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A person moved out of the US with outstanding credit card debts and has been out of the country for about 3 years, leaving the debts unpaid. If they decide to move back to the US, will they have an problems with immigration? What other problems can they expect shortly after their arrival?


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Unless their is fraud involved {using a false ID, etc.} to obtain credit you'll have no trouble with immagration. It's a civil matter. It'll be the same ole sameo. Collection agencies will eventually find you and you'll deal with them. Or, in your absence, creditors may have obtained a judgement.

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