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NSW Left Outstanding Debt in Australia - What Happens When I Return?

Discussion in 'Debt and Bankruptcy Law Forum' started by Cat13, 5 January 2016.

  1. Cat13

    Cat13 Member

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    I have approx $20K CC debt outstanding. I left Australia a couple of years ago and haven't been back since. I was contacted by an agency for about 8K and have been paying that off.

    It looks like I might have to return to Australia for a few days for a business meeting and I wanted to know what to expect? As I still owe at least 12K and haven't been contacted for over 18 months. Will I be arrested at the airport? If they have made me bankrupt, will I be able to leave again?

    I fully intend to repay everything but too much credit and losing a job put me in a bad place I'm trying to get out of but I'm worried about this new job and the possible impact of my return.
     
  2. CathL

    CathL Well-Known Member

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    Hi Cat,

    How did you go with this? If you were paying the debt off on a payment plan, then hopefully that should have been fine.
     
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