|Country||What you need to supply|
|Thailand||A reason for making the payment|
|Korea||A reason for making the payment plus a contact telephone number for the person receiving the money|
|India||An Indian Financial System Code (IFSC)** and the full postal address and PIN number (postal code) of the branch where the account is held|
|Canada||A 9 digit transit code**|
|Australia||A 6 digit BSB (Bank-State-Branch) code**|
|New Zealand||A 6 digit bank code**|
|Israel||A 2 digit bank code followed by a 3 digit branch code**|
|Mexico||An 18 digit CLABE which includes both the routing and account numbers|
|USA||A 9 digit ACH (also known as a Fedwire or ABA) number instead of a BI|
**These codes are written in front of the account number.
Occasionally, the person you are making the payment to may name an intermediary bank (that's a bank through which the payment will pass).
You should include the name of this bank on your Foreign Currency Transfer application form.