Hi Everyone I need some help. I just got back from Jamaica I went with my 14 year old step son to his IV interview I am his sponser. The problem began at his medical the doctor asked if he ever smoked gonja and he being truefull said yes he did try it about a year ago but he only did it that once. They then did a drug test and it came out negative. At the interview the woman asked this child about his smoking and he told her that it was a year ago that he had tryed it and he hasent done it since. She started grilling him and she kept aksing him the same question (you smoke at least once a month right)he told her no mam but now she was saying come on admit it you must smoke at least once a month. he said no mam I only did it one time a year aga. she didnt let up on my step son untill she had him so scared and confused that he said yes mam that he smokes once a month because thats what he thougt she wanted him to say. She then gave him a paper that said he can't be issued a visa because section 212(a)(1)(A)(iv) use of a controlled substance I want to know if this can be appealed or can I apply for a waiver. It dose'nt seem right to me that a child would be punnished for telling the truth. again he did test negtive . I have a big problem with the way she treated him Pres. Bush admits that he tryed pot he still has his job. But a 14 yr.old good student a child who never got into trouble is now bared from the United States untill 2010. Thank You for any insite you can give me in this matter.