The divisive rhetoric regarding immigration being used by a presidential candidate (who shall remain nameless) may render very real consequences in the present, even if he is not elected in November. Truth be told, I consider myself neither qualified nor sufficiently informed to speak directly on the matter of immigration policy. However, I would like to draw your attention to a relatively small, but nonetheless important, facet that shouldn’t be overlooked when engaging in discourse on immigration: the impact that fears over immigration status can have on HIV/AIDS testing and linkage to care among at-risk immigrants living in the United States.