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I just want to know with my situation if the credit card companies can get a judgment and take money out of my wife's account which is located in USA.
What do you think about me forming a corporation in Nevada (for example) with a nominee so nobody knows I own the corporation? I would use a USA bank and let the profits build up until I can repay my credit cards and of course pay the IRS the normal taxes on the c-corp.
We would like to return to America, but I would need more money to live on...and pay my debts.
My wife has a green card (she's a Thai citizen) from USA since she lived with me in Seattle for 3 years. If we stay in Thailand for over 1 to 2 years she may have difficulty getting another visa to return to America, but if we have continued connections with all our family members in America she can get another re-entry visa especially if we have a business in USA proving our intent to return to USA. That is another reason why I want to pay off our debts...so we can return debt free (except IRS). I am thinking a corporation may shield us from possible judgments so we can earn money beyond my ss and then pay back our debts.
What do you think about that?
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