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Newbie to USA

Newbie to USA

  1. Anonymous

    Hi all
    My girlfriend has just started a 6 month secondment working in Chicago (we are both from the UK). As i’m sure you are aware, the sign up bonuses for credit cards for you guys in the USA are huge in comparison to the UK. I was wondering what the requirements are for a foreigner to sign up for a card in the USA would be? Is it possible straight away or are there any tips that she could follow to apply for a card in say a month or two?

    I appreciate this is unlikely but I didn’t want to miss such a great opportunity for us.

    Kind regards

    Ro

  2. MidSouthSkier

    She would need a US Social Security Number for starters.

  3. Gaurav

    [USER=7]@Tiffany[/USER] please merge with [URL]http://asklucky.onemileatatime.com/threads/newbie-to-the-usa.8839/#post-24719[/URL]

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