When a U.S. Citizen goes through U.S. Customs from the U.K. do they check for any outstanding warrants?
Question by muse5878 : When a U.S. Citizen goes through U.S. Customs from the U.K. do they check for any outstanding warrants? U.S. Citizen living in U.K. coming back to the States and they have a recent “Bench Warrant” from Pennsylvania (imposed by the County Court for current and past due Child Support). They lost their job and are currently looking for work (thus, no child support for about 9 months). They can’t get a Visa to work in the U.K. (I don’t know if the warrant had something to do with that), so they are coming back to the U.S. to look for work.
Does anyone know the answer to that issue also … Would an outstanding warrant effect being able to get a work visa for the U.K.? They got a job there but couldn’t get the work visa. So, now they still have no job.
Either way how would they take care of this issue when they get back so that they don’t get arrested? What if they can’t afford a lawyer? Best answer:
Answer by Ed J
No I was in England last year. I had no questions or anything. just walked on through.
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