4. Proof an Identity at Level of Assurance 4
This use case describes the process for completing identity proofing at Level of Assurance 4 (LOA4), which allows an individual to receive an LOA4 credential. LOA4 identity proofing must be completed in person and requires the most robust process for verifying the individual’s claimed identity.
Pre-condition: A need has been established for an individual to receive an LOA4 credential.
|An individual presents a valid government issued ID.|
|The government ID is verified with the organization that issued it.|
|The individual presents a second form of government ID or an account number.|
|The approval authority verifies that the second form of ID matches the first form of ID, or verifies the account number.|
|The approval authority confirms the individual’s contact information.|
|The individual’s biometric data is captured.
A strong level of non-repudiation is achieved by capturing biometric data.
Post-condition: The individual’s identity is proofed at LOA4.
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