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In Mongolia, there are no travel or residency restrictions related to HIV status. This means that, if you're a foreigner who is HIV-positive, you can visit Mongolia, and you will not be asked for a medical certificate or proof of your HIV status. Furthermore, if you apply for a visa or long-term residency in Mongolia, you will not be asked about your HIV status. While Mongolia did have restrictions related to HIV-positive foreigners in the past, these restrictions were lifted in 2013 under the Law on Prevention of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.[1] [2]