Who Can Join CUSA Federal Credit Union?

All Chevron Employees, contractors, interns, Select Employer Group employees, and their immediate family members are eligible for CUSA membership.

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP

You become an owner of the credit union with your membership. Because of the cooperative effort of all members, your credit union offers several advantages over other costly financial institutions. Your membership is effective as long as you maintain a $5 minimum Share Account balance. Even if you change employers, you will still be eligible for membership. A Share Account, representing shares of ownership, is your primary credit union savings account and is opened with your membership.

FAMILY MEMBERSHIP

If you are eligible for membership and all its benefits, your family members are also eligible. This includes, your spouse and children, your parents, brothers and sisters, your stepchildren and stepparents, and your grandchildren and grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Also, all members of your household (those persons living under your roof) are eligible to join. That means any person sharing a residence with you as part of a single family unit, including domestic employees or others who live with you.


 
 
Will there be a co-applicant on this application? *
Membership Eligibility: *
Name *
Name
Home Phone *
Home Phone
Work Phone
Work Phone
Other Phone
Other Phone
I am subject to back-up withholding *
I am a U.S. Person (including a U.S. Resident Alien) *
Home Address (not P.O. Box) *
Home Address (not P.O. Box)
Residence Type:
Mailing Address (if different)
Mailing Address (if different)
Present Employer Phone
Present Employer Phone
Present Employer Address
Present Employer Address

The Internal Revenue Service does not require your consent to any provision of this contract other than the certifications required to avoid backup withholding.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING A NEW ACCOUNT — To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents.