ironfist wrote:question about USA/ROC dual C.
If I open an account with my other citizenship (not US) in USA. And later I get divorced or lawsuit or bankrupted or anything like that. Can they get to that account? I think they can't because it's another person' account pretty much. But if they can link you then maybe they can? anyone actually got experience in this and know the answer? What will they ask if you wanna open a bank account in USA with a foreign passport or ID? USA address? ID I guess?, will they check the visa too? because I won't enter USA with that passport...I will enter US with USA passport.thanks guys.
You will need to give the bank your Social security number when you open the bank account. Since you are a US citizen, you have a social number, which they will want. If you try to open an account with a foreign passport, they will want an individual Taxpayer identification number, which is only for non-US citizens. However, if you tried to apply for one, you would be lying to the US government since you already have a SSN.
You can read up it here, But probably best not to try to defraud a country where the biggest crime is not paying your taxes.
http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Internat ... mbers-(TIN)
An ITIN, or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, is a tax processing number only available for certain nonresident and resident aliens, their spouses, and dependents who cannot get a Social Security Number (SSN). It is a 9-digit number, beginning with the number "9", formatted like an SSN (NNN-NN-NNNN).
To obtain an ITIN, you must complete IRS Form W-7, IRS Application for Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (PDF) . The Form W-7 requires documentation substantiating foreign/alien status and true identity for each individual. You may either mail the documentation, along with the Form W-7, to the address shown in the Form W-7 Instructions, present it at IRS walk-in offices, or process your application through an Acceptance Agent authorized by the IRS.