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The United States has no travel restrictions related to HIV status. This means that, if you're not a US citizen, you can enter the country, regardless of your HIV status. You will not be asked for a medical certificate or proof of your HIV status upon entry in the country. Furthermore, if you test positive for HIV while you are in the United States, you will not be deported.<ref>[http://www.hivtravel.org/Default.aspx?CountryId=12&PageId=143 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - REGULATIONS ON ENTRY, STAY AND RESIDENCE FOR PLHIV]</ref>
 
The United States has no travel restrictions related to HIV status. This means that, if you're not a US citizen, you can enter the country, regardless of your HIV status. You will not be asked for a medical certificate or proof of your HIV status upon entry in the country. Furthermore, if you test positive for HIV while you are in the United States, you will not be deported.<ref>[http://www.hivtravel.org/Default.aspx?CountryId=12&PageId=143 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - REGULATIONS ON ENTRY, STAY AND RESIDENCE FOR PLHIV]</ref>
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There are many low-cost and free STD testing services in New York City. They typically do not require appointments, and they run on a first come, first serve basis. So it is recommended that you arrange for a test on a day when you have time to wait to receive your tests and results. Some STD clinics also offer vaccines for meningitis, Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B, as well as alcohol and drug treatment.
 
There are many low-cost and free STD testing services in New York City. They typically do not require appointments, and they run on a first come, first serve basis. So it is recommended that you arrange for a test on a day when you have time to wait to receive your tests and results. Some STD clinics also offer vaccines for meningitis, Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B, as well as alcohol and drug treatment.
  

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