must appear 2 business days prior to their appointment with the American Consulate.
  • Applicants between 0 and 23 months must appear 1 or 2 business days prior to their appointment with the American Consulate.
Do I have to show up fasting?

Your medical exam does not require fasting or a diet of any kind. You can eat normally, although in moderation.

Should I stop the medications I have been taking?

Do not stop any medication you are currently taking. Remember to bring and present your prescription or medication on the day of the exam.

If I am taking any medication, could it affect my exam?

 It in no way affects or harms the results.

What documents will I have to present?
  • Appointment sheet issued by the American Consulate.
  • Confirmation of your appointment, which you can obtain once registered on the American Consulate page: usembassy.gov/visas
  • Remember to print your appointment confirmation page and bring it to your medical exam.
  • Mexican passport or passport from the country of origin, with a minimum validity of 6 months.
  • Proof of vaccinations (if you have one).
  • Certificate of Covid-19 vaccines.
  • If you are or were undergoing medical treatment for a specific disease, you must bring the medical report that indicates: diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.
Do you accept credit and/or debit cards?

Yes, we accept credit and debit cards (VISA, MasterCard and American Express)

took the exam before and my visa was denied, can I return to any clinic?

No, avoid double expenses and setbacks. You should always go to the clinic where you took your first exam. Please present proof of the previous exam.


Schedule your appointment

Make your appointment online or by phone. 

How much money will I need?
The cost varies in each case, depending on the vaccines that the applicant requires.We recommend using a credit or debit card, for your peace of mind and security.

Can I take my exams on the weekend?

No, the clinic only provides care from Monday to Friday.

Do you deliver the results the same day?
At CMI we care about our elders, that’s why we have instant exam results so they don’t have to leave the clinic!
*Applies only for 65 years and older.

For applicants over 15 years of age and children from 0 to 23 months of age, they are generally delivered on the same day; in all other cases, the delivery date will be indicated.


For applicants between the ages of 2 and 14, the delivery of results will take 24 hours.

Do you perform urgent exams?

Yes, for this, please contact our helpline for details.

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