Getting A Visa And Hiv
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Posted by mark4586lopez, 2 RepliesJust wondering... can an HIV positive person be granted a working visa or permanent visa in Australia?
I have been to Singapore and was luckily able to get an employer but unfornately working visa wasn't approved because I was diagnosed HIV positive. Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI am from UK. Recently I got a job offer from South Africa. Do I need to have a HIV test to get a work visa there?
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyWhen they say there is a very small chance for men to get HIV from a woman sexually, this means when the woman HAS HIV.
For women, they can get HIV from males sexually (vaginal) extremely easy, it can be one chance in one! Some women do not catch... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousI am from a developing country and these questions are of interest to me :
1) Does the USA grant Visa to someone who is HIV+ ?
2) How long does the FDA take to approve a new drug ? ( Only once a drug is approved by FDA can we expect it to be sold in... Read more »
Posted by donBoth you and your potential sex partner can get tested together first
before beginning the sexual component of the relationship.
The strategy reduces a great deal of ambiguity.
You, yourself can get tested today, now. Test results reduce ambiguity
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Ric,I can assure you I and many others (see below) have been trying to get this idiotic travel ban lifted for years. Unfortunately, not only is it a "stupit" rule, but it's been kept in place by stupid people in high places,... Read more »
HelpWithBenefits.comAs long as you are legally in the US, you can buy health insurance under the Affordable Care Act regardless of your medical condition. At one time, a question was raised whether or not non-citizens would also qualify for the low-income subsidies... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHey Emma, I don't think you are insane. I also don't think there is even the remotest chance you are HIV-positive. So I'll be brief:1. No, you cannot get HIV from having blood drawn. 2. No, your symptoms are not suggestive of HIV. 3.... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello.It's extremely unfortunate that some countries continue to treat HIV as if it were a sin or a toxic radioactive threat. It's merely a viral illness that is 100% preventable and becoming more treatable/manageable over recent years.... Read more »
Issuance of a Visa and Authorization for Temporary Admission Into the United States for Certain Nonimmigrant Aliens Infected With HIVMany advocates say as written, the rule could leave individuals with HIV who obtain asylum in the U.S. in a permanent limbo; forever barred from obtaining legal permanent residence, and therefore cut off from services, benefits, and employment... Read more »
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Changes to France's Immigration Law Increasing Difficulty for HIV-Positive Immigrants to Obtain Residence Visa, Access to TreatmentRecent changes to France's immigration laws have made it harder for HIV-positive immigrants -- mainly from Africa -- to qualify for a visa called a "vital residence permit," which "guarantees access to social services and provides some sense of... Read more »
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