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Immigrating to another country is a major life-changing event and it can present additional challenges if you are HIV positive.

Despite some progression in the area, many countries still carry restrictions on entry for people with HIV. Unfortunately, Australia is amongst them. That said, many people with HIV have successfully emmigrated to this country. This page gives you links and advice on how you can proceed.

Also see Travel.

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