If you know anything at all about U.S. law, you probably know that it comes down hard on any sort of drug use. So what does that mean for a visa applicant who’s coming from a country with more permissive laws? Let’s take a reasonably likely scenario: You lived in Amsterdam for a while and smoked
Domestic violence convictions may, depending on various factors, make visa and green card applicants inadmissible due to the crime involving moral turpitude or matching the definition of an aggravated felony.
Although HIV was removed from the list of inadmissibility grounds in 2010, HIV positive applicants still face possible immigration challenges, especially when applying for a green card. Delays and inadmissibility due to lack of financial resources to pay for medical care are among the risks faced by HIV+ applicants for U.S. visas and green cards.