All applicants for an immigrant visa must undergo a medical examination with the panel physician listed below. The medical examination process should be completed before the visa interview appointment. Please call the panel physician’s practice to schedule the appointment. Usually the medical report will be ready within 5 working days. The medical examination must be done before the interview
and the examination results must be taken with you to the interview.
Medical examinations from physicians other than the one listed below, even those from the United States, are not acceptable.
Dr. Wolfgang MOLNAR
Untere Augartenstrasse 1-3
1020 Vienna, Austria
Tel.: +43 (1) 330 34 68
Fees (to be paid in cash)
Adults: € 267
Children under 15 years of age: € 100
Please bring the following with you to the examination:
- Letter of invitation given to you by the U.S. Consulate;
- Valid passport (please use the same one that you have been using for your visa request);
- Complete vaccination information (please find requirements below);
- Noteworthy x-rays and/or blood tests;
- List of medications you are taking;
- If pregnant, please provide medical certificate including estimated date of birth;
- Intended address in the U.S.A.
Blood Test and X-Ray
Immigrant visa applicants under 15 years of age do not require a blood test or X-rays.
United States immigration law requires immigrant visa applicants to obtain certain vaccinations (listed below, age groups also given) prior to the issuance of an immigrant visa. Panel physicians who conduct medical examinations of immigrant visa applicants are required to verify that immigrant visa applicants have met the vaccination requirement, or that it is medically inappropriate for the visa applicant to receive one or more of the listed vaccinations.
In order to assist the panel physician, and to avoid delays in the processing of an immigrant visa, all immigrant visa applicants must have their vaccination records available for the panel physician’s review at the time of the immigrant medical examination. Visa applicants should consult with their regular health care provider to obtain a copy of their immunization record, if one is available. If the applicant does not have a vaccination record, the panel physician will determine which vaccinations are needed to meet the requirement. Certain waivers of the vaccination requirement are available upon the recommendation of the panel physician. Only a physician can determine which of the listed vaccinations are medically appropriate for the applicant, given the age, the medical history and the current medical condition.
|Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids,
|2 months – 6 years|
|Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids,
|Td from 7 years on;
Tdap 10 – 64 years old
|Mumps, Measles, Rubella (MMR)||1 year – 64 years, if born
in 1957 or later
|Polio||2 months – 17 years|
|Hepatitis A||12 – 23 months old|
|Hepatitis B||birth – 18 years old|
|Haemofilus influenzae type b (Hib):||2- 59 months old|
|Varicella||from 1 year on|
|Pneumococcus||2 – 59 months; 65 years or older|
|Meningococcus (MCV/MPSV)||11 – 18 years old|
|Rotavirus||2 – 6 months old|
|Influenza||6 months or older (annually in flu season from October to April)|
Validity of Medical Examination Results
In general the validity of medical examination results is six months. The visa is limited to the validity of the examination results.