Opening a bank account in the US? Then you should know the banks that accept ITIN numbers instead of SSNs.
US Banks That Accept ITIN
Most US banks accept the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
The top 5 banks that accept ITIN are:
- Bank of America – (We help you get a personal and business bank account opened if you can’t come to the US)
- Well’s Fargo
Even smaller banks accept ITINs because it’s a legal tax ID issued to non-US citizens and foreigners who can’t get an SSN.
Every bank we open accounts with accepts the ITIN in place of an SSN.
If you can get your ITIN, you’re pretty golden when it comes to opening your account.
Start your ITIN application here: ITIN.com
ITIN Service for Non-US Citizens to Open a Bank Account
Obviously (as our domain says) we specialize in ITINs.
We help thousands of non-US citizens over the years to get their ITINs so they can open up their US bank accounts.
There’s no case we can’t handle if you do actually qualify to apply for an ITIN.
If you need an ITIN to open up your US bank accounts, first, let us reassure you that when you get the ITIN, you’ll be able to open up a US bank account.
Right now, we’re thrilled to announce that we also help you open your US personal and business bank accounts for you remotely.
If you are a foreign entrepreneur and you have a US business or simply need a personal account, book a free call with our bank director here.
What to do Next
What’s the first step? Get your ITIN, which is what we specialize in.
If you’re interested in signing up for our service, go ahead and click the link below to start your application.
Our team will go ahead and work with you on filling all the complicated paperwork from you.
Then, our CAA (Certified Acceptance Agent) will certify your documents so that you don’t have to mail in your original documents to the IRS.
If you have any other questions that you want to reach out to us directly, just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll be more than happy to help answer those for you as well.