April #133 : Border Line Prevention - by Lucile Scott

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Getting On (and off)

Kramer vs. Kramer

Mature Content

Dazed and Confused

Worth a Shot

Read My Lipids

High Definition-APRIL 2007

You Go!

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Top Secret

Death in Dixie

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And for Our Next Act...

Border Line Prevention

Almost Legal

Turning Heads

Mission Control

The Itch Is Back

Flags of a Father

Mailbox-April 2007

Catch of the Month-April 2007

Editor's Letter-April 2007

Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle


Herpes Simplex Virus

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Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

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April 2007

Border Line Prevention

by Lucile Scott

Mapping Bush’s change to the immigration ban

President Bush’s announcement, on December 1, World AIDS Day, to let HIV positive foreign visitors into the country was greeted with cheers, but left advocates full of questions. Currently, positive foreigners can enter the U.S. if they receive a special waiver—or illegally hide their status. Those actually granted a waiver get a stamp on their passport forever branding them as positive. The announcement did not clarify if the stamp will still be issued or if short-term visitors will no longer have to disclose at all. (All positive people seeking residency are still banned.) More specifics are expected by March 1. However, Adam Francouer of Immigration Equality believes that any substantial shift will require a new law, not just a regulatory waiver. He remains skeptical if even the new Democratic Congress would make such a change. “Evidence shows that the ban protects neither public health nor coffers,” he says. “But there is a lot of misinformation about HIV out there.”

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