The procedure is probably almost the same at any bank. Go to the nearest branch and tell them you want to open a checking account They will give you a form to fill out (name, address, phone etc). Make sure you have a picture ID and be over 18 (if under 18 you'll need a parent with … Read more
It starts with a leader who is generally a leader for life a/k/a a dictator. Then he appoints his friends and relatives to life long jobs. Newspapers and TV/Radio are totally under gov't control, anyone who disagrees with what the gov't says is thrown in jail or killed. Free elections are non-existant. In other words, the gov't runs everything. … Read more
You have a couple of options: 1) Take an UPTOWN #1, 2 or 3 train to 42nd St Times Square (one stop) and walk over to 6th Av/42nd St (Bryant Park) 2) From Penn Station, exit at the 7th Av side, walk over to 6th Av/Broadway and take an UPTOWN B, D, F or V train to … Read more
Take a downtown #2 or 3 train to Fulton Street or Downtown A or C to Broadway-Nassau. For either at Fulton/Bway-Nassau, follow signs to the exit at Fulton & William Sts. Walk down Fulton St where it curves to the right. You will see the Seaport.
Take the downtown F train @ 169th St/Hillside Av to Jay Street in Brooklyn. Exit to the street at Jay & Willoughby Sts, make a right walk 2 blocks to Adams St. Cross to the other side of the street and make a half right and walk to Cadman Plaza.
From Canal & Lafayette STreets take an UPTOWN 6 train to Grand Central. If you are Canal St and Broadway, walk one block east to Lafayette St for the 6. However if you do find your way on the N, Q, R or W train, then take that to 14th St and transfer to an UPTOWN … Read more