Here is my question: we bought a car and gave back our old car in exchange, 3 weeks ago. We drive the car since then. We just received a letter the bank for financing our lease, we got refused because our credit history in the States is too short (we are Canadians, have been here for 2 years). The finance director says he doesn't want to finance us because our working visa expires in 12 months. We gave him a letter from our employer's HR stating we are on a process to obtain a Green Card (permanent residency) and if the said GC isn't obtained before TN expires, said TN will be renewed for 3 years. The car loan is on 36 months. Can we unwind this car deal? What are our rights?
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