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I have an employment offer from an agency deploying nurses to US. I'm afraid they will terminate my contract once they discovered my condition. Do I need to worry about my case?
When you filled out your application forms, do you remember answering any questions about HIV status or communicable diseases?
I would review all the documentation you've submitted and signed.
The point is as long as they don't care, or that they didn't bother asking about HIV status, or that you didn't mislead them in any way that led them to offer you employment, then you should be in the clear.
They may not test for HIV as past of your immigration medical exam but when you land in the U.S. and commence employment your employer may screen you for HIV, Hep B, as part of their pre-employment processes (along with MRSA screening and vaccination history).
If you are concerned about legal ramifications, then the appropriate course of action would be to consult a lawyer.