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    Have you heard about this Filipino immigrant who was examined in his country by an immigration doctor? He confessed to the doctor that he had been using marijuana since he was 17 y/o but quit smoking when he was 23. He was given visa to enter USA but was revoked when he sat forth in this country. The reason because he was telling the truth. So I'm just wondering, if he did not say anything to the doctor he could have been one of those who have GC by now.Damn if you do and damn if you don't.If you have a skeleton in your closet make sure that you won't open that pandora's box.

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    Have you heard about this Filipino immigrant who was examined in his country by an immigration doctor? He confessed to the doctor that he had been using marijuana since he was 17 y/o but quit smoking when he was 23. He was given visa to enter USA but was revoked when he sat forth in this country. The reason because he was telling the truth. So I'm just wondering, if he did not say anything to the doctor he could have been one of those who have GC by now.Damn if you do and damn if you don't.If you have a skeleton in your closet make sure that you won't open that pandora's box.

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      What's going on? He is not a criminal and at least he is telling the truth. I thought there is a doctor- client confidentiality. Why did he/she turned him in? Doctors are just like lawyers , they protect their clients.

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        The guy was examined FOR the INS by an IMMIGRATION DOCTOR, to see if he was eligible for entry. There is no doctor/patient privilege in that case. If there were, it would be like saying, if an immigrant has AIDS or some other disease, the immigration doctor shouldn't tell anyone so he could enter anyway.

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        • #5
          Bars_on_, if one has AIDS the immigration doctor would find it himself, sero test, didn't he? Or r u suggesting that the doctor could not properly do his jo

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          • #6
            Unlucky, you don't think that the use of an illegal substance is a crime? The purchase, sale, distribution and/or use of marijuana is a crime.

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            • #7
              In America, yes, it is a crime, Linda.

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