U.S. Bank Account For Non Resident
When deciding on a U.S. bank account for non-resident you need to decide if you are willing to fly to the United States to open up the bank account either for yourself or your company, or if you would rather take advantage of a rare option to open up a U.S. bank account as a non-resident remotely.
If you are already going to the United States on vacation or to visit relatives then it is a no-brainer for you because you will be able to open up the account sometime during your vacation by going into a bank and opening up the account there. But you may not be able to get your account opened unless you take some precautionary steps before you go to the United States. Those steps for non-US. residents are revealed here.
On the other hand, if you are not planning on flying to the United States, then you will want to open up a U.S. bank account remotely. This will of course save you a couple thousand dollars or more versus flying to the United States to open up a non-resident U.S. bank account and spending money on hotel and airline costs. You will definitely want to stay home and open up a U.S. bank account for non-resident remotely.
It is impossible to open up a personal U.S. bank account for non-resident unless you go to the United States and appear in the bank in person so they can meet you and identify you. But it is possible to open up a bank account for a U.S. company remotely. That is the secret we reveal to you in our Open Bank Account Remotely For Non-U.S. Resident Package that you can find by clicking on the orange words above.
For only $525 you can get a U.S. company plus a bank account in the United States plus a payment processor account all opened up for you remotely as you assist the company in the United States by supplying the proper I.D. to get the U.S. company set up with a bank account in the name of your U.S. company and a payment processor tied to the bank account so you can accept payments for your U.S. based online business for a non-resident.