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comment Open Banking account in the US for a foreign traveler
There's a 500$ initial limit on initial reloading. And on the whole it wasnt a pleasant experience for me and they needed an SSN
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comment Open Banking account in the US for a foreign traveler
That's a useful option, thanks!
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Thanks, the answert was useful. I guess there is no best answer in this case. "It depends" I guess.
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comment Open Banking account in the US for a foreign traveler
@simon Well typically local currency denominated credit cards have a surcharge ( which goes up to 3.5% and the exchange rates they used are much above the market rate). If you travel with USD currency and can deposit it in a bank, you minimize the risk of travelling with huge wads of cash and get all the flexibility which comes from using a CC/DC.
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comment Multiple US Visas
@Karlson I wanted to know if an issuance of F-1 visa automatically invalidates the B1/B2 visa. I dont want to have any issues at the port of entry because of this.
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