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Credit Cards for New Arrivals

Every year 1.1 million people move to the U.S. from another country. This includes people who arrive to work in what the U.S. government calls “specialty occupations.” What these new arrivals have in common is no credit history in the U.S., which makes it very hard for them to get a credit card. CreditStacks is a startup that sees an opportunity to offer credit cards to newly arrived specialty workers as well as foreign-born students who have graduated and remain in the country in well-paying jobs. The company believes the pool of applicants who could immediately be considered as prime ...

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March 2018
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