Dec 26, 2012
hello, i heard australia and canada do not allow visa to hiv poz people for long term stay (approx 7 years). is it true? is it same for married couple too? how can a developed nation like austraia and canada can do this discrimination? and what about usa? ragards...
Response from Mr. Chambers
Australia does require testing if you are going on a work or study on a long term basis. Short visits are not a problem. See this site.
Canada's rules are similar.
Here is a site that gives you information about most countries. http://aids.about.com/od/legalissues/a/travelac.htm
For this issue, there is no difference between single and married. They look at each person individually.
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