Generally, as part of the medical examination, a qualified immigration doctor will check whether your immunizations are up to date. Moreover, take your immunization record from your home country, with you to the doctor’s appointment, to help you save on fees for vaccinations because your doctor will not have to repeat injections that you got previously.
During the medical examination, the doctor will run tests for these diseases: tuberculosis, syphilis, gonorrhea, leprosy and physical or mental disorders, associated with harmful behavior. Markedly, drug or alcohol abuse problems are problematic and the doctor will make a note of it on your medical record. Moreover, the immigration officer reviewing your case will use this information to approve or deny your case.
In essence, if you have any of the diseases or other inadmissibility issues mentioned before, in some cases, all is not lost. All things considered, you may qualify for an I-601 waiver to forgive you for problems with your application.