Yes, you can get a credit card without an SSN or ITIN, but only in very rare cases. If you are residing in the U.S. and you have a foreign passport, you can use that to apply for a credit card from American Express, Bank of America or Citibank. All other major credit card companies will require either an SSN or ITIN.
Keep in mind that if you don’t have an SSN and you are authorized to work in the U.S., you can apply for one, which will make you eligible to apply for any credit card. If you file U.S. taxes but aren’t employed in the U.S., you can apply for an ITIN, which many issuers accept.
SSN, ITIN and Passport Acceptance by Credit Card Issuer
Yes, Capital One does accept ITIN for credit card applications. Keep in mind that, to be eligible for a Capital One credit card, you also have to be at least 18 years old, as well as meet specific residency, income, and credit requirements.
Yes, you can apply for a credit card with an ITIN. In fact, seven out of the ten largest credit card companies accept credit card applications without a Social Security Number. One of the best credit cards that you can apply for with an ITIN is the Capital One Platinum Credit Card. This card has a $0 annual fee and accepts applicants with limited credit.… read full answer
Some of the Best Credit Cards You Can Apply for With an ITIN
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