Smoke, Work With or Invest in Marijuana? You’re Banned from Coming Into U.S. and if Caught Lying, You Could be Banned for Life!
“Either stop travelling to the U.S. or get out of the business.”
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Executive Tdd Owen states the agency will continue to apply long-standing U.S. federal laws and regulations that treat marijuana as a banned substance — and participants in the cannabis industry as drug traffickers — who are inadmissible into the U.S.
If a traveler admits to past use of any illegal drugs, including marijuana, the traveler will be found to be inadmissible into the United States.
Canadians who work in the marijuana industry will not be permitted to enter the U.S. “If you work for the industry, that is grounds for inadmissibility,” Owen said.
Likewise, investors in marijuana companies are considered inadmissible.
Already, marijuana investors from other countries, such as Israel, have been denied entry into the U.S., he noted. CBP did not specify any minimum level of investment that could trigger a ban.
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