Right to work and identification
To apply for the Frontline programme you must:
– Possess the right to work and study in the UK (including access to public funds) for the duration of the programme (until September 2023)
– Be residing in England by July 2021
Please note Frontline cannot sponsor work or student visas.
We accept the following documents as proof of the right to work in the UK:
– A UK passport (valid or expired)
– An EU/EEA/Swiss passport along with proof of settled/pre-settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme
– A full UK birth or adoption certificate, together with an official document which provides your permanent national insurance number issued by a government agency or previous employer (e.g. a P45 or P60 – we will not accept national insurance cards)
– A certificate of registration or naturalisation as a British citizen, together with an official document which provides your permanent national insurance number issued by a government agency or previous employer (e.g. a P45 or P60 – we will not accept national insurance cards)
-A non-UK/EEA/Swiss passport, together with a Permanent Residence Card/Indefinite Leave to Remain visa
We highly encourage applicants to check their documentation before submitting an application as you will be unable to attend an assessment centre without this. Please note that failure to provide requested documentation within specified time frames may result in your application being withdrawn.
If you have changed your name and the name on any of your documents do not match your current legal name, you will need to provide name change documentation in the form of one or more of the following accepted documents:
– Marriage or civil partnership certificate
– Deed poll certificate
– Adoption order/certificate
– Gender recognition certificate
– Statutory declaration/affidavit
– Full birth certificate
If you have changed your name more than once, you may be asked to provide evidence of all changes. Please note your official name on your records will be registered as per your legal name.
Applicants who are in the UK on a visa, must have the right to work and study in the UK (including access to public funds) until the end of the programme (i.e. September 2023) at the point of application. Applicants will need to provide both their passport and their visa.
As our programme is funded, we unfortunately cannot accept applicants who are in the UK on a Tier 4 visa.
Applicants who are successful at the assessment centre, will need to provide proof of their settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme before they can be made a formal offer. Passports must be provided before applicants can attend an assessment centre.
I have a UK passport but it’s expired, what evidence shall I provide?
We accept expired UK passports. This should be provided along with your other documents when requested.
My visa will expire during the programme but I’m likely to have it renewed, can I apply?
Unfortunately, you need to have the right to work and study in the UK until September 2023 in order for you to apply therefore we cannot accept applicants who cannot evidence this at the point of application.
I no longer have documentation that shows my name change/s, is this a problem?
You will need to provide evidence of your name change where your documents do not match each other (or do not match your current name). We would therefore advise you request replacements of the relevant documentation ahead of submitting your application as these will be need to be presented when requested.
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