It’s extremely unlikely that you would face collections efforts for credit card debt if you moved to another country.
If you have assets in the United States, it’s possible that creditors could sue to recover against those assets, but if you haven’t engaged in fraud or other criminal activities, you probably won’t have to worry about being pursued overseas.
That said, leaving the United States seems like a major reaction to problems that can be solved here and with a minimum of hassle.
If your income isn’t meeting your obligations, there are ways to restructure your debt, or eliminate it entirely.
If you’re considering extreme measures for money problems, talk to the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino first. Call 718-599-1111 for a free consultation today.