What will happen to loans and credit cards for someone who is deported?

Asked on July 5, 2012 under Immigration Law, New York

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

The creditors of an individual who has been deported from the United States will expect payments to be continued to be made upon such debt by the debtor.

If the debtor fails to keep up with the monthly payments on this debt the creditors most likely will bring suit against the deported debtor to get paid on the obligation or assign the debt to a debt collection company.


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