CSIS Report Examines Laws, Policies Concerning Inadmissibility of HIV-Positive Noncitizens
"Moving Beyond the U.S. Government Policy of Inadmissibility of HIV-Infected Noncitizens," CSIS Task Force on HIV/AIDS: The report examines U.S. laws and policies concerning the inadmissibility of HIV-positive applicants for immigrant and nonimmigrant visas. It also provides steps that can be taken by the Bush administration and Congress to address the issue. According to the report, new approaches to addressing the issue should differentiate between immigrants and nonimmigrants and balance public health and privacy interests (Nieburg et al., "Moving Beyond the U.S. Government Policy of Inadmissibility of HIV-Infected Noncitizens," March 2007).This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.