Which credit unions allow international students (F1 Visa on OPT) to get a consolidated loan with no cosigner?

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    Most banks and credit unions won’t give you a student loan without a cosigner (U.S. citizen). If you are on your own, your best bet is to get a personal loan. Consolidating or refinancing options for international students are not available because of U.S. regulations. A few credit unions give a personal loan without a co-signer only if you have a long-term visa, a great income, and established an account with that credit union for a few years.

    It doesn't hurt to try various options and if you follow these tips to get a loan without a cosigner, sooner or later you will find an option. But keep in mind that it will take time. Building a good credit history generally takes months or even years before you are eligible for a loan at U.S. citizens focused banks/lenders.

    We are the only company that evaluates comprehensive risk profile of international people on F-1/H-1B/O-1 etc. to give them loans without a cosigner or a collateral. Students and graduates from 250+ universities and 50+ different countries have taken loans to reduce their interest rates, save money, and make their life simple. Some were able to finish their school because we gave them a loan when no one else would. Here’s what they have to say on Facebook.

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