Hello There , I am international students doesn't have ASSN . I had a lease for a room in TX for 6 months . I stay 3 months , then I moved to another state . I tried to break the lease , but they want to pay the other 3 months . So i left and didn't ask about my deposit , they have one month rent as deposit . They sent my an email last week for pay the money or they will send my paper to a collection agency . So I am little worry , does they can make some issues with the immigration . Thanks
I am only worry about returning to the Stats, I don't want to get a credit card or loan.
A private dispute like this has no immigration consequences.
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they can initiate a civil law suit against you for the collection of the owed money so to protect your name and credit you may want to settle with them
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Usually, the agency can start a lawsuit to collect the money due, so it is best that you hire a lawyer and settle the matter.
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That would be entirely up to the collection agency.
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