What is an identity verification document?
Document verification is a digital identity verification method used to check whether an applicants ID document (e.g. passport, ID card, drivers license, etc.) is legitimate. The goal is to capture, extract, and analyze ID data in order to authenticate government-issued identity documents.
What are two documents you need to prove your identity?
A government issued ID You can bring your drivers license, state issued ID or passport as proof of your identity.
What is a secondary proof of identity?
Full-color scans and PDFs of the following are acceptable as secondary documents: Social Security card (the original document must be physically presented if you are verifying your identity on a Trusted Referee video call) U.S. DoD Certificate of Birth Abroad (FS-545) U.S. DoS Certification of Report of Birth (DS-1350)
How do I prove my identity on Mygov?
You can verify your identity documents by scanning them with your smart device or entering the details manually. When scanning, check: youre using the latest version of the myGovID app. all edges of your document are visible in the image.
What is secondary identity?
Secondary identities, such as college major, occupation, and marital status, are more fluid and more dependent on situation. For example, if you are an athlete, and you are thinking about how you are different and unique from others who are not athletic, then you are focusing on part of your individual identity.