Required Verification Information

    Learn what required verification information needs to be provided, by country, when using Connect.

    When onboarding Custom accounts to a Connect platform, you need to collect the required information for each account (which Stripe verifies). The information you need to collect depends on factors such as the capabilities you want to activate for the account and the country the account is based in. This information—listed below—is also available programmatically through the Country Specs API.

    As an added convenience, most arguments in the tables below are followed by a localized version, suitable as a label in your user interface.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Austria

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Australia

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company does not have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with 25 percent or more ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Belgium

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Canada

    All accounts in this country eventually require all of the following fields if they process enough volume.

    Individual Company
    external_account external_account
    individual.address.city company.address.city
    individual.address.line1 company.address.line1
    individual.address.postal_code company.address.postal_code
    individual.address.state
    Province
    company.address.state
    Province
    company.name
    company.tax_id
    Business Number (nine-digit tax ID)
    individual.dob.day relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    individual.dob.month relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    individual.dob.year relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    individual.first_name relationship.account_opener.first_name
    individual.last_name relationship.account_opener.last_name
    business_type business_type
    tos_acceptance.date tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip tos_acceptance.ip

    Additional information

    If Stripe is unable to verify the individual or account opener, you can provide either the Social Insurance Number (SIN) or a scan of an ID document. To collect the SIN, use either the individual.id_number or relationship.account_opener.id_number argument. To collect an ID document, use the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Switzerland

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Germany

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Denmark

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Estonia

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Spain

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Finland

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: France

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: United Kingdom

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Greece

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Hong Kong

    All accounts in this country eventually require all of the following fields if they process enough volume.

    Individual Company
    external_account external_account
    individual.address.city company.address.city
    individual.address.line1 company.address.line1
    company.name
    company.tax_id
    Registration Number
    individual.dob.day relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    individual.dob.month relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    individual.dob.year relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    individual.first_name relationship.account_opener.first_name
    individual.last_name relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.address.city
    relationship.account_opener.address.line1
    individual.id_number
    Hong Kong Identity Card Number (HKID)
    relationship.account_opener.id_number
    Hong Kong Identity Card Number (HKID)
    business_type business_type
    tos_acceptance.date tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip tos_acceptance.ip

    Additional verification requirements for: Hong Kong

    Some merchants in this country may be required to provide the following additional fields, depending on our ability to verify their identity. Some merchants are never asked for this information, even after processing considerable volume.

    Individual Company
    individual.verification.document relationship.account_opener.verification.document

    Verification FAQ for: Hong Kong

    Do I have to be a resident of Hong Kong to use Stripe in Hong Kong?

    No. As long as your business is legally registered in Hong Kong (with a Business Registration Number), and you have a business and tax ID, you don’t need to be a Hong Kong resident to use Stripe in Hong Kong.

    As a non-resident, you won’t have an HKID (Hong Kong Identity Number). Instead, use your passport number to activate your account. (A Hong Kong driver’s license will not be accepted for account activation or verification.)

    Once you’ve submitted your account application, we will contact you to upload a copy of your government-issued photo ID. Please provide this copy as follows:

    • We need a color photo of your ID. You can take this with a phone, webcam, or scanner.

    • We accept JPEG and PNG file formats.

    • We cannot accept PDFs for verification.

    Do I have to own a business to use Stripe in Hong Kong?

    You don’t need to have a Hong Kong–registered business to sign up. However, if you have no Hong Kong-registered business, you’ll need an HKD-denominated bank account and a valid HKID (which is indicative of residency in Hong Kong).

    What is the equivalent of an SSN/SIN (Social Security Number/Social Insurance Number) in Hong Kong?

    The equivalent is the HKID Number (Hong Kong Identity Number). This has the format X123456(A), where:

    • X can be one or two letters
    • A can be 0–9 or the letter A
    • Examples: E364912(5) or C668668(E)

    What is a Business Registration Number, and why do I need one?

    We are required to perform a thorough set of KYB (Know Your Business) and KYC (Know Your Customer) checks on all of our users. These checks are required by our banking partners, and are performed for all Stripe users, regardless of the country where they are based.

    As part of these checks, we are required to verify that a user is actually based in the country where their Stripe account is located. Collecting your Business Registration Number allows us to confirm this.

    However, if you do not have a Business Registration Number because you are operating as an individual, please instead provide your HKID when activating your account.

    Bank Details FAQ for: Hong Kong

    How do I enter my bank account details?

    A Hong Kong bank account number consists of up to 15 digits, in three components:

    • Bank code or clearing code: three digits

    • Branch code: three digits

    • Account number: six to nine digits long (varies from bank to bank), including a hyphen

    Be sure to enter your bank account number with a hyphen, even if it is displayed without a hyphen on your bank statement.

    I entered my bank account number as "004-406-789789-89" or "406-789789-89"—why isn’t this working?

    In this case, you have included the bank code or branch code, or both, in your account number. Hong Kong banks often append the branch code to the account number. To identify and remove the non-account digits, you can:

    • Check your bank statement or wire instructions.

    • Check this list of Hong Kong bank and branch codes.

    • Double-check the branch address against this list, and make sure it matches.

    • Contact your bank to double-check your account details. (For example, the same address might have multiple branch codes.)

    What is the beneficiary name and what should I enter?

    It is important that the beneficiary name and type on your account—that is, the personal or business entity—match the name and type associated with your HKD bank account. (Some bank branches will reject transfers containing mismatching data.) Specifically:

    • If your Stripe legal entity is a sole proprietorship or an individual, you must attach an individual bank account with your personal legal name as the beneficiary name.

    • If your Stripe legal entity is a corporation or a partnership, you must attach a business bank account with the business name as the beneficiary name.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Ireland

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Italy

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Japan

    All accounts in this country eventually require all of the following fields if they process enough volume.

    Individual Company
    external_account external_account
    individual.address_kana.postal_code
    郵便番号 (会社住所)
    company.address_kana.postal_code
    郵便番号 (会社住所)
    individual.address_kana.state
    都道府県 (かな)
    company.address_kana.state
    都道府県 (かな)
    individual.address_kana.city
    市区郡 (かな)
    company.address_kana.city
    市区郡 (かな)
    individual.address_kana.town
    町村名、丁目を含む (かな)
    company.address_kana.town
    町村名、丁目を含む (かな)
    individual.address_kana.line1
    番地 (かな)
    company.address_kana.line1
    番地 (かな)
    individual.address_kanji.postal_code
    郵便番号 (会社住所)
    company.address_kanji.postal_code
    郵便番号 (会社住所)
    individual.address_kanji.state
    都道府県 (漢字)
    company.address_kanji.state
    都道府県 (漢字)
    individual.address_kanji.city
    市区郡 (漢字)
    company.address_kanji.city
    市区郡 (漢字)
    individual.address_kanji.town
    町村名、丁目を含む (漢字)
    company.address_kanji.town
    町村名、丁目を含む (漢字)
    individual.address_kanji.line1
    番地 (漢字)
    company.address_kanji.line1
    番地 (漢字)
    company.name
    会社名 (ローマ字または英語表記)
    company.name_kana
    会社名 (かな)
    company.name_kanji
    会社名 (漢字)
    company.tax_id
    登記番号 (会社法人等番号)
    individual.dob.day relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    individual.dob.month relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    individual.dob.year relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    individual.first_name_kana
    担当者氏名 (名・かな)
    relationship.account_opener.first_name_kana
    担当者氏名 (名・かな)
    individual.first_name_kanji
    担当者氏名 (名・漢字)
    relationship.account_opener.first_name_kanji
    担当者氏名 (名・漢字)
    individual.gender
    性別
    relationship.account_opener.gender
    性別
    individual.last_name_kana
    担当者氏名 (姓・かな)
    relationship.account_opener.last_name_kana
    担当者氏名 (姓・かな)
    individual.last_name_kanji
    担当者氏名 (姓・漢字)
    relationship.account_opener.last_name_kanji
    担当者氏名 (姓・漢字)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kana
    .postal_code

    郵便番号 (担当者住所)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kana.state
    都道府県 (かな)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kana.city
    市区郡 (かな)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kana.town
    町村名、丁目を含む (かな)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kana.line1
    番地 (かな)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kanji
    .postal_code

    郵便番号 (担当者住所)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kanji.state
    都道府県 (漢字)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kanji.city
    市区郡 (漢字)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kanji.town
    町村名、丁目を含む (漢字)
    relationship.account_opener.address_kanji.line1
    番地 (漢字)
    individual.phone
    電話番号
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    電話番号
    business_type business_type
    tos_acceptance.date tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip tos_acceptance.ip

    Additional verification requirements for: Japan

    Some merchants in this country may be required to provide the following additional fields depending on our ability to verify their identity. Some merchants are never asked for this information, even after processing considerable volume.

    Identity verification documents must have been issued in Japan and show the individual's residency status.

    Individual Company
    individual.verification.document relationship.account_opener.verification.document

    Additional suggestions for: Japan

    Submitting account information for Japanese accounts is unique in that Stripe requires both kana and kanji name variations for a number of fields:

    • first_name_kana
    • first_name_kanji
    • last_name_kana
    • last_name_kanji
    • business_name_kana
    • business_name_kanji
    • address_kana
    • address_kanji
    • personal_address_kana
    • personal_address_kanji

    You need to submit information for these attributes instead of their non-variation counterparts (i.e., in lieu of first_name, last_name, etc.). It may seem counterintuitive to provide two fields that represent the same single attribute, but Stripe can't verify a Japanese account until we've received information for both variations. These variations may be composed of full or half-width hiragana, katakana, or Latin characters, with kanji attributes also allowing for kanji characters.

    Addresses in Japan

    The kana and kanji requirements extend to Japanese addresses as well.

    postal_code is always required when providing a Japanese address of either variation. Stripe validates submitted addresses, and for a valid postal_code, we attempt to automatically fill attributes for matching state, city, and town for both address_kana and address_kanji. Requests with address details that are incompatible with the provided postal_code fail.

    line2 should contain the building name in addition to the room number when available. This attribute can be omitted when the address does not contain building details.

    Here's an example representation of the following Japanese address, with explanations for how each part maps to its corresponding Stripe API attribute:

    // 〒150-0001 東京都渋谷区神宮前3-27-15 FLAG 3A
    {
      "country": "JP",
      "legal_entity": {
        "address_kana": {
          "country": "JP", // 2-letter country code
          "postal_code": "1500001", // Zip/Postal Code
          "state": "トウキヨウト", // Prefecture
          "city": "シブヤ", // City/Ward
          "town": "ジングウマエ 1-", // Town/cho-me
          "line1": "5-8", // Block/Building number
          "line2": "ジングウマエタワービルディング22F", // Building details (optional)
        },
        "address_kanji": {
          "country": "JP", // 2-letter country code
          "postal_code": "1500001", // Zip/Postal Code
          "state": "東京都", // Prefecture
          "city": "渋谷区", // City/Ward
          "town": "神宮前 1丁目", // Town/cho-me (no kanji numerals)
          "line1": "5-8", // Block/Building number
          "line2": "神宮前タワービルディング22F", // Building details (optional)
        }
      }
    }

    Minimum verification requirements for: Lithuania

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Luxembourg

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Latvia

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Netherlands

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Norway

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: New Zealand

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company does not have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Poland

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Portugal

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Sweden

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Singapore

    All accounts in this country eventually require all of the following fields if they process enough volume.

    Individual Company
    external_account external_account
    relationship.owner
    individual.address.line1 company.address.line1
    individual.address.postal_code company.address.postal_code
    company.name
    company.tax_id
    Unique Entity Number (UEN)
    individual.dob.day relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    individual.dob.month relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    individual.dob.year relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    individual.first_name relationship.account_opener.first_name
    individual.last_name relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.address.line1
    relationship.account_opener.address.postal_code
    individual.id_number
    National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) or Foreign Identification Number (FIN)
    relationship.account_opener.id_number
    National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) or Foreign Identification Number (FIN)
    business_type business_type
    tos_acceptance.date tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip tos_acceptance.ip

    Additional verification requirements for: Singapore

    Some merchants in this country may be required to provide the following additional fields depending on our ability to verify their identity. Some merchants are never asked for this information, even after processing considerable volume.

    Individual Company
    individual.verification.document relationship.account_opener.verification.document

    Minimum verification requirements for: Slovenia

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: Slovakia

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    company.address
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Director
    relationship.director.first_name
    relationship.director.last_name
    relationship.director.dob.day
    relationship.director.dob.month
    relationship.director.dob.year
    relationship.director.relationship.title
    relationship.director.email
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.dob.day
    relationship.owner.dob.month
    relationship.owner.dob.year
    relationship.owner.address
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    A person known as an account opener must activate this connected account. This person needs to have significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct the organization and be authorized to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must be either an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect the account opener’s ownership information with relationship.account_opener and relationship.percent_ownership.

    If Stripe is unable to verify the business entity or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a proof of entity document to enable payouts. Collect this with the company.verification.document.front and company.verification.document.back arguments.

    For companies (excluding partnerships), a director is a member of the governing board of the company. You need to set company[directors_provided] to true if you have finished collecting the required information from all directors or if your company doesn’t have any directors. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Information on all owners with more than 25 percent ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to set company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement. If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if there are concerns about sanctions, you need to collect a scan of an ID document and an address document to enable payouts. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back. Optionally, you can collect ownership information on each person with relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    individual.email
    individual.phone

    Additional information

    Depending on the situation, you might need to collect a scan of an ID document, an address document, or both to enable payouts if Stripe is unable to verify the individual or if there are concerns about sanctions. Collect ID information with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments, and address information with verification.additional_document and verification.additional_document.back.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Minimum verification requirements for: United States

    Verification requirements differ based on:

    • The country connected accounts are created in.
    • The capabilities connected accounts requested.
    • The business type (e.g., individual, company).

    If you already know the business type you want to view requirements for, click the link below:

    Companies, LLCs, and partnerships with the transfers capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the transfers capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for LLCs and partnerships). After the information to enable transfers is collected, payouts are enabled as well. However, to keep payouts enabled, you need to collect additional requirement information.

    Enable transfers Enable payouts
    Account information Account information
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip

    Threshold information

    In addition to the onboarding requirements, there is a second threshold to keep payouts enabled, which depends on your industry and Stripe’s review of your platform profile. The company.tax_id (EIN) needs to be verified before $10K USD in charges for some platforms, and before $3K USD for other platforms.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Additional information

    By default, the requirements for transfers do not collect all information at the appropriate thresholds to file IRS Form 1099-K or Form 1099-MISC. If your business has U.S. federal 1099 filing requirements and plans to file these through Stripe, request the appropriate tax reporting capability and make sure to collect the necessary information from your users.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the transfers capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the transfers capability that have a business type of individual. After the information to enable transfers is collected, payouts are enabled as well. However, to keep payouts enabled, you need to collect additional requirement information.

    Enable transfers Enable payouts
    Individual Account information
    business_type=individual external_account
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip

    Threshold information

    In addition to the onboarding requirements, there is a second threshold to keep payouts enabled, which depends on your industry and Stripe’s review of your platform profile. The following information on the individual needs to be collected and verified before $10K USD in charges for some platforms, and before $3K USD for other platforms:

    • individual.dob.day
    • individual.dob.month
    • individual.dob.year
    • individual.ssn_last_4

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Additional information

    If the individual fails verification or the person doesn’t have an SSN, an ID document scan is required to keep payouts enabled. This information can be collected with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments.

    By default, the requirements for transfers do not collect all information at the appropriate thresholds to file IRS Form 1099-K or Form 1099-MISC. If your business has U.S. federal 1099 filing requirements and plans to file these through Stripe, request the appropriate tax reporting capability and make sure to collect the necessary information from your users.

    Companies, LLCs, and partnerships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of company (company is also used for LLCs and partnerships). The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information All required information to enable card payments.
    business_type=company external_account
    company.name
    company.phone
    Must be a U.S. phone number.
    company.address
    Must be a U.S. address. PO Boxes are not allowed.
    company.tax_id
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Account opener
    Refer to the detailed information on what constitutes an account opener.
    relationship.account_opener.first_name
    relationship.account_opener.last_name
    relationship.account_opener.dob.day
    relationship.account_opener.dob.month
    relationship.account_opener.dob.year
    relationship.account_opener.address
    relationship.account_opener.ssn_last_4
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.title
    relationship.account_opener.relationship.executive
    relationship.account_opener.email
    relationship.account_opener.phone
    Owners
    relationship.owner.first_name
    relationship.owner.last_name
    relationship.owner.email

    Additional information

    To enable card payments, a validated city, state, and ZIP code for company.address is required. Card payments will be disabled if the company.tax_id (EIN) hasn’t been verified before 30 days or $1500 USD in payments, whichever comes first.

    To enable payouts, company.address needs to be a validated full address and the company.tax_id (EIN) needs to be verified. Payouts will be disabled if a full address hasn’t been validated before 30 days or $1500 USD in payments, whichever comes first.

    This connected account needs to be activated by a person, known as an account opener, with significant responsibility to control, manage, or direct your organization; and is authorized by your organization to agree to Stripe’s terms. The account opener must either be an owner or an executive, which you specify by setting relationship[owner] to true or relationship[executive] to true. If Stripe is unable to verify the account opener or if the person does not have an SSN, you need to collect a scan of an ID document to enable card payments. This information can be collected with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments.

    Information on all owners with 25 percent or more ownership of the company must be collected. When you have finished collecting the required owner information, you need to attest this by setting company[owners_provided] to true. This lets Stripe know that you have completed this requirement.

    If there are any unverified owners in the company, payouts on the connected account can become disabled at $750K USD in charges and charges can become disabled at $1 million USD, unless the following information is collected:

    • relationship.owner.dob.day
    • relationship.owner.dob.month
    • relationship.owner.dob.year
    • relationship.owner.address
    • relationship.owner.ssn_last_4
    • relationship.owner.phone

    If Stripe is unable to verify an owner or if an owner does not have an SSN, you need to collect a scan of an ID document. This information can be collected with the verification.document.front and verification.document.back arguments.

    Optionally, you can collect company ownership information. This can be done using the relationship.owner and relationship.percent_ownership attributes. Set relationship.owner to true and relationship.percent_ownership to the user’s ownership percentage. If relationship.percent_ownership is unspecified, the default is 25 percent.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

    Individuals and sole proprietorships with the card_payments capability

    The table below lists the requirements for connected accounts with the card_payments capability that have a business type of individual. The left column lists the required information to enable card payments. The right column lists the information that’s required to enable payouts.

    Enable card payments Enable payouts
    Account information All required information to enable card payments.
    business_type=individual external_account
    business_profile.mcc
    business_profile[url]
    If the user doesn't have a URL, you can alternately provide a business_profile[product_description].
    tos_acceptance.date
    tos_acceptance.ip
    Individual
    individual.first_name
    individual.last_name
    individual.dob.day
    individual.dob.month
    individual.dob.year
    individual.address
    Must be a U.S. address. PO Boxes are not allowed.
    individual.ssn_last_4
    individual.email
    individual.phone
    Must be a U.S. phone number.

    Additional information

    To enable card payments, a validated city, state, and ZIP code for individual.address is required.

    To enable payouts, individual.address needs to be a validated full address. Payouts will be disabled if a full address hasn’t been validated before 30 days or $1500 USD in payments, whichever comes first.

    If the individual fails verification with ssn_last_4, then the full SSN is required and their identity needs to be verified in order to enable card payments. Use the individual.id_number argument to collect this information.

    Verification attempts can take minutes or, if it’s a manual review, hours to complete. If Stripe is unable to verify the information, the account is updated and a webhook is sent to your platform.

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