Open a Portuguese bank account from anywhere in the world
Set up and fund your Millennium BCP account today
Need a Portuguese bank account for your D7 application? We’ve got you covered.
We’ve partnered with Millennium BCP to offer their Prestige accounts to anyone outside of Portugal.
No Apostille Required
Turn days into minutes. Skip the Apostille by connecting with one of our Portuguese attorneys to recognize your signatures over a video call.
White Glove Service
Your account comes with a private bank manager who will assist you in opening your bank account and act as your point of contact with Millennium BCP.
Easy and Convenient
Let us do the heavy lifting. We’ve streamlined the process of opening a bank account in Portugal to 5 easy steps. Most accounts are opened in 2 weeks.
About the Bank
Millennium BCP is the largest private bank in Portugal. With your account, you'll have access to nearly 500 branches throughout the country and any Millennium BCP ATM.
Here are 4 things you'll need to get started
Proof of address in your country of residence
Proof of employment
(not needed for retirees)
Portugal NIF document
How it Works
Place your order
Fill out our online form and complete payment of $350 USD
Receive bank account opening documents
Meet your private bank manager and receive your account opening documents via email.
Sign your documents over a video call
Connect with one of our attorneys who will recognize your signatures over a Zoom call.
Mail your documents to Portugal
Gather all of your documents and ship them to Portugal. We will provide you with the mailing address and final checklist of documents that need to be sent.
Get access to your new Millennium BCP account!
Once your signed documents have been received, your bank manager will open your bank account and provide you with online access.
$350 USD per account
The account can be for an individual or a joint account with multiple account owners.
Our fee includes the cost of the signature certification by our partner law firm in Portugal. You will not need to notarize or apostille any of the account opening documents.