Claim the Unclaimed Fund or Property找回在美国被州政府冻结资金或财产

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Some clients told us that their bank account or investment account was closed and money was turned over to the State government,. Well, you can get the money back by following a few steps:

Step 1: Go to the unclaimed property State website
Step 2: Get your documents in order
Step 3: File a claim
Step 4: Wait for your check

Step 1: Go to the right State website
The process for claiming unclaimed money can vary by state. The first step to claiming your money is to go to the appropriate website, which is where you typically start the claims process to get your unclaimed money back. Each state has unclaimed property website in the state treasury department.

Step 2: Get your documents in order
If you’ve found missing money in your name and want to claim it, you’ll need to verify your identity.The requirements may vary by state, but here are some of the documents you may need.

A state-issued ID, like a driver’s license
Proof of Social Security number, such as a copy of your Social Security card or IRS Form W-2
Proof of the address associated with the property you’re claiming, such as a utility bill
Proof of your current address
These documents help verify your full name and address to confirm you’re the rightful owner of the missing money. Some states will accept copies of documentation, while other states will require originals.

Step 3: File a claim
Once you’ve gone to the right website and have your documents read to file a claim so you can get your missing money.The first step is to carefully read the claim instructions on your state-specific site. Some states don’t allow for electronic submissions, while some allow you to file online if you meet certain conditions. For example, residents of California can file online if the amount is less than $5,000 and they are the sole owner of the missing money. If the unclaimed money is owned by multiple parties, each owner needs to sign a Claim Affirmation Form and the money will be split among the parties. If you can’t file online, you’ll need to mail a claim form along with additional documentation to verify your identity. In some cases, if you’re owed more than $1,000 and can’t file online, you may need to print the claim form and get it notarized. Pro tip: Check with your bank — it may notarize it for free. You then need to mail the form to the address specified in your state’s claim instructions.

Claims methods by state: Mail or online

Step 4: Wait for your check
Once you’ve found missing money and submitted your documentation either online or by snail mail, you have to wait for your check to arrive. Unfortunately, the timing can vary widely by state. It can take two weeks from the date you filed your claim, or more than six months in some cases. Sometimes, you may not know how much you’re getting back.

一些客户告诉我们, 美国的银行或投资账户,因为超过几年没有买卖操作,被冻结&划给了州政府。
资金可以申请拿回来的,您可以通过以下几个步骤来取回钱:

第 1 步:访问州网站
第 2 步:整理文件
第 3 步:提出索赔
第 4 步:等待您的检查

第 1 步:正确的州网站
索取无人认领的钱的过程可能因州而异。索取款项的第一步是访问相应的网站,您通常会在该网站开始索取流程以取回无人认领的款项。每个州在国库部门都有无人认领的财产的网址。

第 2 步:整理文件
如果您发现您名下的钱丢失并想要领取,您需要验证您的身份。要求可能因州而异,但这里有一些您可能需要的文件:

国家颁发的身份证件,例如驾照
社会安全号码证明,例如您的社会安全卡或 IRS 表格 W-2 的副本
与您申请的财产相关的地址证明,例如水电费账单
您当前地址的证明
这些文件有助于验证您的全名和地址,以确认您是丢失资金的合法所有者。一些州将接受文件的副本,而其他州将需要原件。

第 3 步:提出索赔
一旦您访问了正确的网站并阅读了您的文件以提出索赔,您就可以找回丢失的钱。

第一是仔细阅读您所在州特定网站上的索赔说明。有些州不允许电子提交,而有些州则允许您在满足某些条件时在线提交。例如,如果金额低于 5,000 美元,加利福尼亚州的居民可以在线提交,并且他们是丢失资金的唯一所有者。如果无人认领的钱由多方拥有,则每个所有者都需要签署一份索赔确认表,这笔钱将在各方之间平分。如果您无法在线提交申请,则需要邮寄索赔表以及其他文件以验证您的身份。在某些情况下,如果您的欠款超过 1,000 美元且无法在线提交,您可能需要打印索赔表并进行公证。专业提示:请咨询您的银行——它可能会免费对其进行公证。然后,您需要将表格邮寄到您所在州的索赔说明中指定的地址。

各州索赔方法:邮寄或在线

第 4 步:等待您的退款支票
一旦您发现丢失的钱并在线或通过普通邮件提交文件,您必须等待支票到达。不幸的是,时间可能因州而异。从您提交索赔之日起可能需要两周时间,在某些情况下可能需要六个月以上。有时,您可能不知道自己能得到多少回报。

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