Can I live in South Korea with HIV?

Can I live in South Korea with HIV?

HIV/AIDS is classified as a contagious epidemic disease by law in Korea under the Contagious Disease Prevention Act. Under the Immigration Control Act the government may prohibit the entry of foreigners with HIV/AIDS, at its discretion.

Can I go to Australia if I have HIV?

Can a person who is HIV positive migrate to Australia? Yes they can, but only in certain circumstances. Generally, individuals with HIV applying for permanent visas do not pass the health requirement test, but may be granted a permanent visa following that, under the ‘waiver’ provisions.

Can I travel to Germany with HIV?

HIV-specific entry and residence regulations for Germany (Bavaria) There are no specific entry regulations for people living with HIV. Previous restrictions in the Free State of Bavaria have been lifted.

Can you travel to Europe with HIV?

Results. Our review revealed that there are no entry restrictions for people living with HIV in 51 countries in the WHO European Region. In 11 countries, foreigners living with HIV applying for long-term stays will not be granted a visa.

How many countries have travel restrictions for people living with HIV?

While efforts are being made to end similar laws throughout the world, the Global Database on HIV-Related Travel Restrictions (a joint European initiative published by the International AIDS Society) reports that 66 countries are known to have some entry regulations for people living with HIV.

Can I travel to the Caribbean if I have HIV?

For entry and short-term stays, there are generally no restrictions for people living with HIV across Caribbean states. The following countries have restrictions on long-term stays: Cuba, Dominican Republic, St. Kitts & Nevis and St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

Can I travel to South Africa if I have HIV?

No restriction for travelers visiting for up to three months. However, travelers from South Africa may be required to take an HIV test before entering and should contact embassy before departing. Confirmation of HIV-negative test is required for anyone applying for a work or resident visa.

Which countries deport people based on HIV status?

In addition to these countries, the following also deport individuals based on HIV status: Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Syria. These restrictions may apply to both short-term and long-term stays.