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Old 03-30-2014, 08:47 AM
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Car Loan on Graduate Visa

Hello everyone,

Thank you so much to all senior members who answered my questions a couple of months ago!

I am now on a bridging visa for Graduate Visa Subclass 485. I'm only left with submitting Police Clearance from my country & it's on it's way!!

I have a question for you, am I eligible for a car loan while on Graduate Visa? I'm about to start a full time job soon.

Thank you!!


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Old 03-30-2014, 09:47 PM
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Hello everyone,

Thank you so much to all senior members who answered my questions a couple of months ago!

I am now on a bridging visa for Graduate Visa Subclass 485. I'm only left with submitting Police Clearance from my country & it's on it's way!!

I have a question for you, am I eligible for a car loan while on Graduate Visa? I'm about to start a full time job soon.

Thank you!!
If I was a loans manager my answer would be NO

485 is only a Temp Visa It lets you work in Australia temporarily after you have finished your studies.

Remember, you are borrowing $$$$$ seeking a loan for a Car, the Banks and Loan is 99.9% owned by Shareholders, who would expect to be paid for their loan.

You could be rejected for your PR Status and skip the Country.

Two sides to an issue.


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Old 03-30-2014, 11:22 PM
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Thank you very much for your advice Peter :-)

That's true what you said. I will wait until I get a PR :-)


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You can but you will more than likely be paying a very high interest rate, so you really need to think about it, will you earn good money or would public transport be more beneficial and cheaper?
https://www.carloans.com.au/guides/n...ent-car-loans/

http://www.maphomeloans.com.au/perso...-on-457-visas/

Cheers


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