What is a Credit Union?
Credit unions are financial
institutions formed by an organized group of people with a common
bond. Members of credit unions pool their assets to provide loans
and other financial services to each other.
Who can join
Chadron Federal Credit Union?
Our charter is
open to anyone who lives, works, or worships in Dawes, Sioux or
Sheridan counties in Northwest Nebraska. We can also offer membership
to anyone who is the immediate family member of an already active
credit union member. Also any employee of the Union Pacific Rail
Road (western division) can qualify for membership.
How Do I Become A Member?
We require a
completed membership application, a photocopy of a valid drivers
license or other state issued photo identification. Since 9/11
the government initiated the US Patriot Act which requires proper
identification when opening an account. This includes but is not
limited to a valid United States drivers license, birth
certificate, military credentials (with a photo), or passports.
We also may
need proof of your residency in Dawes, Sioux or Sheridan counties
if you just moved to the area. This can be provided by a utility
bill, invoice or other items that states your name and current
mailing address. *(These items are accepted at the discretion of
the credit union employees.)
become members via their parents. A copy of the child's
birth certificate and social security card is sufficient to open a
youth account. Children under 18 must have a parent/adult
joint owner on the account.