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NPR Examines U.S. HIV Immigration Rules

October 12, 2009

NPR examines U.S. policy for HIV-positive visitors and immigrants. While "Congress has removed the statute, and the Department of Health and Human Services is working on a more lenient immigration rule," NPR reports that "many non-citizens with HIV who are currently in this country are worried that their own applications and work visas may expire before the law changes" (Wilson, 10/10).

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