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I am an international student in the States and I have come to realize that I cant get by without opening an account in the States given that America still depends on checks to pay bills such as house rent and electricity, etc. I have read a little bit online about TD student Checking and was wondering if it would be possible to open an account online as an international student? The closest TD bank is not in walking distance from my school and transport is rather hard to come across.
Sarah, West Chester
June 25, 2015 03:00:05 PM
In reply to Sarah, West Chester
Thanks for coming by and considering TD Bank, Sarah.
At this time, if you are a non-US resident, in order to open an account with us, you will need to visit us at a TD Bank Store. For hours and locations near you, take a look here: http://bit.ly/TDStores. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
We offer many different types of Checking 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 with selecting a checking account that is the best fit for you!
As you were inquiring about our TD Student Checking account, if you are a full-time student and is under the age of 24, you may be eligible to open a Student Checking Account with TD Bank. To qualify, you must have proof of enrollment (Student ID or a Tuition Payment Receipt). Also, with the Student Checking Account, no minimum deposit is needed to open the Account. For more information on the Student Checking account, please visit http://bit.ly/S8Vejp. Once you have a TD Student Checking Account then you can also qualify for a TD Simple Savings Account with no monthly maintenance fee when linked to your Student Checking Account. For more information on our TD Simple Savings Account, please take a look here: http://bit.ly/1cDNIR3.
Once you are ready to visit 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 non-US passport and the second form of 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
We also recommend connecting with the Store directly for any additional information that may be needed for the account opening process.
We hope this helps and please have a great day!
Yen D, Mount Laurel
June 25, 2015 03:01:23 PM