UK National Insurance is a system of payments made out of earnings by employees, employers and the self-employed to the Government that entitle you to a state pension and other benefits.

UK National Insurance Numbers (NINO) are the identification numbers assigned to each person born in the UK, or to anyone resident in the UK who is a legal employee, student, recipient of social welfare benefits, pension etc.

The policy looks for a match at least one of the content blades UK NINO Formal or UK NINO Informal.