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A foreign country cannot force you to pay a judgment that has been given over in that country while you are in the US. The only way to do this is if the holder of the foreign judgment files suit in a proper court in the US and then the court which will determine whether to give effect to the foreign judgment or not. The Peruvian judgment there cannot affect your possessions here including your house and your car unless that happens. If you went to Peru it could be different and they may have a way to force to you pay. For that you would have to speak to a Peruvian law expert. I am an immigration law expert here in the US and can only answer questions as it pertains to the US. Again, they cannot enforce the judgment from Peru here in the US and cannot force you to pay anything UNLESS he comes here and get a US court to recognize it and enforce it.
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