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March 17, 2015 08:52:23 AM
In reply to Marcelo, Cordoba
It is a pleasure to have you join us here on TD Helps, Marcelo.
We appreciate you considering TD Bank for your financial needs and would be glad to explain what is necessary to open an account if you're a Non-U.S. Resident. Please know that you will need to stop by one of our TD Bank locations when you visit in order to open the account. For hours and locations take a look here: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
Once you are ready to visit a Store, as a Non-U.S. Resident you will need to bring two forms of identification with you. One form of ID must be a valid Non-U.S. Passport or Visa with photo and the second form of valid ID you may select from the list below:
- Employment ID with Photo and Signature
- State Issued ID or Driver's License with Signature
- Foreign Driver's License with Photo
- U.S. Employment Authorization card with Photo, Signature and Expiration Date
- College ID with Photo
- Alien Registration Card with Photo
- Permanent Resident Card with Photo
You may wish to review the products we offer before you stop by – we have many different types of Checking and Savings accounts. To view and compare our Checking accounts, visit http://bit.ly/1aDaRqd or check out our Checking Selector Tool http://bit.ly/1vW1xnU for help selecting a Checking account that is the best fit for you. To view and compare our Savings account products, click on http://bit.ly/1pJT9I9, or if you prefer, we also have a Savings Selector Tool http://bit.ly/1vW1DvM which can help you choose the best Savings account for your needs.
Additionally, you're more than welcome to deposit foreign currency into your TD Bank account. Please know that TD Bank accepts ARS paper or check currency; however at this time we do not accept any foreign coins. We invite you to review some further information below that may be helpful prior to making this deposit.
Please know that foreign currency deposits should be made with a Teller, not mailed in or deposited through an ATM. Also, if depositing a check, the international check must have an equivalent value of at least US $100.00. For conversion rates used for currency conversions, the rates are provided by TD Bank traders; we do not use rates printed by third parties in newspapers or published online. The conversion rate applied will be on the day that the check is received and processed in our Foreign Check Collection Department. You may obtain the currently available exchange rates by connecting with our TD International Services Team at 888-BNG-INTL (888-264-4685) or you can send them an email by visiting here: http://bit.ly/1pvwJIu. Some fees may apply to foreign currency conversions and for more information please review our current Fee Schedule here: http://bit.ly/1cTejgt. Please note – fees are subject to change.
Also, please know that foreign currency deposits may take longer to become available than standard deposits and there are some exceptions that may cause additional delays in funds availability; we invite you to look at our Personal Deposit Account Agreement here: http://bit.ly/1kb17UQ. On pages 38-41 you can find our standard Funds Availability Policy with information about when you should have access to your funds. And, for check deposits made from Non-U.S. Financial Institutions in particular, you can find some helpful information on Page 41.
We hope this info helps and have a great day Marcelo!
Brian M., Mount Laurel
March 17, 2015 09:01:54 AM