National Insurance numbers

National Insurance numbers

Most people who work in the UK need a National Insurance number (NI no). It ensures that the National Insurance contributions and the tax you pay are properly recorded on your account. It also acts as a reference number for the whole social security system. More information about the system is available at:


Applying for a National Insurance number

To apply for an NI number, you usually need to complete an application form, attend a face-to-face appointment and provide evidence of who you are and why you want to apply for a National Insurance number. You will be required to bring your passport as proof of identity.

Booking an appointment

You can book an appointment by:

· contacting your local National Insurance Number Office (either in Camden or Tooting – contact details below)

· calling the National Insurance Helpline on 0845 600 0643

If you book an appointment via e-mail, be sure to provide your full name, date of birth, address and contact telephone number.

Camden NINO Office: Camden HUB, 97 Camden High Street, London, NW1 7JN (opposite Argos, under the arch). Opening hours: 9.00am-5.00pm except Wednesday 10.00am-5.00pm

To book an appointment, either e-mail: camdentown.dci@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk or call into Camden JobCentre Plus (just next door) for an appointment. They recommend that you travel with all of your documents, as you may be seen at short notice on the same day.

Tooting NINO Office: 67 Upper Tooting Road, London, SW17 7TN (nearest tube: Tooting Bec on the Northern Line). To book an appointment., call 020 8218 4451 or email:


Documents you may need to take to your appointment

Full details regarding documents will be supplied when you receive confirmation of your appointment, but documents usually required can include:

· Passport or biometric ID card, national identity card, residence or naturalisation documents, adoption certificate

· letter from college or university with full details of course,

· mortgage or rental agreement,

· Payslips, work permit, a letter from your employer, contract of employment, details of any employment agencies registered with, evidence of actively looking for work

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