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If you are an illegal alien and your car is repossessed can they come after you for the balance of the note if you return to Mexico?

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2011-09-12 21:42:12
2011-09-12 21:42:12

I doubt it and serves them right for having sold something to an illegal alien in the first place.

AnswerAnyone can go after anyone else in a court of law for anything they want. So I guess the quick answer is yes they can go after you. What you are asking is can they collect once you run and hide in another country. More than likely not. But when you come back to the good ol' USA and try to get another car loan you'd better have another one of those fake ssn numbers other wise you will show up on the radar scope again and we will hunt you down and find you.

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