Use a String as a Custom Primary Key for Eloquent Table In Laravel

class UserVerification extends Model
    // if your key name is not 'id'
    // you can also set this to null if you don't have a primary key
    protected $primaryKey = 'your_key_name';
    public $timestamps = false;
    public $incrementing = false;

    // In Laravel 6.0+ make sure to also set $keyType
    protected $keyType = 'string';