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Immigration Loan

Applying for an immigration service can be challenging. For many, the greatest obstacles are the fees. Fortunately, Nix can help you cover the costs of application fees as well as fees related to other expenses like preparation services and classes. The Immigration Loan can help to cover Citizenship, Green Card renewals, DACA, DAPA, TPS and many other immigration services. Use the Nix Immigration Loan to pay your fees directly to service providers — while you pay it back with affordable payments.
There are two Immigration Loans to choose from. Take a look and see which is best for you.
The naturalization process can be lengthy and costly. At Nix Lending we are here to help. Our Immigration Loans can cover application fees, classes and other related costs.
GET STARTED Immigration Loan Qualification Requirements Legal Disclosures Membership requirements apply. Qualified borrowers will receive payment instruments that are made payable to Service Providers; subject to loan approval. Application fee is due at the time member applies for the loan. A security deposit check may be required prior to processing the loan. Loan provided by Kinecta Federal Credit Union available at Nix locations. There is no cash-out option with this loan. Only one small dollar installment loan product may be opened at a time. Immigration Loan Plus (Loan 28) limited to 3 loans in a rolling 6-month period. Nix is a subsidiary of Kinecta Federal Credit Union. Deposits at Kinecta Federal Credit Union are Federally Insured by the NCUA.

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