Shmucher Law, PL | Ofer Shmucher
Yes, there are no citizenship requirements when it comes to filing for bankruptcy. You can be a citizen, a permanent resident, a green card holder, a visa holder, or anything else and you will still be able to file for bankruptcy.
Answer Applies to: Florida
Indianapolis Bankruptcy Law Office of Eric C. Lewis | Eric Lewis
If you have a social security number, you, as an individual, can file for bankruptcy relief.
Answer Applies to: Indiana
Bankruptcy Law Office of Robert Weed | Robert Weed
Yes. In my experience before 9/11 they didn't even care if you were illegal. After that they did, at least for a while. But filing bankruptcy with a green card doesn't affect you bankruptcy; it doesn't affect your green card; it doesn't affect your path to becoming a citizen. No problems there.
Answer Applies to: Virginia