You can see the status of your ID verification on the right side of your edX dashboard. If your photos were denied, the reason for denial will be listed there.
You can review information about some of the most common photo verification denial reasons below.
Photo ID Not Provided
This means that you did not submit an image of your photo ID card for the second photo. When you submit your photos, the second photo should be a picture of your photo ID card. We accept most identification cards with your photo and name on it.
We recommend that you try again one more time, ensuring that for the second photo, you take a still, clear picture of your photo ID with the name on your ID fully visible.
User Photo Not Provided
This means that you did not submit an image of your face for the first photo. Please note that our verification software will not accept professional headshot images, but rather the user photo must be a 'selfie' that you take yourself.
When you try again, in the first photo, make sure that you take a clear, centered picture of yourself with your device's camera.
Text Not Clear
This means that the name on the image of your photo ID card was too blurry or not readable in the second photo. When you try again, for the second photo, hold your ID card as still as possible and make sure that your full name and photo are visible in the image.
This means that the name on your edX account does not exactly match the name on the photo ID you provided. This includes being in the same language or alphabet.
You may update the name on your edX account before trying again in your Account Settings. If you prefer to use a different name other than the name on your photo ID card, you can change your name back after your verification photos have been approved.
We recommend watching the video in this article to get a better sense of how the process works:
You can submit your photos again here: https://courses.edx.org/verify_student/reverify