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Immigrants' Access to Financial Services

By Michael A. Frias

Most foreign-born Hispanics who send money home to Latin America regularly do not have a bank account, and immigration status and lack of documentation are the principal reasons for not having one. Banks have to consider alternative forms of identification if they intend to reach "unbanked" immigrants.

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