|CANADA IMMIGRATION MEDICAL EXAMINATION
I am honoured to be one of the Panel Physicians performing IMMIGRATION MEDICAL EXAMs or VISA EXTENSION EXAMs for CIC Canada for
• Permanent Resident Applicants
• Temporary Resident Applicants
• Convention Refugees
• Those applying to be Convention Refugees
• Visitors extending their Visa to stay in Canada
• Tourists extending their Visa to stay in Canada
• Students extending their Visa to stay in Canada
Temporary Foreign Workers extending their Visa to stay in Canada
• Sponsored Applicants
• Other categories (Family Class, Work Permit holders, Skilled Worker class, Business Visa class)
The procedure is efficient, and in most cases takes ONE DAY.
To do an IMMIGRATION MEDICAL EXAM or VISA EXTENSION EXAM, contact my
office. Generally, you are able to do the tests and to see the doctor
on the SAME DAY.
L O C A T I O N:
are centrally located in Surrey, BC and our office is easily
approachable from Vancouver Airport or from major highways. There is
ample space for parking which is free for Clinic visitors. There are
major shopping plazas just walking distance away. Accommodation is
available to suit different budgets in the area. The x-ray and blood
test clinics are located at about 4 minutes' driving distance.
We are located in the Scottsdale Square Business Centre at:
7170 120 Street,
Surrey, BC V3W 3M8
For driving directions click here:
R A T E S:
The Rates for the Canadian Immigration Medical Examination are given below. This is not covered by MSP.
Doctor's Office Fees - $130.00
X-Ray - $60.00
Blood and Urine Test- $75.00 (Approx.)
(X-Ray, Blood and Urine Test Fees to be paid directly to the lab))
Please contact my office for the particulars and details. If you
have received a follow up letter from CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION
CANADA, such as a request to do more tests, perhaps to follow up on
Tuberculosis status, you are welcome to come to my office. To do an
IMMIGRATION MEDICAL EXAM or VISA EXTENSION EXAM, please feel free to
contact my office for the details.
What to bring to your appointment for a Medical Examination for CIC Canada
Original passport(s) or other government issued photo ID (Note that the ID must be valid at the time of your appointment).
Letter from CIC Canada (if you have one).
Eye glasses or contact lenses (if applicable), as well as a list of
prescription drugs taken or any relevant medical report(s).
It is also possible that after the completion of your medical
examination and submission of reports, further tests or reports may be
For more information on immigration medical exams for Canada, please refer directly to the CIC Canada Medical Exams webpage: