3. Many medical providers are qualified to provide these forms and have vast levels of experience in their respective fields; however, due to their lack of experience and familiarity with this specific form and the legal immigration requirements and procedures, the forms they provide are often found insufficient at the Naturalization Interview. Therefore, it is important to obtain your form N-648 from a medical provider with sufficient experience completing these forms. At Yasrebi Law, we refer our clients to experienced and qualified medical providers if our clients’ doctors have insufficient experience and familiarity. Often, your immigration attorney must communicate with your medical provider to ensure both professionals working on your case are aware of important legal and medical facts that exist in your specific case. Treating cases alike when in fact no two applicants are completely similar is a recipe for disaster. Your immigration attorney and medical provider must understand that every case has a unique fact pattern both medically and legally.4. In order to be granted the medical exemption, an experience immigration attorney must be involved in your case from the beginning to the end. An immigration attorney alone can’t achieve success for you in this type of case; however, a qualified immigration attorney can oversee and manage the preparation, evidence gathering, and the important steps that must be taken in each case in a certain and at times unique order. It is important to have an experienced immigration attorney prepare and file the application package, including a completed form n-648, prepare the applicant and their interpreter for their naturalization interview, and accompany the applicant to their interpreter to the interview. Arash Yasrebi is an experienced immigration attorney with ten years of experience. Attorney Yasrebi has a 99.73% approval rating in obtaining Medical Exemptions in naturalization cases he has represented. We are so confident in our ability to obtain an approval that we offer full refunds if a medical exemption request is denied.