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International student with HIV

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International student with HIV

Postby Hivstudent » Thu, 09 May 2013 05:23:30 -0500

What is best way for international student to access medications!
Are they eligible for patient assistance programs?
Aids drugs assistance programs? Any midcare?
Can their meds be posted?
Students for nursing in community college! Can they be sponsored for green card and work permit after passing licensing exam!?
Thank you very much!
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Re: International student with HIV

Postby crawleyj » Sun, 14 Jul 2013 10:31:32 -0500

Sorry for my delay in replying. All international students coming to the US must have health insurance that is approved for use in the US, as health care here is VERY expensive. Health insurance companies will ask you to disclose your health history and if you have certain illnesses, the company can charge you more, or they can even deny you coverage.

Nursing is VERY difficult to get in to and if you do have an illness that is considered communicable, it is unlikely that you would be allowed into the program. Students finishing an Associates Degree are not normally sponsored for a green card.

Jim
Jim Crawley
Director of University Partner Relations
ELS Language Centers
http://www.els.edu
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International student with HIV

Postby Donnienap » Sat, 03 Jan 2015 05:22:20 -0500

Do you know anyone who was trying to get work outside of Texas and if so, how successful were they?
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