AssuredID - £6.00 per candidate (VAT not included) - Pay-per-candidate individual check
£6.00 exc. VAT
Less than three minutes for candidate to complete
Verify right to work checks remotely
Use AssuredID to verify the identity and right to work status of your potential and current employees.
Under the UK Digital Identity & Attributes Trust Framework, the Home Office and DCMS allow for DI & right to work verification through cutting edge document and biometric analysis technology.
This allows employers in the UK to verify the identity and right to work of their potential and current employees completely remotely providing enhanced security and efficiency for employers and improved candidate experience.
The identity verification element of this check will also satisfy the proof of identity and address requirements for sending a basic, standard or enhanced DBS. If you require the addition of a DBS check, please order the relevant police check at the same time as purchasing this package.
The candidate will need to take a picture of their identity/right to work document and take a short selfie video to capture their facial biometrics. This allows AssuredID to verify that their document is valid, they are a real person, and they are the same person pictured in their document.
Why choose us
- Fully automated solution
- No data leaves the UK
- Reed Screening have directly influenced this change in legislation
- Reed Screening only employer mentioned in Ministerial press release
- Average turnaround time is under 24 hours
- UK, Onshore 24/7 Screening Team
Details & requirements
To initiate this check, all that’s required is:
- The candidate’s email address or phone number
- Employer business name
- Employer specific reference such as job ID, application ID, position applied for
When completing the check the candidate will need to provide:
- Their ID document (if being used for right to work, this must be an in-date British or Irish passport)
- Their current address (if not included on the ID document)
- A short selfie video to capture facial biometrics