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Passport and driver license for proof resident
I have passport and driver license that show my residence details in English language. So, can I use passport for government identification and use driver license for proof residence?
If I can't, my utility bill is Thai language that I guess you do not have Thai translator. What should I do for proof residence?
ps.I'm Microlot member.
Hello razerqq, and thank you for you post! On behalf of myself and everyone here at FXCM, welcome to the forum community!
What am I going to need to turn in order to open an account?
FXCM requires a copy of the following for each named account holder that would like to do business with us:
1. A photocopy of one form of a non-expired, government issued photo ID.
Your identification must clearly indicate your full name, date of birth, and expiration date. The name on the government issued photo ID must match the name on the FXCM trading application. All documents that contain an expiration date must be valid, unless stated otherwise. Examples include:
2. A proof of residence showing your name and home address, as indicated on your application, dated within six months.
Please note that we are unable to accept any statement or bill that has not been received in its entirety. Information such as the billing name and address must be visible, as well as the company that has issued the bill. Your document must not be folded. Payment stubs are not acceptable, as they display limited information. Confidential information, such as an account number(s), may be removed at your own discretion. P.O. Boxes are not acceptable under any circumstance. Anything that has your name and physical address on it will suffice. Examples include:
Even if the utility bills for your physical address are sent to a PO Box, it will normally have the service address somewhere on the bill. You may submit your documents as scanned images (JPG, GIF, DOC, PDF—no password protection please) to our New Accounts department at the email address below that corresponds to the type of account you have:
If for any reason you are not able to use anything that has your name and physical residence on it please follow up with me directly and we will work with the operations department to see what we can do based on your situation.
Please click here for more information about how to open an account with FXCM.
If I turn in both a passport and a driver's license, will that suffice for my supporting documentation?
Yes it will. As long as all of the information on your passport and driver's license matches, then turning in both will fulfill the supporting documentation requirement to open an account. Your driver's license will suffice as your government issued photo identification and your passport will suffice as your proof of residence.
Thank you again for your post razerqq! Please feel free to post with additional questions or contact me directly at email@example.com
Originally Posted by razerqq
Last edited by Julius at FXCM; 01-23-2013 at 08:47 PM.
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