What documents can I use to verify my address?
If you’re joining ASB, you may need to upload a document that shows your address:
- A statement or letter from a bank other than ASB
- A letter from a government department or agency, such as the IRD, Department of Justice or the Electoral Commission
- A statement or letter from a KiwiSaver or superannuation provider other than ASB
- A house or contents insurance policy
- A rates or water bill from a local authority
- A utility bill such as gas, power, fixed phone, internet, Sky TV or an on-account mobile phone
- A tenancy or lease agreement signed by the landlord and tenants
- A letter from a recognised retirement home that confirms you live there
At an ASB branch you also show an original copy of a letter, statement or bill from a qualifying New Zealand educational institute.
Your document must meet these criteria:
- It must show your name and your physical home address (not a PO Box)
- Bills from utilities and local authorities must be for a service at your home address
- It needs to be from a source listed above
- It must be less than 12 months old
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