Bankruptcy and Immigration
Bankruptcy and Immigration are two topics that often intersect in the United States. For immigrants, bankruptcy can provide a fresh start on their finances, but it is important to understand the implications of filing for bankruptcy as an immigrant.
When considering filing for bankruptcy as an immigrant, it is important to note that all immigrants are eligible regardless of status. Even those with pending applications or green cards can file for bankruptcy protection if they meet certain criteria. However, some immigration-related debts such as fines incurred due to an immigration violation cannot be discharged through personal bankruptcy proceedings. Furthermore, non-citizens who intend to leave the country may find themselves unable to do so due to remaining outstanding debt even after completing a successful Chapter 7 or 13 filing.
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