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Can non-British citizens open a bank account in the UK?
There’s no legal barrier to opening a UK bank account as a foreign national but each bank has its own products which come with different terms and conditions. Usually what is most important is your residence, rather than your citizenship. This means that you can often open an account if you live in the UK, regardless of your nationality.
Documents commonly used for proof of address:
• Recent household utility bill, such as gas, electric, or water – but not a mobile phone bill
• Credit card, bank or building society statement. Usually this must have been sent through the post to your registered address, not taken from online banking
• Valid driving licence – typically acceptable only if you did not use this to prove your ID
• Correspondence showing your National Insurance number, as well as your name and address, such as an HMRC tax bill or notification letter.