If you're only beginning to study the foreign exchange market, my advice to you is - start practicing on a demo account and do not invest your real money until you understand how it works.
That's why there are demo accounts where you can trade in real time. The only difference between a demo account and a real one is that you do not invest your own money, but instead trade with virtual money. All brokers have the opportunity to open a virtual account, connect it to the trading platform MetaTrader and start practicing.
When you register a demo account, you can choose your balance (the amount that will be on the account to begin with), as well as the leverage. The higher the leverage, the larger the lots you will be able to trade, respectively, to gain more profit. With that the risk also increases, which means that potential losses will also be bigger. The link to learn more about the brokerage account we use will be below.
Also, when registering a real account, the broker asks for proof of identity and proof of address - this is a standard procedure. You should carefully check the data you enter when you register, so that it will be consistent with the data on the documents you will send, as well as the data on the bank card from which you will deposit your balance. In any case, you can always ask a support question and discuss any nuances that relate to your situation. To create a demo account, providing documents is not mandatory.