People come to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) from all over the world to have access to the most advanced cancer treatments, including bone marrow transplant, the life-saving procedure that was pioneered by our founding partner, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Please let us know if you will need an interpreter for your appointments at SCCA clinics. We can arrange for specially-trained medical interpreters for patients or family members who do not speak English. If you are not a citizen or resident of the United States, you will be charged for these services.
Incoming patients and family members who are not U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents are advised to contact the U.S. consulate in their country for visa information several weeks before their planned arrival in Seattle. Families of current patients may contact the SCCA Social Work Department when a visa extension is needed for medical reasons.
For more information regarding visa services, including news and forms, visit U.S. Department of State Visas.
The Seattle field office for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is located at 12500 Tukwila International Boulevard, Seattle, WA 98168. See directions and other details about this office.