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What would happen if an illegal immigrant filed bankruptcy and then left the country?

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2006-02-24 16:58:37
2006-02-24 16:58:37

A person within the U.S. illegally has limited legal rights therefore, a bankruptcy petition is not possible. Persons found to be unlawfully present for 1-12 months will be subject to deportation and barred from applying for legal entry for 3 years. Persons found to be unlawfully present in the U.S. for 12 months or longer are subject to deportation and barred from applying for reentrance for 10 years. Persons violating immigration laws who are apprehended by authorities are not eligible for bail and will be held in federal confinement until the trial date.

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