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fannahindigo

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  1. Hello everyone, I am a student who recently moved to the States for a student exchange. I have lived in Europe all my life, but I am half American (I have dual citizenship of the US and the Netherlands). I have an American passport and a social security number. For a lot of things (like getting a checking account, credit card or even an apartment) I need to be able to confirm my social security number and/or obtain my current credit score. However, this seems impossible to do without entering a US address. I have tried websites like Credit Karma and Nerdwallet but all of them require the entry of a US address. I have never before lived in the US so I can't fill this in! Is there anyone out there with a similar situation, or at least with some advice on how to obtain my credit score? I can't be the only dual citizen who's never been a resident here! Thank you!

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