The eligibility criteria for HDFC bank account opening are as follows –
Savings Max Account: You can open this account jointly or individually if you are a resident Indian or even if you are a HUF. If you are a foreign national residing in India, you can open the HDFC bank saving account by temporarily attaching a copy of your residence permit, and an undertaking form (QA22) stating the source of your fund.
Regular Savings Account: This account can get opened if you are a resident Indian or a HUF. For foreign nationals, a copy of valid passport, Visa, FRRO Certificate and an Indian Residence Permit is mandatory.
Women’s Savings Account: You can open this account either solely or jointly with any resident Indian. However, if it is a joint account, the primary account holder should be a woman.
Kid’s Advantage Account: If you have an existing HDFC Bank account, you can open this account on behalf of your minor child.
Senior Citizen’s Account: You can open this account if you are a resident Indian and above the age of 60 years. If you open a joint account, the primary account holder should be a senior citizen.
Family Savings Group Account: You can opt for this account if all the other individuals of your group also have an HDFC account. A maximum of four accounts can be grouped, including that of an NRI. However, the primary account holder cannot be a minor.
Basic Savings Bank Deposit Account: You can open this account if you are a HUF or a resident individual.
Institutional Savings Account: This HDFC Bank account opening
can get done if you are a primary co-operative credit society financed by the bank or a society registered under the Societies Registration Act, company governed by the Companies Act, DWCRA, Government department, or any other institution.