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Portland Main Branch
321 SW Sixth Ave Portland, OR 97204
4th and Montgomery Branch
1810 SW 5th Ave Entrance on SW 4th Ave Portland, OR 97201
2000 SW Morrison St Portland, OR 97205
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You’ll need a social security number, or a W-8BEN with supporting documents, and a valid form of identification. U.S. citizens can use a state-issued photo ID like a driver’s license, passport or state or military ID. Identification for non-U.S. citizens includes a foreign passport, visa or an I-9. A minimum opening deposit of $25 is needed to activate your account (once you’ve been approved). This can be paid with a prepaid, debit or credit card, a transfer from another U.S. Bank account or a transfer from another financial institution.
You must be 14 years or older to open a checking account. Those under the age of 18 must of a co-applicant.
An appointment with a banker allows you time to ask any questions you have. Some services such as notarizing documents require that you make an appointment. You can also get help with the mobile app, opening a checking or savings account, transferring money and more. When you book an appointment, you’ll select the date and time, the purpose of your visit and if you’d like to meet at the branch, over the phone or virtually.
U.S. Bank virtual appointments use two-way video streaming technology to support your banking and financial needs. Schedule a virtual appointment to enroll in online banking, download and set up the U.S. Bank Mobile App, discuss opening a new credit card, lending and business accounts, and more. Through a virtual appointment, you have the same face-to-face interaction that you would have in your local branch but without leaving your home. Schedule a virtual appointment for help with a wide range of tasks, such as enrolling in online banking, setting up direct deposit, ordering new debit cards and more.
What you’ll need will depend on the reason for your appointment. To start, bring proof of your identity, such as a valid driver’s license, state-issued photo ID or a valid passport. Find more specifics and get answers to other common questions under support for appointment scheduling.
Now, more than ever, you can do so much more than withdraw cash from an ATM. Most U.S. Bank ATMs let you check your bank account balances, deposit cash and checks, transfer money between accounts, make payments and reset your card PIN. If you just need to withdraw cash, you can even specify if you want large or small bills. Learn more and view video tutorials about U.S. Bank ATMs.
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