Immigration Archive

Earning Additional Practice Revenue as a Civil Surgeon: Part III

Our last two blogs considered the nature of USCIS’ civil surgeon program and the process of applying to become a civil surgeon. Today, we will conclude our consideration of the civil surgeon program by discussing the responsibilities of a civil surgeon. USCIS has charged the Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control

Earning Additional Practice Revenue as a Civil Surgeon: Part II

During our most recent blog, we considered the general nature of USCIS’ civil surgeon program. Today, we will discuss the process of applying to become a civil surgeon. A physician applies for inclusion in the civil surgeon program by sending a letter requesting inclusion to the relevant USCIS District Director. Click here to determine the

Seeking New Revenue Streams: Some Physicians Begin to Offer Immigration Examinations

As governmental and commercial insurance reimbursements continue to decline, physicians are increasingly seeking out new revenue streams. One such source of new revenue for some practices is the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (“USCIS”) civil surgeon program. In response to a recent question from an internal medicine practice, I would like to take some time

Attention All Healthcare Employers – Revised I-9 Form Just Released

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service’s (USCIS) Form I-9, which every U.S. employer must complete in conjunction with the hiring process, has just been revised. Failure to utilize and properly complete the Form I-9 can result in a fine of $1,000 per infraction; therefore, it is important for every employer to be aware of and