Modern banking, made for immigrants

Passbook is an immigrant's bank account in the US. No long lines. No unfair fees. No SSN required.

“I have never seen anything like it. This sounds like it would make banking super simple, super excited to try it out.”

Alejandro P., Mexico

Changing banking, one fee at a time

Foreign transaction fees

Minimum balance fees

Monthly maintenance fees

Card replacement fees

Overdraft fees

You’ve never seen a Visa® Debit card like this

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“Having the flag on my card is amazing. The card design is also very attractive.”

Marc S., Philippines

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“Sending money was already easy with Remitly and now you guys have taken this to another level!”

Vaibhav N., India

Send with Remitly, get cash back

Get $2 cash back on every transfer when you send money internationally using Remitly and use your Passbook Visa® Debit card as the payment method.

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“Passbook does not exclude me just because I’m not from the United States.”

Moises R., Mexico

No SSN? No problem.

We accept ITIN, passports, and other foreign government-issued IDs if you don’t have an SSN.
We've got your back:International students on an F-1 or M-1…Workers on an H1B, TN, J1, L1…

New product. Same mission.

Since 2012, Remitly has helped millions of immigrants send billions of dollars across borders reliably and affordably. Now we aim to make banking more accessible and affordable for immigrants.

“I travel abroad to Mexico and Philippines since I have family there and this sounds like an answer to all my international banking problems.”

Christopher L., Mexico

Goodbye banking fees

Goodbye “SSN required”

Goodbye “US citizens only”

Hello Passbook

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