My mom Received a SUMMON (CITATION JUDICIAL) from: Superior Court of California, North Valley District-Chatsworth Courthouse For a credit card debt of $8,748.39 Limited Case, on behalf of MIDLAND FUNDING, she is 62 years old, and since she couldn't find a job , she left to Spain where the cost of living is cheaper, and family members around to help, She is now in Spain and coming back every year to look for a job and keep her Green Card alive, - Last several years she has been making on a freelance work between $4200- $4400, She keeps filing her taxes regularly in the US, as to file for her retirement when the age permits, Since her income is less than what she needs to survive, she can’t pay the money she owes -She has NO properties, NO jewelry, NO Money or Assets, she will be coming back to US to apply for US citizenship sometime next year, however she doesn’t think she will be able to find any fix job,- She depends on help from some family members. Having in mind her not having any assets, what are the pros and cons not contesting to this summon.
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Thank you for very explicit explanation, just one more thing that worries us, does judgement, Bankruptcy or debt interfere in getting Citizenship?
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