Before a suitable date for your assessment centre can be confirmed you will need to upload your proof of right to work, ID and address documentation as well as proof of your appropriate qualification. The same documents must also be presented at the start of your assessment centre. This applies to all internal and external candidates to ensure the correct level of vetting is achieved.
You must provide 1 proof of right to work document and 3 proof of ID and address documents.
To see a full breakdown of all documentation options download our pre-employment guidance document.
Proof of Right to Work
To work in the Civil Service, you must evidence you have valid and current right to work in the UK and Eligibility to be a Civil Servant by presenting 1 document from the relevant list below:
I have a permanent right to work in the UK. (List A)
I have a temporary right to work in the UK (List B)
Home Office online right to work checking service
Proof of ID and Address Documentation
You must also ensure that you have 3 appropriate items of identification with you for your assessment. The options will change depending on the first document you selected.
All documents must be in your current name. One of the documents must verify your current address, one must include a photograph and one must include your date of birth.
Please note EEA Passports can only be used as proof of ID and are no longer accepted as a proof of Right to Work unless endorsed to show the holder is allowed to stay in the UK and carry out the work in question.