Upon payment for a Licence to Perform High Risk Work, the applicant must produce 100 points of identification.
All documents must be originals.
If an applicant cannot produce a primary document, 100 points can be made up from a combination of secondary documents - provided at least one document includes photo identification, the applicant's full name and signature (e.g. a driver's licence). At least one of the documents must show the applicant's date of birth.
If the applicant cannot produce evidence of identity documents in accordance with the requirements specified below, the application cannot proceed.
All forms of identification set out below must be current unless it is expressly stated otherwise.
|Primary Documents - 70 Points
||Secondary Documents - 40 Points
||Secondary Documents - 25 Points|
|Australian Passport (current or expired which has not been cancelled and was current within the preceding 2 years)
||Australian Driver's Licence
||Proof of Age Card|
|International Passport (Current passports only. Expired passports will not be accepted.) Passport in a language other than English must be accompanied by an official translation.
||Licence to Perform High Risk Work
|Australian Full Birth Certificate or Certificate Extract
||Public Service Identity Card
||Current bank or credit union issued credit card, debit or account card|
|Australian Citizenship Certificate
||Tertiary Education Identity Card
||Bank or Credit Union statement|
||Veterans' Affairs Card
||Council Rates Notice|
||Health Care Card
||Motor vehicle registration certificate|