Studying inside the United States is expensive and after all of the family funds, scholarships, and other “free” money available to you has been accounted for, sometimes it’s still not enough. Loans are a great way for international students to fill the gap when trying to fund their education, but one hurdle that often stands in the way is finding a cosigner. Most loans available to international students require a cosigner that is a US citizen or permanent resident, has lived in the US for the past two years and has good credit. Finding a cosigner that will meet this criteria can be challenging and puts a halt to many students being able to apply for a loan.
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