Canada’s immigration policy as it affects people living with HIV: Questions and Answers

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Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act became law on 28 June 2002. The Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulationsalso came into effect on that date. This Q&A document provides some general information on how the Act and the regulations affect people living with HIV. It also provides information on changes in policy introduced since 2002, including a positive change in May 2005 concerning disclosure of HIV status by temporary visa applicants.

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HIV Legal Network
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Terry Gould
Publication Date:
2013
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