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Student loan from US bank to non citizen for study in the UK

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I've lived in the US for 10+ years and have a great credit history as well as a green card holding family member who is willing to be a co-signer. What are my options for obtaining a US student loan for study outside the country? I've looked around and haven't been successful in finding cases like this so I'm hoping some of you might chip in with advice. Thank you!

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