This page contains identifiers for various element types used in the verified data representation of OpenID Connect 4 Identity Assurance.
|The OP verifies and maintains user identities in conforms with the German Anti-Money Laundering Law.
|The OP is able to attest user identities in accordance with the EU regulation No 910/2014 (eIDAS).
|The OP is able to attest user identities in accordance with the NIST Special Publication 800-63A.
|The OP verifies and maintains user identities in conforms with the Japanese Act on Prevention of Transfer of Criminal Proceeds.
|The OP verifies and maintains user identities in conformance with the Japanese Act for Identification, etc. by Mobile Voice Communications Carriers of Their Subscribers, etc. and for Prevention of Improper Use of Mobile Voice Communications Services.
|The OP verifies and maintains user identities in conformance with the Czech Anti-Money Laundering Law.
|The OP verifies and maintains user identities in conforms with the German Telekommuncations Law (here §111).
|The OP verifies and maintains user identities in conforms with the Belgian law on electronic identification.
|The OP verifies and maintains user identities in conforms with the requirements of the Swedish e-ID.
|The OP is accredited by the Agency for Digital Italy as an identity provider in the Public Digital Identity System (SPID).
|The OP is accredited as an identity provider in the Dutch Trust Framework for Electronic Identification.
|The OP is certified as an identity service provider in the UK Digital Identity and Attributes Trust Framework (DIATF).
|The OP is accredited as an identity service provider under the AU Trusted Digital Identity Framework.
|Very low confidence/assurance in the identity.
|Low confidence/assurance in the identity. Used in eIDAS & UK TFIDA.
|Medium confidence/assurance in the identity. Used in UK TFIDA.
|Substantial confidence/assurance in the identity. Used in eIDAS.
|High confidence/assurance in the identity. Used in eIDAS & UK TFIDA.
|Very high confidence/assurance in the identity. Used in UK TFIDA.
|No link between the user and a specific real-life identity. Used in US NIST-800-63-3.
|A real-world existence of the claimed identity and verifies that the user is appropriately associated with it. Used in US NIST-800-63-3.
|Identity of the user proven by physical presence by an authorized and trained representative. Used in US NIST-800-63-3.
|An assurance level that is, or equivalent to, a one-time code sent via mail to the address of the owner of the claims. Used in SE BankID.
|An assurance level that is, or equivalent to, a in person verification with an ID document, but provided remotely . Used in SE BankID.
Note: ‘id_documents’ may be used instead of ‘document’ for backward compatibility purposes. This is expected to be deprecated in future releases and implementers are advised to use ‘document’.
|An identity document issued by a country's government for the purpose of identifying a citizen.
|A passport is a travel document, usually issued by a country's government, that certifies the identity and nationality of its holder primarily for the purpose of international travel. (see OxfordPassport).
|Official document permitting an individual to operate motorized vehicles. In the absence of a formal identity document, a driver's license may be accepted in many countries for identity verification.
|Official document permitting an individual to reside within a particular jurisdiction.
|ID Card issued by the German government to foreign nationals.
|ID Card issued by the German government to foreign nationals as passports replacement.
|Electronic Resident Permit issued by the German government to foreign nationals.
|Electronic Resident Permit issued by the German government to foreign nationals as replacement for another identity document.
|ID Card issued by the German government to refugees as passports replacement.
|ID Card issued by the German government to apatrids as passports replacement.
|identity document issued to refugees in case of suspension of deportation that are marked as "id card replacement".
|permission to reside issued by the German governed to foreign nationals applying for asylum
|ID Card replacement document issued by the German government to foreign nationals (see Act on the Residence, Economic Activity and Integration of Foreigners in the Federal Territory, Residence Act, Appendix D1 ID Card replacement according to § 48 Abs. 2 i.V.m. § 78a Abs. 4).
|Japanese drivers license.
|Japanese residence card for foreigners.
|Japanese national id card.
|Japanese special residency card for foreigners to permit permanent residence.
|Japanese health and insurance card.
|Japanese residency card.
|Bank statement from a recognized banking institution.
|Statement from a recognized utility provider.
|Statement from a recognized mortgage provider.
|Statement from a recognized loan provider.
|Statement from a country's tax authority.
|Statement from a country's social security authority.
|Official document permitting an individual to operate an aircraft.
|Official document certifying the circumstances of a birth.
|Official document certifying the circumstances of an adoption.
|Official document certifying the circumstances of a marriage.
|Official document certifying that a person has satisfied the criteria for legal recognition in the acquired gender.
|Official document permitting an individual to use or own a firearm.
|Document certifying that a person has received specific education or has passed a test or series of tests.
|Document that grants the holder official permission to enter, leave or stay in a country.
|An official military identity document issued by a country's government to its service personnel.
|An official voter identity document.
|A record from an official register of births.
|A record from an official register of deaths.
|A record from an official population register.
|A record from an official register of voters.
|A record from an official register of adoptions.
|A record from an official register of marriages.
|A authoritative record of a person having received specific education or has passed a test or series of tests.
|A military personnel record.
|A record of a bank account from a recognized banking institution.
|A record of an account from a recognized utility provider.
|A record of a mortgage from a recognized mortgage provider.
|A record of a loan from a recognized loan provider.
|A record from a country's tax authority.
|A record from a country's social security authority.
|A record from an institution or authority for the confinement of persons who have been deprived of their liberty following a criminal conviction by a judicial process.
|A record of incidents of suspected and proven fraudulent activities.
|Validation that physical evidence is genuine through inspection of its physical properties in person.
|Validation that physical evidence is genuine through inspection of its physical properties in person including its optical characteristics under non-visible light.
|Validation that physical evidence is genuine through the inspection of an image taken remotely under visible light.
|Validation that digital/electronic evidence is genuine by the inspection of its properties and content.
|Validation the cryptographic security features of the evidence are intact and correct.
|Found an existing electronic_record that matches the claims made by the user.
|Verifying the user is the owner of the claims by use of an electronic authentication process that is linked to the owner of the claims.
|Verifying the user is the owner of the claims by use of an electronic authentication token such as hardware token or smartcard that is linked and issued to the owner of the claims.
|Verifying the user is the owner of the claims by knowledge based challenges/questions that only the owner of the claims should know how to answer.
|Physical verification in person by a qualified/authorised person, the comparison of a physical characteristic (such as face) of the user with a known image/template of the owner of the claims.
|Physical verification by a qualified/authorised person when the user is remote, the comparison of a physical characteristic (such as face) from an image or video of the user with a known image/template of the owner of the claims.
|Biometric verification by an automated system with the user physically present to the system and the verifier, the use of a biometric modality (such as face) to match the user with a known template of the owner of the claims.
|Biometric verification by an automated system where the user and capture device is remote to the verifier, the use of a biometric modality (such as face) to match the user with a known template of the owner of the claims.
|A written/printed statement/letter from a recognised person or authority regarding the identity of the user.
|A statement from a recognised person or authority regarding the identity of the user that was made and stored electronically.
Deprecated element that is removed in the final spec - shopudl only be used if implementation is based on one of the implementers' drafts and even then should have a roadmap for deprecation
|Physical In-Person Proofing.
|Supervised remote In-Person Proofing.
|Online verification of an electronic ID card.
|Unsupervised remote in-person proofing with video capture of the ID document, user self-portrait video and liveness checks.
|Electronically onsite reading the document’s chip using an authorization certificate and card access number.