This is my situation. I am living in England. I left Hong Kong in August 2005 with a bank loan of HK$80,000 and an unpaid credit card of about HK$30,000 totalling between HK$110,000 and HK$150,000. This is about 8000 pounds. It's your guess how much it is now after interest and charges. I had to leave Hong Kong suddenly due to the break up of my marriage and trying to rebuild my marriage here.
Now I have to return to Hong Kong in April to sort out property issues with regard to my divorce. So, that's about 2 years 8 months since I left Hong Kong.
Will I be stopped on entering the airport at immigration control? Does anyone know anything about debt collection procedures in Hong Kong? Will my details have been passed to immigration control so they can intercept me at the airport? I want to avoid any potential embarrassment at the airport. Once through, I can sell some assets there and pay them back.
Thanks in advance for any advice.