The document used as proof of address must contain your current residential address and be clearly dated as some documents should not be older than 3 months. You can provide one of the following documents:
Bank statement, mortgage statement or credit card statement issued by a bank (3 months or less old);
Utility bill for electricity, gas, water supply, home Internet, cable TV, or landline telephone (3 months or less old);
Tax bill, valid for 1 year;
Any government-issued correspondence;
Current lease agreement that has both your and landlord’s signatures.
We don’t accept:
Mobile phone bills;
Receipts for purchases;
Please note that:
The document must be no older than 3 months, except the lease agreement, and must be printed on an official form;
The document must contain your full name (the same as on your ID document);
When taking a photo, make sure that the address, date of issue, and all corners of the document are within the frame;
The document cannot be the same as your ID document;
We accept both photos of paper documents and uploaded electronic documents in PDF.
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