Amer Citz Abroad to help expats with banking needs

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After years of lobbying US government officials over the problems that American expats have been having in being able to get bank accounts and mortgages while abroad, the American Citizens Abroad organisation is partnering with the State Department Federal Credit Union (SDFCU) to provide such expats with US-citizen-friendly banking services. The ACA said it had developed the ACA/SDFCU Account, as it is called, in cooperation with the SDFCU. It is designed to give ordinary American expats a full range of banking services without their needing to provide either a US address or be affiliate...

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