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Important news for SBI customers! This work is easy, otherwise the account will freeze

State Bank of India (SBI), one of the largest banks in India, provides most of the facilities online to its users. An important feature of KYC is that if you are an SBI customer and you have not done KYC yet, your account may also get frozen. You will no longer be able to do any transactions from your account.

The facility to update KYC details has now started online, allowing customers to send KYC documents from home without visiting the branch. To unfreeze and control your account, you need to do KYC.

Since the onset of COVID-19 and lockdown across India, SBI Bank has started accepting KYC documents online. Customers will not need to personally visit the branch for KYC update. Let us see how KYC for SBI Bank can be updated online.

Documents Required for Online KYC
Before submitting the documents for KYC, to update the KYC details, you need to submit certain documents to the bank. We have prepared the list according to different categories.

Required KYC documents for individuals
> Passport
> Voter ID Card
> Driving License
> Aadhar letter / card
> NREGA Card
> PAN Card

Required KYC documents for minors
In case of a minor account holder, where the minor is less than 10 years of age, ID proof of the person operating the account has to be submitted.

Required KYC Documents for NRIs
> Foreign Office
> notary public
> Indian Embassy
Officers of the correspondent bank whose signatures can be attested by the authorized bank (A/B Category Foreign Exchange Management Branch).

Step by step process to do KYC

Step 1- Customers have to scan their proof of address and proof of identity and send it to the official mail id of their branch.

Step 2- Keep in mind that the e-mail is to be sent only through the registered email.

Step 3- If your KYC document is not complete then you send the KYC document online.
Step 4- Proof of your address along with Passport, Driving License, Aadhar Card, NREGA Card, PAN Card among the documents to be sent.

Step 5- If the minor is less than 10 years of age. In this case, the identity card of the account holder has to be issued.

Step 6- When the age of the account holder exceeds 10 years, he/she will have to submit KYC documents like all others.

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