In order to join Miami Federal Credit Union you must be an
employee or military personnel of the U.S. Federal
Government who work in or have headquarters in Miami-Dade,
Broward or Monroe County, Florida.
Also employees of the following member companies and/or
organizations are eligible to join:
- Capital Grill Restaurant
- Tools for Change
- Bethel Apostolic Temple
- Church of the Open Door
- Henderson Clinic
- Health Systems
Agency of South Florida, Inc.
Opportunities Family Health Center, Inc.
- IXE Dollar Express,
- First Church of
North Miami Congregational
Also, immediate family members of eligible employees may
also join the Credit Union. If you do not qualify, but would
like to be eligible to join,
eligibility as Member Company.
To become a member of the Credit Union, you must first open
a share savings account with a minimum deposit of $5.00.
There is also a one time membership fee of $2.00 as well.
Thereafter, we welcome you to enjoy a wide range of
financial benefits for you and your family members to last a
“Once a Member, Always a Member!” because whether you move,
retire, or simply quit working at one of our member
companies, you and your family members are always welcome to
remain a member of Miami Federal Credit Union.
Please download the application
and fill in the information requested. Although all
membership applications must be completed in one of our four
branch offices, preparing the application in advance will
speed up the process.
Please do not hesitate to
contact a member services representative at (305) 377-1017
for more information and join today!
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING A NEW
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 will also
ask to see your driver’s license, or other identifying
You must bring in at least one of the valid ids listed
State of Florida Driver License
driver license issued by another state
State of Florida ID Card
identification issued by another state
Alien ID issued by the US Government