What are Right To Work Documents?

Last updated on 29 January 2024

Your Right To Work documents are an essential part of your application. Without them, we can’t get you verified and booked onto shifts.

What counts as Right To Work Documents?

If you’re from the UK, we need either a photo of your passport and a selfie of you holding it ID, or a photo of your birth certificate. We’ll also need proof of your National Insurance Number (P45, P60, or HMRC letter) and a photo ID (anything with your face on it – citizen card, driver’s licence, etc). If, for some reason, you don’t have a copy of your National Insurance Number, you can request it here: https://www.gov.uk/lost-national-insurance-number

And remember: it’s important that we can see all four corners of each document you’re sending in.

If you’re not from the UK, we need a share code from: gov.uk/prove-right-to-work and a photo of your passport, if you’re from the EU (both pages of the photo page with all corners clearly visible) or the front and back of your BRP (Biometric Residence Permit) if you’re non-EU.

Please note: in all cases, we cannot accept a scanned copy/pdf of any documents.

Lastly, if you’ve changed your name for any reason and it no longer matches all of your documentation, we’ll also need a copy of your marriage licence or name change deed.