While marijuana possession and use continue to become legal in many U.S. states, either for strictly medicinal purposes or for any purpose at all, it can still be a basis for denial of immigration benefits, such as temporary visas, legal permanent residency, and/or naturalization, or for revocation of existing immigration benefits.  This can even be true where the possession and/or
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For those of you interested in the intersection of marijuana and religious freedom, the Ninth Circuit has determined that the seizure of cannabis used by
Continue Reading The Week in Weed: April 8, 2016