How to open a bank account as an international student

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How to open a bank account as an international student

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  • As an international student in Canada, opening a bank account is relatively quick and simple.

  • Just make sure to do your research so that you pick the right bank and account to meet your needs.

  • Prepare the right documentation ahead of time so that you can open your bank account in one quick visit.

  • If you need additional help, both banks and your academic institution should offer advice for international students who want to bank in Canada.

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Ben Bejster
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Ben Bejster

Ben is a freelance writer and law student at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. He previously worked in various marketing positions before launching his own content writing agency.

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