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Campus Jobs Right to Work ID Checklist

A Right to Work check is a legal requirement, and only certain ID is permitted.  Following the guidance in step three of your registration email, decide whether you would prefer an in person, face to face or virtual check, and see below for examples of ID required for a valid Right to Work Check to take place.

Please see the link to a page in the website below for further details. Government Update on Right to Work Checks

Since 1st July 2021, new rules apply for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens and we are no longer able to accept passports or national identity cards as evidence for a Right to Work check. Click here for more information.

If you have any queries regarding this, please e-mail


Campus Jobs ID Checklist

Please note that for the purpose of a Right to Work check a driving licence is not classed as valid ID.

Should your student name be different to that of your ID, you will also need to provide an official document to evidence this change, i.e. a marriage certificate or name change deed.

For your information, please see below for a list of acceptable ID that can be used, and select your ID from one of the sections below.

1.  Choose One piece of ID from the list below:

  • Current, valid passport (to include visa / work permit if required)– Students from outside the UK – please note for the purpose of a Right to Work check, an entry visa is not permitted
  • Biometric Residence Permit
  • Right to Work share code– Students from outside the UK can use the online Right to Work checking Service


2. If you are a British Citizen and do not have a passport, providing it is issued in the UK, please bring in a birth or adoption certificate along with one document from the list below to evidence your National Insurance number.

  • P45
  • P60
  • National Insurance Card
  • An official letter or document from a government agency e.g. HM Revenue and Customs, Department for Work and Pensions, or the Social Security Agency in Northern Ireland) or previous employer.
  • If you are unable to source evidence of your National Insurance number, guidance on how you can resolve this can be found by accessing the link below.

    National Insurance numbers – GOV.UK

  • Please note, that for the purpose of a Right to Work check, a wage slip is not classed as valid evidence of a National Insurance number.