I have a job interview tomorrow and for various security checks I "must" bring various forms of ID and proof I can work in the UK. I only have my photocard driving license in my house and even this isn't enough supposedly, as they want the paper counterpart too. They want other information such as a passport or birth certificate (both of which my parents have), or utility bills/bank statements - I don't have utility bills in my name and my bank doesn't send out paper statements.
Ugh. As far as I'm concerned, a photocard driving license and national insurance number should be sufficient, especially as they haven't even offered me the job, but apparently it isn't.
What am I going to do? Will they refuse to interview me because I haven't brought these documents along, or will they accept my excuses?