HIV Immigration

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Illustration of nine multi-ethnic women.

Learn some introductory information about the US's complicated immigration system – and its built-in biases.

Submitted on: Jan 18, 2024
A masked health care professional using a stethoscope to listen to a toddler's chest who is sitting on her mother's lap.

There is no legal barrier to immigrants making their home in the US if they are living with HIV – but there are other considerations. Learn more about getting HIV care and navigating this complex system.

Submitted on: Jan 18, 2024

Have you ever had a dilemma where you had to choose between what is best for you as a person or for us a HIV community? Last week I had to make such a choice.

Submitted on: Oct 31, 2023

Race and gender intersect with many factors in the lives of women with HIV. Learn about the varied impacts on women in different racial groups.

Submitted on: Sep 15, 2023

As an African artist living with HIV in the Netherlands for more than 15 years now, I continue to experience a lot of stigma and discrimination based on me being open about my HIV and my beautiful...

Submitted on: Jul 28, 2021

My Name Is Sophie Jayawardene and this is my story.

Submitted on: Aug 9, 2016

Many transgender people come to the US to escape violence or persecution in the country where they were born only to have similar problems in the United States. It is hard at times for trans...

Submitted on: Mar 16, 2016
Arianna Lint, de pie junto a la bandera estadounidense frente a una placa que dice "La Casa Blanca".

The Well Project interviews Arianna Lint, Community Advisory Board member and A Girl Like Me blogger, for our "Spotlight: Women Making a Difference" series.

Submitted on: Mar 2, 2016

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