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The U.S. Customs & Border Protection agency (CBP) issued a rule last week expediting the entry into the U.S. of B-1 business visitors and B-2 visitors for pleasure for a period of 30 days for persons infected with the Human ImmuneDeficiency virus (HIV). Instead of ending the HIV travel ban, a traveler who avails him/herself of this waiver, must also give up the right to adjust status in the U.S. even if he/she is married to a U.S. citizen. These waivers may be granted by consular officers without requiring the consent of
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