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Immigration Policies and Issues on Health-Related Grounds for Exclusion
Chad C. Haddal (au); Ruth Ellen Wasem (au)
Under current law, foreign nationals not already legally residing in the U.S. who wish to come to the U.S. generally must obtain a visa and submit to an inspection to be admitted. They must first meet a set of criteria specified in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) that determine whether they are eligible for admission. Moreover, they must also not be deemed inadmissible according to specified grounds in the INA. One of the reasons why a foreign national might be deemed inadmissible is on health-related grounds. The diseases that triggerinadmissibility in the INA are those communicable diseases of public health significance as determined by the Sec. of Health and Human Services (HHS). Contents of this report: (I) Introduction; (II) Health-Related Grounds for Exclusion: Legislative History; Communicable Diseases: Waivers of the Health Grounds; Vaccination Requirements; (III) Port of Entry Policies and Procedures: General CBP Procedures; The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Emergency Procedures; (IV) Select Contagious Diseases: H1N1 Virus (Swine Flu): Border Closing; Tuberculosis (TB). Appendices: (A) CDC Quarantine Stations; (B) CDC Technical Guidance. Table.
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