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Vishal Trivedi

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Gay Men's Health Crisis Inc

HQ Phone:  (212) 367-1000

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Gay Men's Health Crisis Inc

446 West 33 Street

New York City, New York,10001

United States

Company Description

Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) is the nation's leading provider of HIV/AIDS care, prevention services and advocacy, serving nearly 9,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in New York City, the epidemic's largest U.S. epicenter. As the world's first HIV and AIDS serv...more

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www.gothamgazette.com

Obtaining legal status through seeking asylum is not an easy task and it requires a lot of supportive material, according to Vishal Trivedi, project manager of the Immigration Project at Gay Mens Health Crisis, which provides direct legal representation as well as consultation.
"You have to submit the application within a year of your entry," Trivedi said. "The basis of asylum is either past persecution or a well-founded fear of future persecution. You can argue that because I am HIV positive, I was a target of persecution or it is likely I will become a target. I would be beaten, tortured or killed and there is no government protection." "The burden of proof is on the applicant," said Trivedi, adding that proof can include documents such as State Department reports, reports by Human Rights Watch, newspaper articles, scholarly study and eyewitness testimonies.


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Vishal Trivedi
vishalt@gmhc.org Immigration Project Manager Gay Men's Health Crisis, Legal Services Department


www.gmhc.org [cached]

"The final rule does not create a new regulatory scheme that would permit HIV-positive persons to enter the United States temporarily, nor does it change the law for HIV-positive immigrants already in the U.S., most of whom are barred from attaining legal status except in extremely limited circumstances," said Vishal Trivedi, Immigration Project Manager at Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC).
"HIV-positive immigrants would still be inadmissible under the new rule and subject to waiver requirements, including the need for a qualifying family member to support their application, and demonstration of private health insurance coverage," added Trivedi.


www.hwupdate.org

"Until Congress undoes this legislation, DHS may be limited in what they can do," said Vishal Trivedi, manager of GMHC's Immigration Project, "But if the White House was serious about protecting the human rights of people living with HIV, they could have invited legislation overturning the policy."For more information, or to submit comments about the fix by December 6, contact: Nancy Ordover at nancyo@gmhc.org/ 212-367-1240 or Vishal Trivedi and vishalt@gmhc.org.


www.gmhc.org

"Until Congress undoes this legislation, DHS may be limited in what they can do," explained Vishal Trivedi, manager of GMHC's Immigration Project, "but if the White House was serious about protecting the human rights of people living with HIV, they could have invited legislation overturning the policy."


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