Send Money To The USA

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International Currency Transfers explained

  • Register online It’s free to open an account. No strings attached.
  • Get approved We might ask you for proof of identification.
  • Receive a quote Enter a few details for an instant quote.
  • Book your transfer No hidden fees and free transfers above £3k.
  • Settle up Add your beneficiary details and send us your funds. Job done.

Checklist for Sending Money to the USA

  • Name of the recipient
  • Recipient’s bank account number, and their BIC or SWIFT code
  • Transfer amount and the currency the money should be received in
  • Reason for the transfer

Manage your money transfers

We’ll keep you updated on your money transfers, you’ll get an email when:

  • You've booked your transfer
  • You add a beneficiary
  • We receive your funds
  • We send the money to the beneficiary

You can manage your transfer through our online platform, or you can speak with an account manager.

United States dollar Currency Converter Tool

The rate on this form is not available to individuals or business customers. This converter is based on the Interbank rate - this is used by banks to sell currency to each other and can indicate how the market is currently performing.

About The United States Dollar

On January 1, 1999, the European Union introduced its new currency: the euro. Originally, used as an exchange currency between countries within the union, whilst each nation continued to use their own currencies. Spain was one of the original European countries to adopt the Euro currency. Greece adopted the euro in 2001 and became the 12th country to join the European single currency, ditching its own currency, the drachma. They were in time to be among the first wave of countries to launch euro banknotes and coins on 1 January 2002.

USD Denominations

Notes: $100, $50, $20, $10, $5, $1 Coins: $1, 50¢, 25¢, 10¢, 5¢, 1¢

About USA

Population: 328.2 million Capital city: Washington, D.C. Popular tourist locations: New York, Boston, San Francisco, Miami

At 3.8 million square miles, the USA is the world's fourth-largest country by total area and is only slightly smaller than the entire continent of Europe. Most of the country is located in central North America between Canada and Mexico. It’s the third most populated country in the world, and its most populated city is New York City.

If you want to move to the USA, you’ll need to get legal permission first. The type of visa or sponsorship you need will depend on how long you want to stay in the USA and why you’re moving. The easiest way to get permission to move to the USA is to have an employer sponsor your move. You can also be sponsored by a family member, or explore other visas like self-petition, non-immigrant work visa, and more.

Owning a home in the USA will cost you about $834/month per $100,000. So, if you’re looking at living in a house valued at $300,000, it’s likely to cost about 3 x $834 (or about $2,500 per month) to own. If you can rent a house for less than that, which is possible in lots of US cities, then renting might be better value. Another major consideration when moving to the US is health insurance, as there’s no free healthcare. This can be a large expense.

5 Interesting Facts About USA

  • Its capital was originally New York City
  • The United States uses 18% of the world's energy
  • One out of every eight Americans will work for McDonald's
  • The USA has no official language
  • 100 acres of pizza are served in the USA every day
Get Started

Opening an account with Currency Solutions is completely free and you’ll be able to make currency transfers anytime at our excellent exchange rates.

We appreciate that navigating the currency market can be daunting! So, a dedicated account manager will always be on hand to offer guidance.