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The USCIS says that immigrants with ties to legal marijuana, including weed industry workers and medicinal users, may be morally unfit for citizenship, despite record-high... [Read More]
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"Employment in the marijuana industry may constitute conduct that violates federal controlled substance laws," the USCIS said. [Read More]
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USCIS said "an applicant who is involved in certain marijuana-related activities may lack good moral character" even if it's legal in their state. [Read More]
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Marijuana possession, production and distribution, even in states where it is legal, will remain a barrier in many cases to immigrants hoping to gain US... [Read More]
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Marijuana possession, production and distribution, even in states where it is legal, will remain a barrier in many cases to immigrants hoping to gain US... [Read More]
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Las autoridades de inmigración dijeron el viernes que podrían negar las solicitudes de naturalización de cualquier persona que haya estado relacionada con cualquier aspecto de... [Read More]
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Even being associate with marijuana could count as a lack of "good moral character," according to USCIS. [Read More]
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A policy alert from the USCIS agency clarifies that smoking weed, even in states that've legalized it, can still be grounds for denying citizenship applications. [Read More]
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