Immigration Issues/Credit History on Green Card Application
Thanks for the answer Robert! I have another follow up question though. I was wondering if you know what would happen, if I can't pay them the amount I owed. I know it will hurt my credit history for sure, but what other actions thay would take? and what leads to criminal conviction? How do they decided? And how can I appeal if I was being charged? Thanks for your help!
I owed the credit card company money and was unable to repay them, I was wondering if in the future, if I ever going to obtain my permanent resident status through marriage, will the bad credit history affects the application process? Thanks a lot!
NO - BUT YOUR SPOUSE WILL AHVE TO SHOW PROOF OF BEING ABLE TO SUPPORT YOU OR YOU WILL NEED A CO-SPONSOR. THE ONLY WAY YOUR CREDIT HISTORY WOULD HURT YOU IS IF YOU GOT A CRIMINAL CONVICTION FROM IT FOR FRAUD OR SUCH.
They can sue you and obtain a judgement against you and seek to have your wages garnished or your assets forclosed upon.
It is not a criminal thing unless there is fraud involved like forging someone's signature or using a phony credit card.