Can joint account holders sign their own set of bank documents?

In order to open a joint account, both account holders must sign the same document. 

If you are not in the same location as your joint account owner, you will need to find a way to both sign the same documents.

Here is an example scenario:

Scenario A
John and Mary want to open a joint bank account. John is currently in Boston while Mary is in Los Angeles. In order to sign their account opening documents, John will first schedule an appointment to sign his documents with our lawyers. He will then mail the signed documents to Mary and she will schedule a second appointment with our lawyers. After Mary has signed all documents, she will mail the original signed documents to Portugal.

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