NVB recommends that a minimum of two forms of identification must be produced to validate the identity of the applicant. One of these should be photographic and one dated no more than 6months old with the applicant’s current address. So, for example, a passport or driving licence plus a letter or utility bill will suffice.
The Archdiocese of Dublin is unable to accept the Public Services Card (PSC) as a form of identification, even where the cardholder voluntarily tenders it for this purpose. This is because it contains their PPS number. Accepting the PSC would be an offence under the Social Welfare Consolidation Act 2005 (Section 263, subsection 4).
Further information on the process is available by accessing the link below.
Belgrove Senior Girls’ N.S.
Seafield Road West