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Hi, my parents and I applied for a green card and we submitted our blood and urine samples a while ago. our green card interview is coming up. The thing is I very very stupidly smoked marijuana 4 days before we submitted my blood and urine samples and I did not know my medical exam was coming up. I tried to sweat as much as I could out of my body but I know for a fact that if they tested me for thc I will test positive. I am not a chronic smoker and haven't smoked since (2 months). I know that the uscis website says that they only run tests for stds and communicable diseases. Should I be worried? We have been waiting for our green card for 10 years and I don't want to screw it up for my parents because of my actions. What will happen? I don't have anything on my record. I have never been in trouble with the police either, unless you count the time I was pulled over for speeding but even then I didn't even get a ticket. I am very worried. I am living in the US right now. Also I think I should mention that I have only smoked 2 times in my life time.

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26 minutes ago, dingdong123 said:

I am not a chronic smoker and haven't smoked since (2 months). I know that the uscis website says that they only run tests for stds and communicable diseases. Should I be worried? We have been waiting for our green card for 10 years and I don't want to screw it up for my parents because of my actions. What will happen? I don't have anything on my record. I have never been in trouble with the police either, unless you count the time I was pulled over for speeding but even then I didn't even get a ticket. I am very worried. I am living in the US right now. Also I think I should mention that I have only smoked 2 times in my life time.

This will not affect your parents' cases (unless you are the principal applicant?). But will affect your case. On your application what did you answer for the relevant question:

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You violated federal law. If you lied on your application and they catch you - well, that's not good. If they test you for marijuana, you'll probably test positive. And that's not good either. Here's some good advice: Quit violating federal law when seeking federal benefits/rights/actions.

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Well all you can do is hop for the best. Some countries more then others check for marijuana usage. What did you answer at medical about uses. You say no you never used drugs and you test positive can really mess you up.


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Exactly. First, you must have admitted to use when asked. If you did not, then this is a material misrepresentation, which can include a lifetime bar (waivable via an I-601 hardship waiver).

 

It's possible they will detect the usage as well via urine.

 

1 hour ago, dingdong123 said:

Also I think I should mention that I have only smoked 2 times in my life time.

And you chose to make one of those times just 4 days before your immigration medical...?

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