This page explains why we perform Right to Work checks and what we need from you to get these done as quickly as possible. Please read the full guide. Our contact details are at the bottom of the page if you have questions.
Why do we perform Right to Work checks?
How do we perform the check?
- A clear colour photo of your passport, showing all 4 corners of the ID page
- 2 separate clear colour photos of the front and back of your biometric residence card if applicable
- Your share code - for example: A12 345 67G
- If you're not sure what your 'share code' is, you can find this out here.*
- Alternatively, if you are struggling to locate your code you can contact the Home Office directly on 020 7035 4848.
* Please note that due to the changes the Home Office implemented in April 2022, non-UK/Irish passport holders will have to provide a share code and those results will be taken as the right the work status for an individual but not what is stated on a biometric residence permit (BRP).
As taken from the Home Office website (click here for the link):
"You can no longer accept biometric residence cards or permits. Ask the applicant for a share code instead."
After the Right to Work check is performed
We will upload your passport and any other right to work documents you hold to your Lantum account for you.
Providing the other core governance requirements are correct and you are on the GMC GP Register and NPL, we will be able to approve your account so you can apply for sessions.
If you'd like to chat with a member of our Clinical Governance team about your documents, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you experience any technical issues or have questions, please contact the Customer Support team.
You can get in touch either by using the online chat in the bottom left-hand corner, or via email email@example.com