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Google requires certain advertisers to complete advertiser identity verification as part of a phased rollout. Learn more.
As part of the verification program, advertisers are required to submit one of the acceptable documents listed below based on the location their organization is registered in, or resident in if they are an individual. Complete advertiser identity verification.
Acceptable documents by Location
Organizations are required to submit one of the following registration documents for advertiser identity verification. Acceptable documents include:
- Certificate of incorporation or registration
- Extract from tax agency
- Tax clearance certificate
- DUNS certificate
Individuals and authorized representatives must submit a Japanese government-issued photo ID issued as part of the verification program. Acceptable documents include:
- Driver’s license
- Residence card