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AAdvantage Visa Infinite with Banco Popular

AAdvantage Visa Infinite with Banco Popular

  1. Peter B

    I was curious if I could sign up for Banco Popular’s AAdvantage Visa Infinite card if I maintain a residence in Puerto Rico but also mainly reside in New York. This would be in addition to already having the Citi and Barclaycard AAdvantage cards.

  2. MidSouthSkier

    I would think if you meet the requirements for signing up for the card you could have it in addition to the US-based cards.

  3. Peter B

    [QUOTE=”MidSouth Skier, post: 27658, member: 184″]I would think if you meet the requirements for signing up for the card you could have it in addition to the US-based cards.[/QUOTE]
    Yeah but they’re not very clear on what exactly the residency requirement is. Like do I just need a local address that they can send the card too? Do I need a bank account registered there? Because my driver’s license is from NY State and that’s what I will provide them for ID. I reside in NY but I also maintain a residence there as well. I’d like to apply for it but I don’t wanna take the hit if I’ll fail on the residency part.

  4. MidSouthSkier

    Ah, I see. Well for that you’d need to clarify with them.

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