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What is Proof of Address?

Proof of Address is a document that acts as a security measure and verifies that you are not lying about where you live. The proof of address must contain your name, current residential address, has to be dated within the last three months and needs to be sent by a recognized authority, with their logo, name, and information. Most often, invoice statement from a bank should be sufficient. For example, proof of address can be one of the following documents: utility bill, credit card/bank bill or statement, mortgage contract, car registration, company payslip, municipality bill, residence permit, insurance policy, driver’s license (if it has an address).