Can I go to bank with a check with a invalid ID?
My permit expired in December 2019 (I still have it). I have a financial aid refund (from college) as a mailed check. I want to go to my bank to put the amount in my card/savings. Will I need to provide an ID. I don't have a college ID.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Of course you can go to the bank. They just won't cash your check.
- ibu guruLv 73 months ago
Deposit the check directly to your existing account. And renew or get new govt-issued photo ID. You need it & should never have allowed it to expire! You knew when it would expire & had plenty of time to earn the money to pay for it.
- MSLv 73 months ago
You usually do not need ID to make a deposit. But that varies by bank policy.
- A.J.Lv 73 months ago
You can deposit the check. Rules for funds hold of deposits apply. You do not get access to the money right away typically.
Everyone should have a valid ID.
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- GypsyfishLv 73 months ago
I don't see how you can have a financial aid refund if you are not enrolled in college, and EVERY college issues student IDs. I don't know if the teller will notice that your permit has expired, but I hope you're not trying to get away with something.
Most of us have an online bank app and deposit our checks that way.
- Bobby JimLv 73 months ago
If you are putting depositing the check into your own account, in your own local bank, there should be no problem. Hopefully the tellers know you from previous visits. But more importantly, why don't you have a valid ID ? ! If you don't have a drivers' license, your local DMV can issue you a "non-driver's ID." Be a grown up for a change!
- kevinLv 63 months ago
to deposit you don't need ID if you already have an account.