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Hello dears ,

I would love to get an insight about a situation that is bothering me so much.

My interview for IR immigrant visa is ready and I have to do the medical exam before..

I was in Amesterdam recently my husband US citizen and we have consumed cannabis , as brownies and also smoked .

I know on the medical exam they do blood test, I'm wondering if the check just for HIV and siphilis or other stuff lik THC ( cannabis )...

Well if the doc ask me if I ever consumed drugs , I will say no ( a white lie ) ...

My police records are clean , my medical record are clean , never been admited for any abuse of it kind

I will apreciate your feed backs before going into the medical exam

thanks

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There is no "white lie" when it comes to immigration. There is only lying.

Yes they check for everything. Consumption of cannabis is a 1 year ban. LYING about using cannabis and being found out will lead to a lifetime ban.

Search the forum and you will see cases of people on here that are currently going through a ban for past use of drugs.

DO NOT LIE!


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absolutely do not lie. tell the truth. i am wondering if they check for drugs in the bloodstream or just the basic blood test


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They only test blood for syphilis, not for cannabis use.


Applying for IR-1 (American man & Polish woman residing together in Poland):

January 2011 - met in USA

Sep 28, 2013 - wedding in Poland

USCIS:

Sep 23, 2015 - mailed I-130 package to Chicago lockbox

Oct 05, 2015 - received NOA1 via email; case routed to CSC

Oct 13, 2015 - received hardcopy of NOA1 mailed to Poland

Nov 3, 2015 - I-130 approved (29 days from NOA1)

Nov 12, 2015 - received NOA2 via snail mail

NVC:

Dec 3, 2015 - case number and IIN assigned

Dec 7, 2015 - NVC welcome letter received via e-mail

Jan 2, 2016 - DS-261 submitted

Jan 13, 2016 - husband moved back to USA to find a job

Jan 19, 2016 - AOS fee paid

Jan 26, 2016 - IV fee paid

Feb 6, 2016 - DS-260 submitted

Feb 16, 2016 - AOS and IV packages sent to NVC

Feb 17, 2016 - NVC received and scanned AOS and IV packages

Mar 19, 2016 - CEAC shows 3 x N/A so it looks like our CASE is COMPLETE!

Mar 30, 2016 - case complete email and interview email 2-in-1

CONSULATE:

Apr 26, 2016 - medical exam

May 10, 2016 - interview at the Embassy in Warsaw, Poland - result: APPROVED!

May 11, 2016 - IR-1 visa issued (on my husband's b-day!)

May 16, 2016 - visa in hand (delivered by TNT courier)

POE:

Jul 23, 2016 - POE: Chicago O'Hare

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Ive seen people who are in their 40's and used "WEED" as a young teen 13 or so and were banned from the US .. Im wondering is their any kind of test they do that can go way back several years to prove you have ever used anything??? Or are the test they do only able to detect but so far back?

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