BRITISH NATIONAL INSURANCE NUMBERS
You have a National Insurance number to make sure your National Insurance contributions and tax are recorded against your name only.
It’s made up of letters and numbers and never changes.
You can find your National Insurance number:
- on your payslip
- on your P60
- on letters about your tax, pension, or benefits
- in the National Insurance section of your personal tax account
You can apply for a National Insurance number if you do not have one or find your National Insurance number if you’ve lost it.
Please fill in the form above and attach the required pictures and send the e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to proceed with your order.
Even if you haven’t worked yet and you are going straight from sixth form or college to university you still need a National Insurance number. When going to university, you will more than likely need to apply for your student loan to pay your university fees and to manage with rent, etc. whilst you are living at university or even if you are living at home. Without a National Insurance number, you cannot work in the UK, unless you are being paid cash in hand which is illegal and could get your employer and you in a lot of trouble.