A lot of my clients are here in the good ol’ USA on a temporary worker visa. And they want to know if they can lease a new car – like this:
I am a foreign worker here in the USA on a visa. So I was wondering if I can still lease a new car when I’m on a visa? I have around 17-18 months left on my visa and I can extend the current visa for another 3 more years. Thanks.
In all the years I have been offering my KTL USA At-home Leasing System, I have never been asked for help for a denied lease to foreign workers.
In fact, I would bet 1 out of every 7 of my clients is from Eastern Europe – temporarily living on either the east coast or west coast here in the USA. And they have never reported a problem to me. Car sellers in California and New York regularly lease cars to foreign workers. With that said, a car seller in the middle of America will probably be confused about leasing to a new customer with a temporary worker visa.
I understand those with work visas find leasing a car is MUCH easier than financing a car. Because the credit requirements for most leases are less stringent than financing a car.
Here is the important part: the standard lease “term” is 36 months. Lease companies need to have the work visa last longer than the lease term. So I would extend your current visa for another 3 years as soon as possible.
The best part of using my new-car leasing system is we are in contact with dozens of car dealerships at the same time. So if one is unfamiliar with leasing to foreign workers – no problem… you just lease your car with another car seller.