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According to W-7 instructions, option "g" ("Dependent/spouse of a nonresident alien holding a U.S. visa") is only for dependents of nonresident aliens, or spouses of nonresident aliens before 2018. In most cases, nonresident aliens cannot claim dependents, so this option is rarely used. If you were to apply for an ITIN, it would have to ...


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I am yet to find a solution for your original problem (essentially getting a Visa Electron as a Dutch resident) but Easyjet seems to have changed their fee structure so that any Dutch credit card should enable you to book a ticket with no additional fee. SEPA direct debit, when offered, should also work with a Dutch bank account.


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There are relatively new banking services that operate without physical branches, such as bunq and N26. You can see a comparison of those here. They use the international standard for debit cards. Therefore, they might solve your problem.


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