Not enough information. You would be best served by a consultation with an experienced Immigration Attorney BEFORE to subject yourself to an interview.
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The applicant needs to consult with an experienced immigration attorney immediately. A conviction for possession of marijuana renders one inadmissible and therefore ineligible for permanent residence. The fact that it is a misdemeanor is irrelevant. A waiver is available under certain circumstances but whether the applicant is eligible cannot be determined from these facts.
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