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Will a solicitor accept a public services card as ID, No Its

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Will a solicitor accept a public services card as ID
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Customer: No Its just for proof of id
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1. The short answer is No. Essentially, the only two forms of ID allowed by law are a passport or a driver's licence. A public services card is not ID but simply entitles the holder to access certain services. There can be duplicate public services cards, whereas this is not the case with a passport or a driver's licence.

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