N26 account with no residency

I am a UK citizen currently living in Australia, about to start a digital nomadic lifestyle where I am not going to be a tax resident of any country. Is it still possible to get an N26 account given that I do have a UK address I can send mail to?

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Sure, you just need real address (in UK) where N26 will send your brand new card. Citizenship and residency doesn’t matter.

I am an Australian living digital nomad life. I have a work address in UK and got a Monzo debit MasterCard. I highly recommend Monzo.

To get a European address for N26 to send your physical card to, I use Clevvermail.com, for 3-4 Euros /month depending where you choose, you get a virtual mailbox that Clevvermail will accept. You can then get the card forwarded by Clevvermail to wherever you happen to be in the world, or do a physical collect. Worked for me

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It redirects to (at least from here it does): https://www.clevver.io/ thanks for posting your suggestion - Very helpful :slight_smile:
Update: For others looking into the suggestion from @sgupton - I believe this is the page: https://www.clevver.io/solutions-for-digital-nomads-and-freelancers/

Hello and good morning! A question: if you’re Venezuelan or Colombian can you also have an account with N26?

Colombian passports are accepted as ID, but you also need an address in Europe/UK or permanent residency in the US.

Note: In the future, please write in English. No other languages are allowed on the forum, so I translated your post for you.

Does n_26 allow that?

As I said, worked for me. During my “know the customer” interview with N26 they never asked me any details about where I resided etc, I suspect its a “you have a Euro address, dont ask, dont tell” approach

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I’m trying to do that, but you still need a tax number from any of the short country list

Not sure what you mean by short country list - at that point in the process I put that I was (truthfully) tax resident in NZ and provided my NZ tax number. Just checking in my profile now and seems I can add another tax residency from any country, the list doesnt seem restricted. In short, they dont seem to care where you are tax resident, just where to send the card

I mean this. There’s a list of countries where you can obtain the account from.
Either way, you can be a citizen and tax payer of a longer list of countries, you have to be resident on those from the shortlist

You don’t have to be resident in those countries, you just have to provide a mailing address in one of them. N26 never asked me where I resided during the application procedure, only where I was tax resident, and where they should send my card. I gave them a French address, used my Irish passport for identification, and said I was taxable in the UK.

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Exactly. So if you dont have a mailing address use Clevver or more recently I have used ukpostbox for a UK address (although they are a bit fiddlier to deal with)

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