The Facebook page name can include a government title or an abbreviation, such as MP, mayor, senator, representative, etc
The page name can’t combine “for parliament,” “for [your country],” etc
The page category also must be set to Politician.
The page name must hold a government title or abbreviation, such as MP, mayor, senator, representative, etc
The page category must be set to be Government Official.
The page’s About section also must clearly state that it’s a government page.
2. How to get a gray verification badge
If your Fb page’s category is Local Business, Company or Organization, your page may be acceptable for a gray verification badge. If you are an admin, your page has a profile and cover photo and is eligible, and you will see this option in your page’s Settings.” If you don’t see the said “verify this page” option it’s because Facebook hasn’t yet rolled out this feature to all users or your page is not eligible. To verify your Facebook page with a gray badge, you can use your brand or business’s publicly listed phone number or a business certificate (example: phone bill).
How to get verified on Facebook 2019
- Click on ‘Settings’ at the top of your page
- Click ‘General’
- Click ‘Page Verification’
- Click ‘Verify this Page’
- Click ‘Get Started’
- Enter a publicly recorded phone number for your business, your business country and language
- Click ‘Call Me Now’ to enable Facebook to call you with a verification code
- Enter the 4-digit verification code
- Click ‘Continue’