All foreigners are required to perform HIV testing at a State laboratory within 10 days after entry. All stays beyond 10 days require an HIV-test. Diplomats are excluded from these regulations.
It is unclear if a positive test would still lead to immediate deportation (as it was communicated by the Embassy in 1999).
Iraq does not allow visitors with HIV/AIDS to enter the country. At this time, there is no waiver available for this ineligibility. However, please inquire directly with the Embassy of Iraq before you travel for any changes.
The testing includes Hepatitis B/C, as well as HIV. If a negative test is not presented within 10 days after entry, a fee of 50US$ has to be paid. The compulsory testing is being discussed higher level and hopefully will soon be changed.
For updated information, please go to: www.hivrestrictions.org