Is there a problem, if I have a hypertension controlled on medication (as stated in the medical examination form) ? and will I deliver copies of the medical examination form at the port of entry just ...
i m international student who goes school here for 5 years now. i have been out of status ones before i dropped a class by mistake and i was picked up by immigration officers couple of months later ...
If you have residence in the U.S. then no. Some banks like Capital One and American Express have credit card application offers for both the U.S. and Canada. The individual credit card offers are sometimes a little different from country to country. Blue Sky Credit Card from American Express however, is available in both the U.S. and Canada. You need to make sure that you are on the correct country page of a site in order to apply. I hope I answered your question.
Only Canadian residents can apply for Canadian credit cards. You must have legal residency in Canada & credit rating build up in Canada to qualify for a credit card.
Or u can apply for Credit card in a Canadian Bank Operative in USA (just go to a branch for RBC or Scotia-bank etc. in ur town & apply, but it will be US credit card just issued by a Canadian bank in operation in USA).
A US citizen can apply for Canadian credit cards if he/she resides in Canada. They wont give you a credit card if you show in the application that you are living in the US.
Getting any dispute settled between the card issuer and card holder is a messy business as it is, they are not going to risk taking up a case across international borders (if a dispute arises i.e).