Identification Number:
GN 02402 TN 119
Intended Audience:See Transmittal Sheet
Originating Office:DCBFM OFPO
Title:Direct Deposit - Title II and Title XVI
Type:POMS Transmittals
Program:Title II (RSI),Title XVI (SSI),Disability
Link To Reference:
 

PROGRAM OPERATIONS MANUAL SYSTEM
Part GN – General
Chapter 024 – Checks
Subchapter 02 – Direct Deposit - Title II and Title XVI
Transmittal No. 119, 01/17/2019

Audience

PSC: BA, CA, CCRE, CS, DS, ICDS, IES, ILPDS, IPDS, ISRA, PETE, RECONR, SCPS, TSA, TST;
OCO-OEIO: BIES, BTE, CCRE, CR, CTE, FCR, PETL, RECOVR;
OCO-ODO: BTE, CCE, CR, CST, CTE, EHI, LCC, LSC, PAS, PCS, PETL, RC, RCOVTA, RECONR, RECOVR;
FO/TSC: CS, CS TII, CS TXVI, CSR, CTE, FR, OA, OS, RR, TA, TSC-CSR;

Originating Component

OFPO

Effective Date

Upon Receipt

Background

This is a Quick Action Transmittal.

International Direct Deposit (IDD) service is a joint effort between our agency and the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (FRBKC). Per SSA policy regulations all International Direct Deposit (IDD) policies must have the SSA-1199 forms linked.

 

Summary of Changes

GN 02402.368 Coding San Marino Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

Subsection G, we removed the PDF and replaced it with the SSA-1199 form link.

 

GN 02402.377 Coding Romania Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

Subsection G, we linked the SSA-1199 form.

 

GN 02402.383 Coding Sierra Leone Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

Subsection A, we linked the SSA-1199 form.

 

GN 02402.396 Coding Montenegro Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

Subsection B, we linked the SSA-1199 form.

 

GN 02402.403 Coding Tanzania Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

Subsection B, we linked the SSA-1199 form.

 

GN 02402.409 Coding Taiwan Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

Subsection B, we linked the SSA-1199 form.

 

GN 02402.425 Coding Senegal Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

Subsection B, we linked the SSA-1199 form.

GN 02402.368 Coding San Marino Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

This section describes how to code bank data for international direct deposit (IDD) of Title II benefits to a financial institution (FI) in San Marino. The Social Security Administration (SSA) stores IDD bank data on the MBR in the same fields used for United States (U.S.) direct deposit. Special coding identifies the data as a San Marino direct deposit and allows us to route benefit payments through the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (FRBKC) and the processor bank in San Marino to the beneficiary's local FI.

NOTE: U.S. domestic (i.e., non-border) field offices (FOs) should not attempt to process an IDD request for this country. U.S. domestic FOs must forward all appropriate information to Office of Earnings and International Operations, Division of International Operations (OEIO, DIO) for processing (For more information on forwarding IDD information, see GN 02402.205C, GN 01010.255, and GN 01702.310C).

A. How we receive IDD bank data

We receive requests to input bank data by mail, phone, or fax in the following formats:

  • a blank check;

  • an International Direct Deposit Signup Form for San Marino (SSA-1199-OP38) (For a link to this form see GN 02402.368G in this section); or

  • any document that contains the required banking information.

NOTE: If upon receipt of the information, there are any discrepancies, follow instructions in GN 00203.020 and GN 02402.025.

B. Multi-country contract

The processing FI in San Marino has a prefix of 71 at the beginning of the Routing Transit Number (RTN).

C. Overview of IDD for San Marino

The beneficiary must provide complete information to DIO or the Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) for input. DIO will fax incomplete forms to the FBU that serves San Marino. The FBU contacts the beneficiary or FI for additional information.

D. Description of San Marino IDD bank data

The data for coding IDD for San Marino comes from the International Bank Account Number (IBAN) provided to the beneficiary from his or her FI. The IBAN is 27 characters. However, the bank data reflected on the MBR consists of 26 characters, including the country code of “C” for San Marino.

E. Policy for coding San Marino bank data

The FRBKC relies on SSA to provide the complete bank data to ensure correct posting of payments to a customer’s account. If the information is incomplete, the FRBKC rejects the payment and returns the funds to SSA. When establishing or changing IDD, you can use an SSA system to code bank data for San Marino (i.e., Modernized Claims System (MCS), Manual Adjustment Credit and Award Data Entry (MACADE), etc.). However, you must go to ITS.gov to enter the full IBAN and Society for Worldwide Internet Financial Telecommunication-Business Identifier Code (SWIFT-BIC). If the complete bank account information is not in ITS.gov when the payment processes, the payment rejects and returns to SSA. When using ITS.gov, bank data posts to the MBR within four business days.

The SWIFT code consists of 8 to 11 alphanumeric characters. When an eight-digit code is present, it refers to the primary office:

  • First four characters - bank code (only letters)

  • Next two characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)

  • Next two characters - location code (letters and digits) (passive participant have "1" in the second character)

  • Last three characters - branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office) (letters and digits)

1. Initial award processing

Secure IBAN and SWIFT-BIC coding from the beneficiary at the time of filing. The FBU inputs an initial IDD claim if the beneficiary elects the option of direct deposit. All initial IDD claims for San Marino taken by an FBU require input into ITS.gov and an SSA system (i.e., MCS, MACADE, etc.) on the same day. You must complete all initial claims taken by the International Benefits Office (IBO). All initial claims taken by the IBO involving IDD for San Marino also require input into ITS.gov and an SSA system (i.e., MCS, MACADE, etc.) on the same day.

NOTE: If there is dire need or hardship involved, advice the beneficiary of the option of initiating payment via a paper check. Inform the beneficiary that the bank may charge for cashing the check. If the beneficiary chooses the option of paper check, the FBU documents and processes the initial claim.

2. Adding or updating bank data using SSA systems

All changes to direct deposit information for San Marino require input into ITS.gov and an SSA system (i.e., Post Entitlement Online System (POS), MACADE, etc…) on the same day on the same day. Enter all POS direct deposit changes according to normal procedures. When coding IDD bank data in an SSA system for San Marino within four business days of the current operational month (COM) cutoff date, use the procedure outlined in the following:

STEP

ACTION

1

Are you coding an initial claim?

If yes, go to step 3.

If no, go to step 2.

2

Is the beneficiary's address on the MBR in a foreign country (PCOC = 8)? If no, STOP.

REASON: The MBR does not accept the International Direct Deposit (IDD) information unless the address is in a foreign country.

If yes, go to step 3.

3

Is the beneficiary's account a U.S. dollar account in San Marino? If yes, STOP.

REASON: Beneficiaries in San Marino can only receive IDD payments in Euro accounts.

If no, go to step 4.

4

To derive the nine-digit RTN for San Marino, code as follows:

  • Code the prefix of 71, (the multi-country prefix SSA and FRBKC designated to use for IDD to San Marino).

  • Code the five-digit Bank code.

  • Code the first digit of the Branch code.

  • Code the one-digit check code (obtain through Title II Interactive Comps)

NOTE: The final digit is the U.S. check digit code and is subject to change. Obtain check digit code through the Title II Interactive Comps from the Main Menus 07/Sub Menu 16.

5

Code the Type of Account as an “S” for savings or a “C” for checking. If no indicated account type, use a “C” for checking account.

6

To code the Depositor Account Number (DAN) for San Marino, code as follows:

  • Start with a country code of C designated for San Marino.

  • Code the last four digits of the five-digit branch code.

  • Code the 12-digit Customer Account Number.

NOTE: SSA sends IDD payments for San Marino in Euros to local FI accounts.

7

All IDD payments made in Euros must include the applicable IBAN and SWIFT-BIC codes. Technicians must code this information in ITS.gov and an SSA system (i.e., MACADE, MCS) on the same day.

F. Example of coding San Marino direct deposit

The customer provides us with a signup form for San Marino containing the following information: IBAN SM86U0322509800000000270100

NOTE: The first two characters of the IBAN are “SM,” which represents the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) country code. The third and fourth characters of the IBAN are the IBAN check digit. The technicians should never code the IBAN country code or check digit to the MBR. The sixth through tenth characters of the IBAN represent the five-digit bank code. The next five characters represent the five-digit branch code. The last 12 characters of the IBAN represent the 12-digit account number.

1. Derive the RTN as follows

  • Code the prefix of 71;

  • Code the five-digit bank code “03225”;

  • Code the first digit of the five-digit branch code “0”

  • Code the one-digit check code (i.e., 2) (obtained from the Title II interactive Comps from the Main Menus 07/Sub Menu 16); and

  • Code the type of account as a “C” for Checking or an “S” for Savings. If no account type indicated, use a “C” for Checking.

2. Derive the DAN as follows

  • Code Start with a country code of “C” designated for San Marino;

  • Code the last four digits of the five-digit branch code “9800”; and

  • Code the 12-digits of the bank code “000000270100”.

3. Coding in ITS.gov reflects

IBAN: SM86U0322509800000000270100 SWIFT: Full code (ex. BASMSMSM)

The technician obtains the following:

RTN: 710322502

Checking

DAN: C9800000000270100

The coding in an SSA System reflects:

DIRECT DEPOSIT ROUTING TRANSIT NUMBER: 710322502

ACCOUNT TYPE (C/S): C

DEPOSITOR ACCOUNT NUMBER: C9800000000270100

CANCEL DIRECT DEPOSIT (Y):

DIRECT EXPRESS (Y):

The MBR reflects the following information:

RTN-710322502 DAN- C9800000000270100

G. Exhibit of form SSA-1199-OP38

To view this form click on: SSA-1199-OP38.

GN 02402.377 Coding Romania Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

This section describes how to code bank data for international direct deposit (IDD) of Title II benefits to a financial institution (FI) in Romania. The Social Security Administration (SSA) stores IDD bank data on the MBR in the same fields used for United States (U.S.) direct deposit. Special coding identifies the data as a Romanian direct deposit and allows us to route benefit payments through the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (FRBKC) and the processor bank in Romania to the beneficiary's local FI.

NOTE: U.S. domestic (i.e., non-border) field offices (FOs) should not attempt to process an IDD request for this country. U.S. domestic FOs must forward all appropriate information to the Office of Earnings and International Operations, Division of International Operations (OEIO, DIO) for processing. For more information on forwarding IDD information, see GN 02402.205C, GN 01010.255, and GN 01702.310C.

A. How we receive IDD bank data

We receive requests to input bank data by mail, phone, or fax in the following formats:

  • a blank check;

  • an SSA-1199-OP99 (International Direct Deposit Signup Form for Romania) (For the link to the form see GN 02402.377G in this section); or

  • any document that contains the required banking information.

NOTE: If upon receipt of the information, there are any discrepancies, follow instructions in GN 00203.020 and GN 02402.025.

B. Multi-country contract

The processing FI for Romania has a prefix of 71 at the beginning of the Routing Transit Number (RTN).

C. Overview of IDD for Romania

The beneficiary must provide complete information to DIO or the Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) for input. DIO will fax incomplete forms to the FBU that serves Romania. The FBU contacts the beneficiary or FI for additional information.

D. Description of Romania IDD bank data

The data for coding IDD for Romania will come from the International Bank Account Number (IBAN) provided to the beneficiary by his or her FI. The IBAN for Romania consists of up to 24 characters. The bank data for Romania reflected on the MBR consists of up to 27 characters including the country code of Q for Romania.

E. Policy for coding Romania bank data

The KRBKC relies on SSA to provide the complete bank data to ensure correct posting of payments to a customer’s account. If the information is incomplete, the KRBKC rejects the payment and returns the funds to SSA. When establishing or changing IDD bank data for Romania, you can use an SSA system (i.e., Modernized Claims System (MCS), Manual Adjustment Credit and Award Data Entry (MACADE), etc.). However, you must go to ITS.gov to enter the full IBAN and Society for Worldwide Internet Financial Telecommunication-Business Identifier Code (SWIFT-BIC). Also, be sure to enter the beneficiary’s full name and address. Do not code the RTN in ITS.gov processing, as ITS.gov will propagate this information. If the complete bank account information is not in ITS.govprocessing when the payment processes, the payment rejects and returns to SSA. When using ITS.gov, bank data posts to the MBR within four business days.

The SWIFT code consists of 11 alphanumeric characters:

  • First four characters - bank code (only letters);

  • Next two characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters);

  • Next two characters - location code (letters and digits) (passive participant have "1" in the second character); and

  • Last three characters - branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office) (letters and digits).

1. Initial award processing

Secure the full IBAN and SWIFT-BIC coding from the beneficiary at the time of filing. If you are working on an initial award, you must update ITS.gov processing using the bank account information prior to processing the award to ensure that the beneficiary receives his or her payment. If the complete bank account information is not in ITS.gov processing when the payment processes, the payment rejects and returns to SSA.

NOTE: If there is dire need or hardship involved, tell the beneficiary of the option of initiating payment via a paper check. Inform the beneficiary that the bank may charge for cashing the check. If the beneficiary chooses the option of paper check, the FBU documents the initial claim.

2. Adding or updating bank data using SSA systems

You must update ITS.gov processing on the same day if you use an SSA system to add or update bank data on the MBR (i.e. Post Entitlement Online System (POS), MACADE, etc.). Enter all POS direct deposit changes according to normal procedures. When coding IDD bank data in an SSA system for Romania within four business days of the current operational month (COM) cutoff date, use the procedure outlined in the following chart:

STEP

ACTION

1

Are you coding an initial claim?

If yes, go to step 3.

If no, go to step 2.

2

Is the beneficiary's address on the MBR in a foreign country (PCOC = 8)? If no, STOP.

REASON: The MBR does not accept the IDD information unless the address is in a foreign country.

If yes, go to step 3.

3

Is the beneficiary's account a RON account in Romania? If no, STOP.

REASON: Beneficiaries in Romania can only receive IDD payments in RON accounts.

If yes, go to step 4

4

The RTN is 710000044 for all IDD to Romania. SSA and KRBKC have designated 71 as the multi-country prefix for Romania IDD. The 4 in the RTN represents the U.S. check digit code for all IDD accounts in Romania. Therefore, there is no need to obtain the check digit code from Title II Interactive Comps.

5

 

Code the Type of Account as an “S” for savings or a “C” for checking. If no indicated account type, use a “C” for checking account.

6

Code the Depositor Account Number (DAN) for Romania as follows:

  • Start with a country code of Q designated for Romania

  • Code the Customer Account Number (up to 16 digits).

7

You must enter to the full IBAN, SWIFT, beneficiary’s full name, and beneficiary's full address into ITS.gov ITS.gov on the same business day. Do not code the RTN in ITS.gov, as ITS.gov will propagate this information.

If you do not have access to ITS.gov, ask a co-worker who has access to update the required information into ITS.gov KRBKC will need all of this information in order to process the IDD payment. When this information is not available, KRBKC will reject the payment and return it to SSA.

F. Example of coding Romania direct deposit

The customer provides us with the IBAN RO49AAAA1B31007593840000

NOTE: The first two characters of a Romania IBAN are “RO ,” which represents the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) country code and the third and fourth characters of the IBAN are the IBAN check digits. The technicians should never code the IBAN ISO country code or the check digit to the MBR. The next four characters of the IBAN represent the 4-digit bank code. The last 16 characters represent the 16-digit account number.

  1. 1. 

    Derive the RTN as follows

    • Code an RTN of 710000044

    • Code the type of account as a “C” for Checking or an “S” for Savings. If no account type indicated, use a “C” for Checking.

  2. 2. 

    Derive the DAN as follows

    • Start with a country code of Q designated for Romania;

    • Code the 16-digit Account Number “1B31007593840000”

    The technician obtains the following:

    IBAN RO49AAAA1B31007593840000

    The coder will obtain the following:

    RTN: 710000044

    Checking

    DAN: Q 1B31007593840000

    The coding in an SSA System reflects:

    DIRECT DEPOSIT ROUTING TRANSIT NUMBER: 710000044

    ACCOUNT TYPE (C/S): C

    DEPOSITOR ACCOUNT NUMBER: Q1B31007593840000

    CANCEL DIRECT DEPOSIT (Y):

    DIRECT EXPRESS (Y):

    The MBR reflects the following information:

    RTN-710000044 DAN- CQ1B31007593840000

G. Exhibit of form SSA-1199–OP99 IDD Enrollment Form for Romania

To view this form go to SSA-1199-OP99.

GN 02402.383 Coding Sierra Leone Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

This section describes how to code bank data for international direct deposit (IDD) of Title II benefits to a financial institution (FI) in Sierra Leone. The Social Security Administration (SSA) stores IDD bank data on the MBR in the same fields used for United States (U.S.) direct deposit. Special coding identifies the data as a Sierra Leone direct deposit and allows us to route benefit payments through the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (FRBKC) and the processor bank in Sierra Leone to the beneficiary's local FI.

NOTE: U.S. domestic (i.e., non-border) field offices (FOs) should not attempt to process an IDD request for this country. U.S. domestic FOs must forward all appropriate information to the Office of Earnings and International Operations, Division of International Operations (OEIO, DIO) for processing. For more detail on IDD requests and forwarding information, see to GN 02402.201, GN 02402.205, GN 01010.255, and GN 01702.310C.

A. How we receive IDD bank data

We receive requests to input bank data by mail, phone, or fax in the following formats:

  • Blank check;

  • SSA-1199-OP67 (International Direct Deposit Signup Form for Sierra Leone) or

  • Any document containing required banking information.

NOTE: 

If upon receipt of the information, there are any discrepancies, follow instructions in GN 00203.020 and GN 02402.025.

B. Multi-country contract

The processing FI in Sierra Leone will have a prefix of 68 at the beginning of the Routing Transit Number (RTN).

C. Overview of IDD for Sierra Leone

The beneficiary must provide complete information to DIO or the Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) for input. DIO will fax incomplete forms to the FBU that serves Sierra Leone. The FBU contacts the beneficiary or FI for additional information..

D. Description of Sierra Leone IDD bank data

The data for coding IDD for Sierra Leone comes from banks determined by the FRBKC. The bank data for Sierra Leone consists of 29 characters. However, the bank data on the MBR will reflect 27 characters including the country code of H.

E. Procedure for coding Sierra Leone bank data

The FRBKC relies on SSA to provide the complete bank data to ensure correct posting of payments to a customer’s account. If the information is incomplete, the FRBKC rejects the payment and returns the funds to SSA. When establishing or changing IDD bank data for Sierra Leone, you can use an SSA system (i.e., Modernized Claims System (MCS), Manual Adjustment Credit and Award Data Entry (MACADE), etc.). However, you must go to ITS.gov to enter the following information:

  • account number;

  • account ownership;

  • account type;

  • beneficiary address;

  • bank code

  • country;

  • enrollment status;

  • first and last name of the beneficiary;

  • payee indicator; and

  • Society for Worldwide Internet Financial Telecommunication-Business Identifier Code (SWIFT-BIC).

1. SWIFT-BIC code obtained from the FI

The SWIFT code contains a minimum of 8 characters and a maximum of 11 characters:

  • First four characters - bank code (only letters);

  • Next two characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-two country code (only letters);

  • Next two characters - location code (letters and digits) (passive participant have "1" in the second character); and

  • Last three characters - branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office) (letters and digits).

2. Initial award processing

If you are working on an initial award, you must update ITS.gov using the bank account information prior to processing the award to ensure that the beneficiary receives his or her payment. If the complete bank account information is not in ITS.gov when the payment processes, the payment rejects and returns to SSA.

3. Adding or updating bank data using SSA systems

You must update ITS.gov on the same day if you use an SSA system to add or update bank data on the MBR (i.e. Post Entitlement Online System (POS), MACADE, etc.). Enter all POS direct deposit changes according to normal procedures. When coding IDD bank data in an SSA system for Sierra Leone within four business days of the current operational month (COM) cutoff date, use the procedure outlined in the following chart:

STEP

ACTION

1

Are you coding an initial claim?

If yes, go to step 3.

If no, go to step 2.

2

Is the beneficiary's address on the MBR in a foreign country (PCOC = 8)? If no, STOP.

REASON: The MBR does not accept the IDD information unless the address is in a foreign country.

If yes, go to step 3.

3

Is the beneficiary's account a SLL account in Sierra Leone? If no, STOP.

REASON: Beneficiaries in Sierra Leone can only receive IDD

payments in SLL accounts.

4

To derive the nine-digit RTN for Sierra Leone, code as follows:

  • Code the prefix of 68, (the multi-country prefix SSA and FRBKC designated to use for IDD to Sierra Leone),

  • Code the 6-digit bank code,

  • Code the1-digit check code (obtain through Title II Interactive Comps)

NOTE: The final digit is the U.S. check digit code and is subject to change. Obtain check digit code through the Title II Interactive Comps from the Main Menus 07/Sub Menu 16.

5

Code the Type of Account as an “S” for savings or a “C” for checking. If no indicated account type, use a “C” for checking account.

6

To code the Depositor Account Number (DAN) for Sierra Leone, code as follows:

  • Start with a country code of “H” designated for Sierra Leone

  • Code 16 digits of the 18-digit Customer Account Number

7

You must take action on the same business day to update the full DAN and SWIFT into ITS.gov, along with the information listed in the introduction of GN 02402.383E in this section.

If you do not have access to ITS.gov, ask a co-worker who has access to update the required information into ITS.gov . FRBKC will need all of this information in order to process the IDD payment. When this information is not available, FRBKC will reject the payment and return it to SSA.

F. Example - Coding Sierra Leone Direct Deposit

The customer provides us with a signup form for Sierra Leone containing the following information:

Bank Code: 123456

Account Number: 123456789012345678

1. Derive the RTN as follows

  • Code the prefix of 68.

  • Code the six-digit bank code “123456

  • Code the one-digit check code (i.e., 4) (obtained from the Title II interactive Comps from the Main Menus 07/Sub Menu 16);

  • Code the type of account as a “C” for Checking or an “S” for Savings. If no account type indicated, use a “C” for Checking.

2. Derive the DAN as follows

  • Start with a country code of “H” designated for Sierra Leone; and

  • Code 16 digits of the 18-digit Customer Account Number “1234567890123456”

The technician will obtain the following:

RTN: 68123456 4

Checking

DAN: H1234567890123456

The coding in POS will reflect:

DIRECT DEPOSIT ROUTING TRANSIT NUMBER: 68123456 4

ACCOUNT TYPE (C/S): C

DEPOSITOR ACCOUNT NUMBER: H1234567890123456

CANCEL DIRECT DEPOSIT (Y):

DIRECT EXPRESS (Y):

The MBR will reflect the following information:

RTN- 68123456 4 DAN - CH1234567890123456

GN 02402.396 Coding Montenegro Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

A. Background for coding Montenegro bank data

This section describes how to code bank data for international direct deposit (IDD) of Title II benefits to a financial institution (FI) in Montenegro.

The Social Security Administration (SSA) stores IDD bank data on the MBR in the same fields used for United States (U.S.) direct deposit.

Special coding identifies the data as a Montenegro direct deposit and allows us to route benefit payments through the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (FRBKC) and the processor bank in Montenegro to the beneficiary's local FI.

If you receive an IDD request in a U.S. domestic (i.e., non-border) field office (FO), forward all appropriate information to the Office of Earnings and International Operations, (OEIO, DIO) for processing.

For more detail on IDD requests and forwarding information, see

  • GN 02402.201 Background and Policy for Direct Deposit Outside the U.S.

  • GN 02402.205 Direct Deposit Enrollment Outside the U.S.

  • GN 01010.255 Adjudication of Foreign Claims

  • GN 01702.310C Routing of Claims for U.S. Benefits Involving Totalization

B. How we receive IDD bank data

We receive requests to input bank data by mail, phone, or fax in the formats:

  • Blank check;

  • SSA-1199-OP100 Direct Deposit Sign-Up Form for Montenegro; or

  • Any document containing required banking information.

If upon receipt of the information, there are any discrepancies, follow instructions

C. Multi-country contract

The beneficiary must provide complete information to DIO or the Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) for input. DIO will fax incomplete forms to the FBU that serves Montenegro. The FBU contacts the beneficiary or FI for additional information.

D. Overview of IDD for Montenegro

IDD payments sent to Montenegro must be in Euro accounts at local FIs.

The beneficiary must provide complete information to the Embassy, Consulate, or DIO for input.

DIO faxes incomplete forms to the Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate that serves that territory.

The FBU will contact the beneficiary or FI for the additional information.

E. Description of Montenegro IDD bank data

The data for coding IDD for Montenegro comes from the International Bank Account Number (IBAN) provided to the beneficiary by his or her FI.

The full length of the IBAN for Montenegro consists of 22 characters.

The bank data on the MBR consists of 24 characters including the country code of W.

F. Procedure for coding Montenegro bank data

The FRBKC relies on SSA to provide the complete bank data to ensure correct posting of payments to a customer’s account.

If the information is incomplete, the FRBKC rejects the payment and returns the funds to SSA.

When establishing or changing IDD bank data for Montenegro, you can use an SSA system (i.e., Modernized Claims System (MCS), Manual Adjustment Credit and Award Data Entry (MACADE)).

However, you must go to ITS.gov to enter the following:

  • account ownership;

  • account type;

  • beneficiary address

  • country;

  • enrollment status;

  • first and last name of the beneficiary;

  • IBAN

  • payee indicator; and

  • Society for Worldwide Internet Financial Telecommunication-Business Identifier Code (SWIFT-BIC)

1. SWIFT-BIC code obtained from the FI

The SWIFT code contains a minimum of 8 characters and a maximum of 11 characters:

  • First four characters - bank code (only letters);

  • Next two characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-two country code (only letters);

  • Next two characters - location code (letters and digits) (passive participant have "1" in the second character); and

  • Last three characters - branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office) (letters and digits).

2. Process initial award

If you are working on an initial award, you must update ITS.gov using the bank account information prior to processing the award to ensure that the beneficiary receives his or her payment.

If the complete bank account information is not in ITS.gov when the payment processes, the payment rejects and returns to SSA.

3. Add or update bank data using SSA systems

When you add or update IDD bank data using an SSA system (e.g. Post Entitlement Online System (POS), MACADE), you must:

  • update on the same day ITS.gov;

  • enter all POS direct deposit changes according to normal procedures;

Use procedures outlined in the following chart when processing within four business days of the current operational month (COM) cutoff date.

Step

Action

1

Are you coding an initial claim?

If yes, go to step 3.

If no, go to step 2.

2

Is the beneficiary's address on the MBR in a foreign country (PCOC = 8)? If no, STOP.

REASON: The MBR does not accept the IDD information unless the address is in a foreign country.

If yes, go to step 3.

3

Is the beneficiary's account a Euro account in Montenegro?

If no, STOP.

REASON: Beneficiaries in Montenegro can only receive IDD payments in Euro accounts.

4

The RTN is 700000054 for all IDD to Montenegro. It contains the:

  • multi-country prefix of “70” for Montenegro IDD;

  • U.S. check digit code of “4” at the end of the RTN for all IDD accounts in Montenegro.

No need to obtain the check digit code from Title II Interactive Comps.

5

Code the Type of Account as follows:

  • “S” for savings, or

  • “C” for checking.

If no indicated account type, use a “C” for checking account.

6

To code the Depositor Account Number (DAN) for Montenegro, code as follows:

  • “W” designated for Montenegro

  • 13-digit account number

7

You must take action on the same business day to enter all the information into ITS.gov listed in the introduction of F in this section.

You must access ITS.gov or ask a co-worker to update the required information into ITS.gov.

REMINDER: When information is not available, FRBKC rejects the payment and returns it to our agency.

G. Example for coding Montenegro direct deposit

The customer provides us with a signup form for Montenegro containing the information IBAN ME25 5050 0001 2345 6789 51.

  • The first two characters of a Montenegro IBAN are “ME,” which represents the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) country code.

  • The third and fourth characters of the IBAN are the IBAN check digits.

  • The fifth through seventh characters of the IBAN are the Bank Identifier.

  • The eight through twentieth characters represent the thirteen-digit account number.

  • The last two digits of the IBAN represent the check digit for the account number.

The technicians should never code the IBAN ISO country code, the Bank Identifier, or the check digits to the MBR for Montenegro.

1. Derive the RTN

The technician must code the RTN as follows:

  • Code an RTN of 700000054

  • Code the type of account as a “C” for Checking or an “S” for Savings. If no account type indicated, use a “C” for Checking.

2. Derive the DAN

To derive the DAN, code as follows:

  • Start with a country code of W designated for Montenegro; and

  • Code digits of the Customer Account Number “0000123456789”

3. The technician must obtain the following

  • RTN of 700000054

  • Checking C

  • Account Number: W0000123456789

a. The coding in an SSA system reflects

  • DIRECT DEPOSIT ROUTING TRANSIT NUMBER: 700000054

  • ACCOUNT TYPE (C/S): C

  • DEPOSITOR ACCOUNT NUMBER: W0000123456789

  • CANCEL DIRECT DEPOSIT (Y):

  • DIRECT EXPRESS (Y):

b. The MBR reflects the following information

  • RTN-700000054

  • DAN-CW0000123456789

GN 02402.403 Coding Tanzania Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

A. Background for coding Tanzania bank data

This section describes how to code bank data for international direct deposit (IDD) of Title II benefits to a financial institution (FI) in Tanzania. We store IDD bank data on the MBR in the same fields used for U.S. direct deposit.

Special coding identifies the data as Tanzania direct deposit and allows us to route benefit payments through the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (FRBKC) and the processor bank in Tanzania to the beneficiary's local FI.

If you receive an IDD request in a U.S. domestic (non-border) field office (FO), forward all appropriate information to the Office of Earnings and International Operations (OEIO), Division of International Operations (DIO) to process.

For more detail on IDD requests and forwarding information, see:

  • GN 02402.201 Background and Policy for Direct Deposit Outside the U.S.

  • GN 02402.205 Direct Deposit Enrollment Outside the U.S.

  • GN 01010.255 Adjudication of Foreign Claims

  • GN 01702.310C Routing of Claims for U.S. Benefits Involving Totalization

B. How we receive IDD bank data

We receive requests to input bank data by mail, phone, or fax in the form of:

  • a blank check;

  • a SSA-1199-OP81 International Direct Deposit Signup Form; or

  • documents that contain the required banking information.

If you receive information with discrepancies, see the following instructions:

 

C. Multi-country contract

The processing FI for Tanzania has “68” at the beginning of the Routing Transit Number (RTN).

D. Overview of IDD for Tanzania

IDD payments sent to Tanzania must be in Tanzanian shilling (TZS) accounts at local FIs. The beneficiary must provide complete information to DIO or the Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) for input. DIO faxes incomplete forms to the FBU that serves Tanzania. The FBU contacts the beneficiary or FI for the additional information.

E. Description of IDD bank data for Tanzania

The data to code IDD for Tanzania comes from banks determined by the FRBKC. The bank data on the MBR reflects up to 27 characters including the country code of “Z” for Tanzania.

F. Policy to code IDD bank data for Tanzania

The FRBKC relies on us to provide the complete bank data to ensure correct posting of payments to a customer’s account. If the information is incomplete, the FRBKC rejects the payment and returns the funds to us.

When you establish or change IDD bank data for Tanzania through one of our systems (Modernized Claims System (MCS), Manual Adjustment Credit and Award Data Entry (MACADE), etc.), you must go to ITS.gov to enter:

  • account number;

  • account ownership;

  • account type;

  • beneficiary address;

  • country;

  • enrollment status;

  • first and last name of the beneficiary;

  • payee indicator; and

  • Society for Worldwide Internet Financial Telecommunication-Business Identifier Code (SWIFT-BIC).

1. Obtain Swift-BIC code from the FI

The SWIFT code contains a minimum of 8 characters, and a maximum of 11 characters:

  • first four characters - bank code (only alpha);

  • next two characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha 2 country code (only alpha);

  • next two characters - location code (alpha and numeric) (passive participants have a "1" in the second character); and

  • last three characters - branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office) (alpha and numeric).

2. Process initial award

Before you process the initial award, you must update ITS.gov with the bank account information to ensure the beneficiary receives payment. If the complete bank account information is not in ITS.gov when the payment processes, the payment rejects and returns to our agency.

3. Add or update bank data using our systems

When you add or update IDD bank data using one of our systems (Post Entitlement Online System (POS), MACADE), you must:

  • update ITS.gov on the same day;

  • enter all POS direct deposit changes according to normal procedures;

  • use procedures outlined in the chart in this section when you process the bank data within four business days of the current operational month (COM) cutoff date.

Step

Action

1

 

Are you coding an initial claim?

If yes, go to step 3.

If no, go to step 2.

2

 

Is the beneficiary's address on the MBR in a foreign country (PCOC = 8)?

If yes, go to step 3.

If no, STOP.

REASON: The MBR will not accept the IDD information.

3

 

Is the beneficiary's account a TZS account in Tanzania?

If no, STOP.

REASON: Beneficiaries in Tanzania can only receive IDD payments in TZS accounts.

If yes, go to step 4

4

 

The RTN is 680000174 for all IDD to Tanzania. It contains the:

  • Multi-country prefix for Tanzania “68 .

  • U.S. check digit code “4” at the end of the RTN for all IDD accounts in Tanzania.

  • No need to obtain the check digit code from Title II Interactive Comps.

5

 

Code the account type:

  • “S” for savings, or

  • “C” for checking.

If no account indicated, use a “C” for checking account.

6

 

To code the Depositor Account Number (DAN) for Tanzania, code as follows:

  • “Z” designated for Tanzania

  • up to 16 digits of the 29-digit Account Number

7

 

You must take action on the same business day to enter all the information into ITS.gov listed in the introduction of GN 02402.403F in this section.

You must access ITS.gov, or ask a co-worker to update the required information into ITS.gov.

When information is not available, FRBKC rejects the payment and returns it to our agency.

G. Example of coding direct deposit for Tanzania

The customer provides us with a signup form for Tanzania with the account number: 12345678901122334455667788990

  1. 1. 

    Code the RTN

    The technician enters the information for the RTN.

    • Code RTN as 680000174

    • Code the account type as “C” for checking or “S” for savings. If no account type indicated, use “C” for checking.

  2. 2. 

    Code the DAN

    The technician codes the DAN:

    • Start with country code “Z” designated for Tanzania; and

    • Code up to 16 digits of the 29 digit Customer Account Number “1234567890112233”

  3. 3. 

    Technician obtains this information

    • Checking

    • DAN: Z1234567890112233

    1. a. 

      POS coding reflects the direct deposit information

      • DIRECT DEPOSIT ROUTING TRANSIT NUMBER: 680000174

      • ACCOUNT TYPE (C/S): C

      • DEPOSITOR ACCOUNT NUMBER: Z1234567890112233

      • CANCEL DIRECT DEPOSIT (Y):

      • DIRECT EXPRESS (Y):

    2. b. 

      MBR reflects the direct deposit information

      • RTN 680000174

      • DAN CZ1234567890112233

GN 02402.409 Coding Taiwan Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

A. Background for coding Taiwan bank data

This section describes how to code bank data for international direct deposit (IDD) of Title II benefits to a financial institution (FI) in Taiwan.

We store IDD bank data on the MBR in the same fields used for U.S. direct deposit. Special coding identifies the bank data as a Taiwan direct deposit. This allows us to route benefit payments through the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (FRBKC) and the processor bank in Taiwan to the beneficiary's local FI.

If you receive an IDD request in a U.S. domestic (i.e., non-border) field office (FO), forward all appropriate information to the Office of Earnings and International Operations, (OEIO), Division of International Operations (DIO) to process.

For detail on IDD requests and forwarding information, see:

  • GN 02402.201 Background and Policy for Direct Deposit Outside the U.S.

  • GN 02402.205 Direct Deposit Enrollment Outside the U.S.

  • GN 01010.255 Adjudication of Foreign Claims

  • GN 01702.310C Routing of Claims for U.S. Benefits Involving Totalization

B. How we receive IDD bank data

We receive requests to input bank data by mail, phone, or fax in the following formats:

  • Blank check;

  • SSA-1199-OP79 International Direct Deposit Signup Form for Taiwan; or

  • Any document that contains required banking information.

If you receive information with discrepancies, see the following instructions:

C. Multi-country contract

The processing FI in Taiwan have a prefix of “68” at the beginning of the Routing and Transit Number (RTN).

The first letter of the Depositor Account Number (DAN) field has the letter “K” assigned for Taiwan.

D. Overview of IDD for Taiwan

IDD payments sent to Taiwan must be in Taiwan Dollars (TWD) accounts at local FIs.

The beneficiary must provide complete information to DIO or the Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) for input.

DIO faxes incomplete forms to the FBU that serves Taiwan.

The FBU contacts the beneficiary or FI for the additional information.

E. Description of IDD bank data for Taiwan

The FRBKC relies on us to provide the complete bank data to ensure correct posting of payments to a customer’s account. If the information is incomplete, the FRBKC rejects the payment and returns the funds to us.

The bank data on the MBR reflects 25 characters including the country code of K.

F. Policy to code bank data for Taiwan

The FRBKC relies on us to provide the complete bank data to ensure correct posting of payments to a customer’s account. If the information is incomplete, the FRBKC rejects the payment and returns the funds to us.

When you use our system to establish or change IDD bank data for Taiwan (e.g. Modernized Claims System (MCS), Manual Adjustment Credit and Award Data Entry (MACADE)), you must go to ITS.gov to enter:

  • account ownership;

  • account type;

  • account number;

  • bank name;

  • bank address;

  • beneficiary address;

  • beneficiary phone number

  • country;

  • enrollment status;

  • first and last name of the beneficiary;

  • payee indicator;

  • Society for Worldwide Internet Financial Telecommunication-Business Identifier Code (SWIFT-BIC).

1. Special forms required for direct deposit processing

Payments to FIs in Taiwan require a Beneficiary Endorsement Form and a FX Declaration Form under certain conditions.

Refer to the chart in this section for guidance.

If

Then

  • the payment is under $15,000 U.S. Dollars (USD) or under 500,000 TWD, and

  • the payment is for a non-Citi Taiwan bank

The payment requires a Beneficiary Endorsement Form.

  • the payment is over $15,000 USD or over 500,000 TWD, and

  • the payment is for a non-Citi Taiwan bank

The payment requires a Beneficiary Endorsement Form and a FX Declaration Form.

  • the payment is over $15,000 USD or over 500,000 TWD, and

  • the payment is for a Citi Taiwan bank

The payment requires a FX Declaration Form only.

2. Obtain Swift-BIC code from the FI

The SWIFT code contains a minimum of 8 characters, and a maximum of 11 characters:

  • first four characters - bank code (alpha only);

  • next two characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha 2 country code (alpha only);

  • next two characters - location code (alpha and numeric) (passive participants have "1" in the second character); and

  • last three characters - branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office) (alpha and numeric).

3. Process initial award

Prior to processing an initial award, you must update ITS.gov with the bank account information to ensure that the beneficiary receives his or her payment.

If the complete bank account information is not in ITS.gov when the payment processes, the payment rejects and returns to our agency.

4. Add or update bank data using our systems

When you add or update IDD bank data using our system (e.g. Post Entitlement Online System (POS), MACADE), you must:

  • update ITS.gov on the same day;

  • enter all POS direct deposit changes according to normal procedures;

  • use the chart in this section when you process within four business days of the current operational month (COM) cutoff date.

Step

Action

1

Are you coding an initial claim?

If yes, go to step 3.

If no, go to step 2.

2

Is the beneficiary's address on the MBR in a foreign country (PCOC = 8)?

If no, STOP. REASON: The MBR does not accept the IDD information unless the address is in a foreign country.

If yes, go to step 3.

3

Is the beneficiary's account a TWD account in Taiwan? If no, STOP. REASON: Beneficiaries in Taiwan can only receive IDD payments in TWD accounts.

If yes, go to step 4.

4

The RTN is 680000077 RTN for Taiwan. It contains the:

  • Multi-country prefix “68” for Taiwan IDD

  • U.S. check digit code “7” for all IDD accounts in Taiwan is (at the end of the RTN).

No need to obtain the check digit code from Title II Interactive Comps.

5

Code the account type:

  • “S” for savings, or

  • “C” for checking.

If the beneficiary does not indicate an account type, use a “C” for checking account.

6

To code the Depositor Account Number (DAN) for Taiwan, code:

  • K” designated for Taiwan

  • the 14-digit account number

7

You must take action on the same business day to enter all the information into ITS.gov as listed in the introduction of GN 02402.409F in this section.

You must access ITS.gov or ask a co-worker to update the required information into ITS.gov. FRBKC rejects the payment and returns it to us when we do not send all required information.

G. Example of coding bank data for Taiwan

The customer provides us with a signup form for Russia containing the account number “12345678901234.”

1. Derive the RTN

Enter the information for the RTN.

  • Code the RTN of 680000077

  • Code the type of account as a “C” for checking or an “S” for savings. If no account type indicated, use a “C” for checking.

2. Derive the DAN

Code the DAN for Taiwan

  • Start with the country code of “K” designated for Taiwan; and

  • Code 14-digit account number “12345678901234”.

a. You must obtain this information

  • RTN: 680000077

  • Checking

  • DAN: K12345678901234

b. The POS coding reflects this information

  • DIRECT DEPOSIT ROUTING TRANSIT NUMBER: 680000077

  • ACCOUNT TYPE (C/S): C

  • DEPOSITOR ACCOUNT NUMBER: K12345678901234

  • CANCEL DIRECT DEPOSIT (Y):

  • DIRECT EXPRESS (Y):

c. The MBR reflects this information

  • RTN:680000077

  • DAN:CK12345678901234

H. References

  • GN 00203.020 Identity of Claimants

  • GN 01010.255 Adjudication of Foreign Claims

  • GN 01702.310C Routing of Claims for U.S. Benefits Involving Totalization

  • GN 02402.025 Direct Deposit Post Entitlement Interview

  • GN 02402.201 Background and Policy for Direct Deposit Outside the U.S.

  • GN 02402.205 Direct Deposit Enrollment Outside the U.S.

  • ITS.gov International Treasury Services (U.S. Treasury system)

GN 02402.425 Coding Senegal Bank Data on the Master Beneficiary Record (MBR)

A. Background for coding Senegal bank data

This section describes how to code bank data for international direct deposit (IDD) of Title II benefits to a financial institution (FI) in Senegal. We store IDD bank data on the MBR in the same fields used for U.S. direct deposit.

Special coding identifies the bank data as an Senegal direct deposit. This allows us to route benefit payments through the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City (FRBKC) and the processor bank in Senegal to the beneficiary's local FI.

If you receive an IDD request in a U.S. domestic (i.e, non-border) field office (FO), forward all appropriate information to the Office of Earnings and International Operations, (OEIO), Division of International Operations (DIO) to process.

For detail on IDD requests and forwarding information, see:

  • GN 02402.201 Background and Policy for Direct Deposit Outside the U.S.

  • GN 02402.205, Direct Deposit Enrollment Outside the U.S.

  • GN 01010.255, Adjudication of Foreign Claims

  • GN 01702.310C Routing of Claims for U.S. Benefits Involving Totalization

B. How we receive IDD bank data

We receive requests to input bank data by mail, phone, or fax in the following formats:

  • Blank check;

  • SSA-1199-OP102 International Direct Deposit Signup Form for Senegal; or

  • Any document that contains required banking information.

If you receive information with discrepancies, see the following instructions:

C. Multi-country contract

The processing FI in Senegal will have a prefix of “73” at the beginning of the Routing and Transit Number (RTN). The first letter of the Depositor Account Number (DAN) field has the letter “M” assigned for Senegal.

D. Overview of IDD for Senegal

IDD payments sent to Senegal must be in West African CFA franc (XOF) accounts at local FIs. The beneficiary must provide complete information to DIO or the Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) for input. DIO faxes incomplete forms to the FBU that serves Senegal. The FBU contacts the beneficiary or FI for the additional information.

E. Description of IDD bank data for Senegal

The data for coding IDD for Senegal comes from banks determined by the FRBKC. The bank data on the MBR reflects 24 characters including the country code of M.

F. Policy to code bank data for Senegal

The FRBKC relies on us to provide the complete bank data to ensure correct posting of payments to a customer’s account. If the information is incomplete, the FRBKC rejects the payment and returns the funds to us. When you use our system to establish or change IDD bank data for Senegal (e.g. Modernized Claims System (MCS), Manual Adjustment Credit and Award Data Entry (MACADE)), you must go to ITS.gov to enter:

  • account ownership

  • account type

  • account number

  • beneficiary address

  • country

  • enrollment status

  • first and last name of the beneficiary

  • payee indicator

  • Society for Worldwide Internet Financial Telecommunication-Business Identifier Code (SWIFT-BIC).

1. Obtain Swift-BIC code from the FI

The SWIFT code contains a minimum of 8 characters, and a maximum of 11 characters:

  • first four characters - bank code (alpha only);

  • next two characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha 2 country code (alpha only);

  • next two characters - location code (alpha and numeric) (passive participants have "1" in the second character); and

  • last three characters - branch code, optional ('XXX' for primary office) (alpha and numeric)

2. Process initial award

Prior to processing an initial award, you must update ITS.gov with the bank account information to ensure that the beneficiary receives his or her payment. If the complete bank account information is not in ITS.gov when the payment processes, the payment rejects and returns to us.

3. Add or update bank data using our systems

When you add or update IDD bank data using our system (e.g. Post Entitlement Online System (POS), MACADE), you must:

  • update ITS.gov on the same day;

  • enter all POS direct deposit changes according to normal procedures;

  • use the chart in this section when you process within four business days of the current operational month (COM) cutoff date.

Step

Action

1

Are you coding an initial claim?

If yes, go to step 3.

If no, go to step 2.

2

Is the beneficiary's address on the MBR in a foreign country (PCOC = 8)?

If no, STOP.

REASON: The MBR does not accept the IDD information unless the address is in a foreign country.

If yes, go to step 3.

3

Is the beneficiary's account a XOF account in Senegal? If no, STOP.

REASON: Beneficiaries in Senegal can only receive IDD payments in XOF accounts.

If yes, go to step 4.

4

The RTN is 730000053 RTN for Senegal. It contains the:

• Multi-country prefix for Senegal IDD is “73”

• U.S. check digit code of “3” for all IDD accounts in Senegal (at the end of the RTN).

No need to obtain the check digit code from Title II Interactive Comps.

5

Code the account type:

• “S” for savings, or

• “C” for checking.

If the beneficiary does not indicate an account type, use a “C” for checking account.

6

To code the Depositor Account Number (DAN) for Senegal, code:

• “M” is designated for Senegal,

• 16 digits of the 24-digit account number,

7

You must take action on the same business day to enter all the information into ITS.gov listed in the introduction of GN 02402.425F in this section.

You must access ITS.gov or ask a co-worker to update the required information into ITS.gov.

FRBKC rejects the payment and returns it to us when we do not send all required information.

G. Example of coding direct deposit for Senegal

The customer provides us with a signup form for Senegal containing the account number: “123456789011223344556677.”

1. Derive the RTN

Enter the information for the RTN.

• Code the RTN of 730000053

• Code the type of account as a “C” for checking or an “S” for savings. If no account type indicated, use a “C” for checking.

2. Derive the DAN

Code the DAN for Senegal.

• Start with the country code of “M” designated for Senegal; and

• Code 16 digits of the 24-digit account number “1234567890112233”

a. You must obtain the following:

• RTN: 730000053

• Checking

• DAN: M1234567890112233

b. The POS coding reflects this information

• DIRECT DEPOSIT ROUTING TRANSIT NUMBER: 730000053 ACCOUNT TYPE (C/S): C

• DEPOSITOR ACCOUNT NUMBER: M1234567890112233

• CANCEL DIRECT DEPOSIT (Y):

• DIRECT EXPRESS (Y):

c. The MBR reflects this information

• RTN- 730000053

• DAN- CM1234567890112233

H. References

  • GN 00203.020 Identity of Claimants

  • GN 01010.255, Adjudication of Foreign Claims

  • GN 01702.310C Routing of Claims for U.S. Benefits Involving Totalization

  • GN 02402.025 Direct Deposit Post Entitlement Interview

  • GN 02402.201 Background and Policy for Direct Deposit Outside the U.S.

  • GN 02402.205, Direct Deposit Enrollment Outside the U.S.

  • ITS.gov International Treasury Services (U.S. Treasury system)


GN 02402 TN 119 - Direct Deposit - Title II and Title XVI - 1/17/2019