Moving overseas - taking citi with you

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trippin_the_rift

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Has anyone had experience with switching their citibank card to another country/maintaining credit limits and so on similar to the amex global transfer?
 

coolsteps

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A citigold relationship manager is meant to assist in thoery if you have one, but i found its best to contact citibank in the country you are moving too to find out first hand what their requirements are as their local credit laws will still applies. at the very least you can use the citibank credit history in AU to assist you in applying overseas but you still need to have residency status and proof of local income /employment etc ie for thailand you can use a big time deposit in a bank in thailand after 6 months as proof of income but you still need to have residency status to qualify. good luck btw which country are you moving to? some are easier then others depending on your visa status etc, good luck and keep us posted.
 

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Sold my business last month and a lot of opportunities in Asia have popped up recently.

So many options when you're unemployed!!
 
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