What is an Immigration Bank Letter?
JPMC Customers may request a US Immigration Bank letter to assist with meeting US Immigration application requirements. The letter will only include the specific account information outlined below on JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA letter head.
- Account Owner
- Account Type
- Last 4 digits of account number (full account number will not be provided)
- Open Date
- Current Balance
- 12-month average balance
NOTE: Deposit activity can be found in Chase Bank account statements. Requestors should consult with their attorney or the immigration office to determine requirements.
How can I send a request?
For faster processing, please access the web-based network of our vendor, Billing Solutions, Inc. at www.bankvod.com/immigration to send your request and sign an authorization form.
What information is required for a requestor to receive an Immigration Bank Letter?
These are the mandatory requirements to receive an Immigration Bank Letter:
- Customer first and last name
- Email address (Email address must match your Chase.com profile)
- Account Type (Checking, Savings, Money Market, or CD)
- Account Number
NOTE: We won't complete requests with only name and/or email address.
How long does it take to complete a request?
Your request will be emailed to you within 3-5 business days.
Can the bank send the letter to another address or contact?
New and outstanding requests can be delivered to the address or email address listed on your account. These requests can't be addressed to and/or mailed to third parties, (embassies, immigration offices, etc.).
If you have questions or don't have access to a computer, please go to a local banking center or call us at 1-800-550-8509. We are available Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 9 PM Eastern Time.