The Director-ID form
ARE for government registration of all or any company/Corporation Directors of any Australian company.
Use this application form if you are living outside Australia and don’t have the required identity documents to apply online.
For more information about director ID, visit abrs.gov.au/directorID
They can process your application with the information you provide and confirm your details with their systems, They will send confirmation of your director ID to the postal address on your application, and will contact you if they need more information.
The Referrer ID form
Is a government registration of all or any company/Corporation Directors of any Australian company.
This form is to used if you do not have sufficient Identification.
Use this form if an Australian Business Registry Services (ABRS) contact officer has requested you to complete it. An ABRS officer may ask you to complete this if you are unable to provide the required proof of identity documents to ABRS.
You can use this reference if:
■ your referee has known you for 12 months or more, and
■ you don’t have enough proof of identity documents and
can’t reasonably be expected to obtain them.
This reference must be completed by an authorised referee,
such as a:
■ council chairperson
■ community manager
■ school principal
■ minister of religion
■ senior nursing sister
■ Justice of the Peace
■ bank, building society or credit union officer with at least
5 years of service
■ authorised government officer (for example, a police officer, Department of Human Services (Centrelink) agent,
The referee cannot be:
■ a family member or any other person where it could create
a real or perceived conflict of interest
■ a person connected with matters where they have an
actual or perceived personal or financial interest.
Application for Membership
With the Application of Membership,
Your Information is also kept on file with the
Djerriwarrh Te Moana Nui A Kiwa Aboriginal Corporation, this is kept in an off line secure file
Applicant Declaration Form
Your Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander heritage is something that is personal and you do not need a ‘letter of confirmation’ to identify as an Indigenous person. However, you may be asked to provide a confirmation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander form or letter when applying for Indigenous-specific services or
programs such as:
– Grants (such as Indigenous housing loans, research – and study grants)
– University courses (with specific positions for Indigenous students)
– Centrelink and housing assistance (Indigenous-specific)
– Employment (Indigenous identified positions)
– School programs for Indigenous students
Where an applicant is already a member of Djerriwarrh Te Moana Nui A Kiwa Aboriginal Corporation and can provide evidence of membership, then that evidence/proof should be sufficient for the applicant to be given
consideration for the Confirmation of Aboriginal Certificate. The evidence/proof provided must confirm that the applicant is a member of Djerriwarrh Te Moana Nui A Kiwa Aboriginal Corporation and meets the 3-part definition of descent, self-recognition and community recognition.
The Board of Directors reserves the right to grant or otherwise a Confirmation of Aboriginal Certificate.
The confirmation must be approved by a resolution at a formal meeting of the Board of Directors of Djerriwarrh Te Moana Nui A Kiwa Aboriginal Corporation and the record of the resolution is to be sealed with the Common Seal of Djerriwarrh Te Moana Nui A Kiwa Aboriginal Corporation and signed by 2 Elders or Directors
The confirmation must also state that the applicant meets the 3-part definition of descent, self-recognition and community recognition.
The applicant must complete a Statutory Declaration as evidence of the applicant’s Aboriginality and submit it to the Board of Directors of Djerriwarrh Te Moana Nui A Kiwa Aboriginal Corporation for consideration.