I changed your practice area on your posting to "Immigration" since this is an immigration question and not a criminal law question.
If you want to become an American citizen then it would be a great idea to lay off the pot.
Best of luck.
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Guidelines and procedures for the deferred action policy will be released within the next couple of weeks; however according to the original memo, eligibility (among other factors) is for people have not been convicted of a felony offense, a significant misdemeanor offense, or multiple misdemeanor offenses, and meet other key criteria.
Talk to an attorney in person so he/she can review your criminal dispositions.
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You're probably not going to be eligible because even 1 drug possession charge is likely too many to qualify for DA. Add 3-4 possession charges and it's probably a slam dunk denial and your case could also get referred to ICE to begin removal proceedings against you.
Try to stay out of trouble and good luck.
-Sanjay Paul, Esq.
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It appears that you will in all liklihood be inelgible and that you are deportable and inadmissible to the United States. You should speak to both a criminal and immigration attorney right away so that you can investigate whether these arrests/convictions can be vacated. The fact that they are misdemeanors is of no consequence. Its is more a concern that it is drugs.