I reported my ex husband for having a medical marijuana card. It is expired but was valid two years ago for a whole year. I went as far to send immigration a copy of his prescription, complete with his photo id/ medical cannabis information. He has been a complete nightmare and it seems no matter what I do in court, he gets away with so much. He abused me for the duration of the marriage and when I left him, he quit his job and tried to claim child support from me. He made 135k a year when I left him, now he claims 25k, yet walks around wearing brand new suits, wants to take lavish vacations, and can afford to live comfortably. My question is, what can I expect to happen from here on out?Maybe you misunderstood the point of my post, What are the consequences for having a marijuana card when you are not allowed to do drugs or have drugs in your possession and how would that affect someone's permanent resident card status?
If he has a legitimate medical prescription for the medical marijuana, I'm not sure how much that would impact on him to the extent you desire immigration-wise. It sounds like you need a good divorce lawyer who will fight hard.
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This is a divorce issue.
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