Belsky 002: Getting your national Insurance number
National Insurance number is a number used in the United Kingdom in the administration of the National Insurance or social benefit system. It is also used for some purposes in the UK tax system. The number is in the following format of two prefix letters, six digits, and one suffix letter, like this: AB 12 34 56 C and is described by the United Kingdom government as a "personal account number" because it is the only number allocated to almost every adult resident of the country, it is used for some limited purposes to check identity.
In this episode you will learn What is a National Insurance number, Who can get it and also how do you get one including the documents and information you will need for your Interview.