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HI everyone i need help and advice,, i petition my husband last may 2014 now, he has a medical exam at st.lukes manila everything is ok but the psychiatrist ask him if he EVER use drugs and he say YES...he said he used drugs before which is last 2006.... now im so stress out i dnt knw what to do can you guys help me :crying: .......he supposed to have an interview in u.s embassy manila this coming june 4 but the psychiatrist say the my husband need to come back at june 9 for another interview in st. lukes so we reschedule his interview in u.s embassy

can you guys pls give me advice

thank you and God bless :dancing:

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HI everyone i need help and advice,, i petition my husband last may 2014 now, he has a medical exam at st.lukes manila everything is ok but the psychiatrist ask him if he EVER use drugs and he say YES...he said he used drugs before which is last 2006.... now im so stress out i dnt knw what to do can you guys help me :crying: .......he supposed to have an interview in u.s embassy manila this coming june 4 but the psychiatrist say the my husband need to come back at june 9 for another interview in st. lukes so we reschedule his interview in u.s embassy

can you guys pls give me advice

thank you and God bless :dancing:

Your husband will either be approved anyway with no problem, or he will get a one year ban and he will have to prove again that he is drug free before the visa will be issued.

Similar threads here, worthy to read:

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/456572-husband-admitted-to-marijuana-use-in-medical-exam-advice-and-experiences-please/

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/373327-admitted-drug-use-redo-medical/

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/530546-admission-of-past-drug-use-st-lukes-medical-center-manila/

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Hi my husband have deseme problem like you VICTORIADL. He has a medical exam last MAY 20 AND 21 2015 and he went to psychiatric exam and admitted that he used shabu before 9 year ago. now the dr said that he needs to come back at june 9 2015 to do another psyc exam. on june 4 he has a visa interview at u.s embassy but his not gonna fisnish his medical until june 9 so we need to reshed his visa interview at us embassy. im so worried and so stressed out and i cant stop thinking about it what can we do... i hope everthing is gonna be ok.. i always pray to god and give us a another chance... now i read your story and im still hoping that he pass everthing...

thank you and god bless u guys

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Hi Loucel22,

Great to know that my post somehow has given you hope. If youre husband is in full remission and his psych test turns well - you will have no issue at all. My husband only took one test and he has been very proactive in asking the Doctor if everything was okay and if his admission would not affect our visa approval. The doctor was very kind enough to tell him that his result is good and theres no need to worry. If all your documents are in order - you'll get it for sure.

We've secured our IV and were all set to fly by 1st week of July.

Whats your visa type? and can you elaborate more the kind of admission your husband made? Is he in full remission?

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HI EVERYONE... im the petitioner of a CR-1/I-130 . since my husband papers are all set and ready for u.s embassy interview at june 4. he decide to go to st.lukes medical exam 2 weeks before his interview in us embassy. When he went there at st.lukes everything is ok everything is NEGATIVE except the psychiatric interview, the doctor asked him if he EVER USE DRUGS (SHABU)????? he said YES and it was 9 yrs ago (2006).....SINCE HE ADMITTED THAT HE USED DRUGS BEFORE ITS THAT AUTOMATICALLY DENIED?......Im so stressed out i cant stop thinking about it

can anybody tell me who has a desame experience like my husband during the medical exam

thank you for whoever sharing thier experience :crying::crying::crying::crying:

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It is not an automatic denial (and every country is a little different, some embassies are stricter than others), but they probably will want a further psychiatric investigation. What we often see here is a delay of one year, during which the beneficiary has to undergo drug tests a few times to check he remains clear.


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