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Hair follicle test? After admitting drug used (2nd medical examination)

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Hi guys i just want to ask if the u.s embassy or the st lukes medical center used hair follicle test for testing after admitting drug used and have a second medical examination. Plsss help me

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7 minutes ago, Redheadguy03 said:

A lot of times you have to wait or they do a psychological test on you. Why are you so worried about a hair follicle test? It's highly suspicious if you ask me. 

Because it last 90 days in hair

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She has to answer honestly every single time. If she is caught in a lie, it can lead to a permanent ban. She can't change her story now because they already have her admitting to drug use on file.

 

She should do the right thing.


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Now I see why you asked the hair follicle question.......people who lie to immigration usually pay a severe price..sooner or later........I wouldn't risk it....honesty is the best policy.


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Just now, missileman said:

Now I see why you asked the hair follicle question.......people who lie to immigration usually pay a severe price..sooner or later........I wouldn't risk it....honesty is the best policy.

Thank youuu sir. Muchly appreciated because my mom is still lining to medical hospital now. She don’t know what to do

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2 minutes ago, missileman said:

Now I see why you asked the hair follicle question.......people who lie to immigration usually pay a severe price..sooner or later........I wouldn't risk it....honesty is the best policy.

We don’t have a lwayer to guide us

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2 minutes ago, Lieza16 said:

We don’t have a lwayer to guide us

She should just answer all the questions honestly......good luck.


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19 hours ago, Lieza16 said:

We don’t have a lwayer to guide us

You shouldn't need a lawyer to tell you to be honest... 

As already said never, ever lie, it is very likely to come back and haunt you


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Do you realize the danger she will place you and your family in if she gets the visa and continues her drug use when she is in the US? The fact that you would even consider that she should lie indicates that you are clueless as to the implications and potential for a return to drug abuse.

 

You should consider waiting until she is clean for several years before bringing her into your home.

 

And,  you should also consult an attorney.

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US gov't drug tests are urine, not hair. Don't know about St. Luke's. 


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