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I am not in US, can I open account at your bank?
aga, not in US
February 22, 2015 04:15:30 PM
In reply to aga, not in US
Great having you here on TD Helps and thanks for your interest in banking with us, Aga! It's our pleasure to tell you more about this process.
First, if you're not a United States citizen or resident at this time, in order to open an account with us, you will need to visit us at a TD Bank Store. If you'll be in the U.S., for hours and locations take a look here: http://bit.ly/TDStores. You'll also be required to provide your U.S. address at the time of account opening.
If you do have a U.S. Social Security number, U.S. residential street address within our footprint from Maine to Florida and a valid Passport, you can also apply for any account with us online, using the links below. If the U.S. address you have is not within our footprint but you meet the other requirements listed here, you may call us on 888-751-9000 to open the account, or from outside the United States via phone at 1-856-751-9000, or collect with operator assistance from a land line phone by asking the operator to dial 1-215-569-0518.
We offer many different types of Checking and Savings accounts for your individual needs. To view and compare our checking accounts, visit http://bit.ly/1aDaRqd or use 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 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.
If you'll be visiting a Store, as a non-US Resident you will need to bring two forms of identification with you. One form of ID must be a valid non-US 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
- US Employment Authorization card with Photo, Signature and Expiration Date
- College ID with Photo
- Alien Registration Card with Photo
- Permanent Resident Card with Photo
Hope the information provided here is helpful and we're looking forward to talking with you again soon, Aga!
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
February 22, 2015 04:18:53 PM