How to Apply for Late Registration of Birth: A Complete Guide

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You can tell everyone your age but unless there’s a birth certificate to prove it, you’re just like a foundling with no proof of identity.

Sadly, a lot of Filipinos are in such a precarious situation. They request for their birth certificates from the PSA only to be told that their birth records never existed in the first place.

And because the birth certificate is a critical requirement whenever you’re applying for a passport, enrolling in a school, getting insurance claims, or applying for a job, the lack of it will prevent you from advancing further in life.

Fortunately, all hope is not lost. In this in-depth guide, we’ll teach you how to file for late registration of birth and claim the birth certificate you’ve been deprived of.

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Who should apply for late registration of birth?

According to Sec. 2 of Presidential Decree 651, all births are required to be reported or registered with the local civil registrar within 30 days from the time of birth.

The local civil registrar or LCR is usually located inside or near the city or municipal hall.

Depending on where the baby was born, the responsibility of registering/reporting the birth falls on either the attending physician/nurse/hospital administrator (if born in the hospital) or the midwife/hilot (if born at home).

When the registration takes place beyond the required 30-day time frame, it is referred to as delayed or late registration.

Late registration is a common issue among those who were born in the provinces through a traditional midwife or hilot, someone who is often not aware, much less trained, to process the required paperwork.

As a result, the baby enters adulthood only to discover that neither PSA nor the LCR can retrieve his/her birth records.

Filipinos born abroad aren’t excused either.

Parents (one or both of whom must be Filipino citizens) must report the birth of their child to the Philippine Embassy within 100 days from the date of birth. Otherwise, it will be classified as late registration and no record of birth will be forwarded to the Office of the Civil Registrar-General in Manila.

Unless the applicant files a late registration of birth, he/she won’t be able to apply for Philippine passport and get the privileges given to Filipino citizens.

This guide is for all Filipinos who are aware of or just recently discovered their lack of birth certificate, thus holding them back from doing anything that requires proof of one’s identity.


How to Apply for Late Registration of Birth Certificate in the Philippines: 3 Easy Steps.

1. Verify the absence of your birth records.

Before applying for late registration, you must first confirm if you really don’t have existing birth records both in the Philippine Statistics Authority (formerly NSO) and your local civil registrar.

At this point, I assume you already requested a copy of your birth certificate from the PSA and received a Negative Intent or Negative Results Certification (NRC) which means nothing came out of their database.

The next step should be going to the local civil registrar with jurisdiction over the place of your birth and request for a copy of your birth records.

If they’re able to retrieve your records, it simply means the files haven’t been forwarded to PSA yet. In this case, all you need to do is to file for an Endorsement and let the local civil registrar expedite the transmission for you.

On the other hand, if none of your birth records exist both in PSA and the local civil registrar, it means your birth wasn’t reported at all, in which case applying for delayed or late registration of birth is the appropriate solution.


2. Know the requirements for late registration of birth.

Before heading to the local civil registrar or DFA office (if you’re born abroad), make sure you already know or have completed all the documentary requirements needed to file for late registration of birth.

Take note, however, that fees and requirements may vary depending on the civil registrar you’ll be transacting with. It’s recommended, therefore, to check your local civil registrar’s website first to see the updated checklist of requirements.

If you’re using the Internet, simply enter the search string “late registration of birth certificate + name of your city/municipality” into the Google search box and it will return either a page or a PDF file with the complete list of requirements and procedures.

In general, here are the documentary requirements usually requested when you’re applying for late registration of birth:


a. If the applicant is a minor (less than 18 years old).

i. Certificate of No Record of Birth or the “Negative Results Certification” (NRC) issued by the PSA.

ii. Four (4) copies of the Certificate of Live Birth duly accomplished and signed by the proper parties.

iii. Affidavit for Delayed Registration (at the back of Certificate of Live Birth) duly accomplished by the father, mother, or guardian (must be in the presence of these people), declaring the following:

  • Name of the child.
  • Date and place of birth.
  • Name of the father (if the child is illegitimate and has been acknowledged by him).
  • If legitimate, the date and place of marriage of parents.
  • Reason for not registering the birth within thirty (30) days after the date of birth.
  • If you’re filing for late registration of the birth of an illegitimate child and you’re not the mother, declare in a sworn statement the recent whereabouts of the mother.

iv. At least two documents showing the name of the child, date and place of birth, and the name of the mother (and the name of the father, if the child has been acknowledged).

The following documents are accepted:

  • Immunization Card/Early Childhood Care and Development Chart/Yellow Card (for children).
  • Baptismal certificate.
  • School records (nursery, kindergarten, or preparatory).
  • Voter’s affidavit.
  • Income tax return of parent/s.
  • Insurance policy.
  • Medical records (old).
  • SSS/GSIS documents.
  • Others, such as barangay captain’s certification.

v. Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons who might have witnessed or known the birth of the child.

In most civil registrars, this affidavit is only required when none of the aforementioned requirements are available.

The “two disinterested persons” referred here could be neighbors or family friends who have personal knowledge of the circumstances surrounding the applicant’s birth and will not benefit directly by revealing such information (as opposed to relatives who may be motivated by insurance claims, etc.)


b. If the applicant is 18 years old or above.

i. All the requirements mentioned above.

ii. Certificate of Marriage, if married.


c. If the applicant was born abroad.

When someone is born abroad to one or both parents who are Filipino citizen/s, the birth must be reported to the Philippine Embassy or the Consulate that has jurisdiction over the place of birth.

The reporting should take place within 12 months from the time of birth. It is done so that the baby will have a Report of Birth in the PSA database.

Having this Philippine equivalent of the foreign birth certificate enables the child to grow up enjoying the privileges given to Filipino citizens.

In case you’re the parent/s who live abroad and were not able to report the birth of your child with the Philippine Embassy, you may still do so, provided that you also submit a notarized Affidavit of Delayed Registration of Birth.

For the complete procedure, please read this guide: How to Get Birth Certificate for Newborn Babies Born Abroad.

Meanwhile, if you’re someone born abroad and now live in the Philippines, ask your parents if they’re able to report your birth to the Philippines Embassy when you’re a child.

If not, you can still acquire a birth certificate from PSA by applying for late registration of birth at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) main office in Parañaque City.

The list below presents the documentary requirements you need to file for late registration of birth. Ensure that you bring both the original copy of the document/s and at least 5 photocopies of each. The forms mentioned below are available at the Consular Records Window in DFA.

i. Report of Birth Form (FA Form No. 40).

  • Print five forms in A4 paper and fill them out, making sure the answers are either typewritten or printed legibly.
  • Item 20 in the form should be notarized by the notary public.

ii. Foreign birth certificate.

  • If not written in the English language, please submit an official English translation (notarized and authenticated).
  • Must be authenticated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country of birth if the applicant was born in the following places/countries: Shanghai, Norway, Austria, France, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Netherlands, Iceland, India, and Middle Eastern countries like UAE and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This also applies to those born under the consular jurisdiction of the Philippine Embassy in Mexico.
  • If born in Japan, please submit original copies of Shussei Todoke No Kisai Jiko Shomeisho (Birth Notification Report issued by the Japanese City Hall) or certified true copy with stamps from City Hall; Boshi Techo (Maternity Record Book); and the latest Koseki Tohon (Family Registry). In case the applicant was born inside a US base in Japan, please also provide a copy of the birth certificate issued by the hospital within the vicinity of that base and the Consular Report of Birth.
  • If the applicant was born under the consular jurisdiction of the Philippine Consulate General in Los Angeles, submit PSA birth certificate of Filipino parent and Foreign birth certificate of Foreign national parent.
  • If the applicant was born under the consular jurisdiction of the Philippine Consulate General in Toronto, submit the original certified true copy of live birth (long form).

iii. First passport or travel document of the applicant.

  • Photocopies of the bio data pages and used visa pages.
  • In case it’s unavailable, kindly execute an Affidavit of Non-submission of Document with an attached copy of the applicant’s valid/recent passport or any valid ID.

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iv. If parents are married, please submit their foreign marriage contract/Report of Marriage (ROM)/authenticated marriage certificate issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).

v. If parents are unmarried, please submit the following:

  • If the applicant is using the surname of the father, please submit an Affidavit to Use the Surname of the Father (AUSF) to be executed by the mother and Affidavit of Acknowledgement of Paternity to be executed by the fatherIf the affidavits will be executed in the Philippines, these should be registered first as Legal Instruments at the Local Civil Registry Office of the place of execution and authenticated by the DFA. If executed abroad, the affidavits should be registered first at the Foreign Service Post (FSP) of the country of residence of the parent(s) or at the FSP nearest the place of residence.
  • If the applicant is using the mother’s surname, please submit the Birth Certificate of the mother and a notarized Affidavit of Illegitimacy.

vi. Passport of the applicant’s parents (valid at the time of the birth of the child) and any current/valid passports of both parents.

  • Please provide photocopies of the passport bio data pages.
  • If the old passports have been lost or are no longer available, please execute an Affidavit of Non-submission of Document with an attached copy of valid/recent passport or any valid ID [(i.e. Green card or permanent resident card, copy of visa (at the time of birth of the child), working permit if working abroad at the time of birth of the child].
  • If the applicant was born in the USA and Canada, submit any of the following documents of parent/s: USA/Canada Visa, USA/Canada Working Permit, or Green Card/Permanent Resident Card.
  • If the Filipino parent/s had acquired foreign citizenship (i.e. American, Australian, British or Canadian) and re-acquired Philippine citizenship, submit a certificate of naturalization of parents and re-acquisition certificates of parents and of the child. If the child is 18 years old and above at the time of parent’s re-acquisition of Philippine citizenship, please submit an Identification Certificate for Filipino citizen issued by the Bureau of Immigration.

vii. Other requirements.

  • Five recent passport size photos of the applicant.
  • DFA Authenticated Birth Certificate of the Filipino parents issued by the PSA.
  • For applicants who are more than one year old, a notarized Affidavit of Delayed Registration and a notarized Affidavit of Two (2) Disinterested Persons.
  • Negative Results Certification (NRC) of Birth Record from the PSA (CRS Form No. 1).
  • Consular Fee of USD 25.

In addition to the core requirements above, the DFA may also request additional documents depending on the results of their evaluation. This is to ensure that you have the qualifications determined by the Philippine law to acquire a birth certificate from the PSA.


3. Proceed to the office of the local civil registrar (for Philippine-born applicants) or to the DFA Office of Consular Affairs (for foreign-born applicants).

a. Philippine-born applicants.

For applicants born in the Philippines, the late registration of birth must be filed at the local civil registrar with jurisdiction over the place of your birth.

Again, the office of the LCR is usually located within the municipal or city hall.

Upon arrival, you will be asked to register in a logbook before giving you a queue or priority number. Wait for your turn to submit the documentary requirements and forms which will be assessed by the PSA.

Processing period is approximately 5 days after which you’ll return to the civil registrar to claim the birth certificate.

The fee may vary as local civil registrars follow different tax codes. It also varies depending on the age of the applicant. In Makati, for example, applicants below 2 years old are charged Php 200 while those older than 2 years old are required to pay Php 500.

In case you’re now living in a town/province/city too far from your place of birth, you don’t have to travel just to file the late registration.

With the process called Out-of-town Late Registration or Reporting of Birth, you can now apply at the nearest civil registrar and let them process and transmit your documents to the civil registrar with jurisdiction over the place of your birth.

For example, if you currently live in Makati but were born in Laguna, the Out-of-town Late Registration enables you to file at the Makati civil registrar and have your application processed without leaving the city.

The only downside is you have to pay an Endorsement fee of more or less Php 290 to complete the out-of-town transaction.


b. Foreign-born applicants.

For those born abroad, proceed to the  DFA Office of Consular Affairs located at Bradco Avenue corner Macapagal Avenue, ASEANA Business Park, Parañaque City.

Late registration of birth is only processed through a walk-in application. No online appointment is required.

Get the required forms at the Consular Records Window. Fill them out and submit the duly accomplished forms along with the rest of the requirements (see step 2) to the Door 1, Window 1 at the Ground Floor.

The Consular Fee of USD 25 as well as the Translation Fee (if applicable) of USD 25 will be paid to the Cashier located at the 2nd floor of the DFA Office of Consular Affairs.

Birth certificates of foreign-born applicants are issued after a processing period of approximately 2 to 4 months.

Go back to the main article: How to Get Birth Certificate in the Philippines: An Ultimate Guide

85 thoughts on “How to Apply for Late Registration of Birth: A Complete Guide

  • 05/23/2019 at 9:38 am

    What to do if late registered but no negative birth certificate was issued way back in 1997? My husband has his birth certificate already as late registered. Now he is applying for Israel job and the agency is asking for the negative copy when he registered his birth cert at the local civil registrar, but the civil registrar has no copy of it. He already provided the registrar’s book of record and got an affidavit from atty’s office, but the agency rejected all of these. They are still asking for the negative copy. Please help.

    • 06/24/2019 at 3:43 pm

      Just want to know what to do about this matter.. i wasnt able to register my baby yet since appearance of the father is needed( he’s in US). He’ll be coming home on December. So by then we will able to do so.. what should we do about my baby’s citizenship.. shall we indicate that she’s US citizen since her father is. Or we need to register her as Filipino first then change status to US
      Hope for your feedback..thanks

  • 05/23/2019 at 9:04 am

    Sir,maam.matanung ko lng po..anu po ba ang dapat kung gawin s birth ank ko..nakarihistro n po sya kaso apilyedo ko po ang dala nya..ngayon po gusto na nmin dalhin nya ang apelyedo ng tatay nya.anu po ba ang first step ng pag process nito.?pls help me po..

  • 05/22/2019 at 12:06 am

    Hi, my child is 4yrs right now. I have his birthcertificate pro hindi po eto na forward sa civil registrar after 30days. Pa late register ko sana kasi reqyirements sa school. Kailangan po ba din kumuha nang NRC e proven na andito pa ung birth certificate na hindi na forward sa civil registrar..

    • 05/22/2019 at 5:52 am

      I think no need na po but inquire at your local civil registrar just to confirm.

  • 05/20/2019 at 9:26 am

    good morning . paano mag late registration ang 45 yrs old na wlang birth certifacate. at ano po ang requirements . hindi nya kac alam wla syang record kc sabi nag mama nya noon na meron pag kuha nya nya birth certifacate . wla pala syang record.

    • 06/08/2019 at 10:28 pm

      pano po kaya ang gagawin pag papalitan po ang surname…sa mother surname po kasi ta ipapalagay na po ung surname ng papa tas mali din po ang birth year ano po gagawin and balak na din po sana palitan name ng mother TIA po sa sagot

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  • 05/10/2019 at 1:28 pm

    Pwede po ba na ako nlng na mother ang magpasa ng requirement late Registration po ng birth certificate … 10 mots old baby.

  • 05/09/2019 at 11:31 am

    Kakatapos ko lang po mag palate register ng birth certificate pero kailan ko po Kaya makukuha Yung birth certificate ko??
    Aabutin po ba ng months or weeks lng??

  • 05/04/2019 at 5:07 pm

    Good afternoon po, d ko po kc alm ung gagawin meron po akong local birth certificate un po ung lage Kong ginagamit Pag enrol, sa laguna po ako pinanganak pero Naka registered po ako sa leyte.. Ala po ako record sa nso ano po ung gagawin ko?

    • 05/04/2019 at 6:37 pm

      @Aj Vasquez

      Kung may birth records ka naman sa local civil registrar, that only means hindi naiforward sa PSA or NSO yung birth records mo. Ang kailangan mong ifile ay Endorsement, hindi late registration of birth. Ang late registration of birth ay para lang sa mga walang birth records both sa PSA/NSO at sa local civil registrar.

      Para malaman kung paano magfile ng Endorsement, basahin mo ito:

      • 05/11/2019 at 8:00 pm

        Good pm po yong bayaw ko po wala po syang birth certificate hanggang Grade 1 lng ntapos nia kc po namatay npo ung mama nia nong bata pa sya, yong tatay nia po wala paki alam. kaya po kolurom po sya wala dw sya birth certificate kya po problema ko ano pong dapat gawin pra makakuha sya ng Birth certificate nia d po cla mkasal ng kaptid ko kasi kolurom po sya. patulong nmn po. God bleas po

  • 05/04/2019 at 8:00 am

    hi good morning gusto ko lang po itanong paano po kung yong mag papalate register. Patay na. Same requirement parin po ba ung kailangan?

    • 05/04/2019 at 1:44 pm

      I’m not sure about the requiremenrs for deceased applicants. I suggest call or visit the local civil registrar to ask.

      • 06/24/2019 at 5:01 pm

        Good pm may birth certificate po ako kaso walang registry number at hindi pa sya nso or psa copy … Gusto ko mag pa late register para makapag trbaho n ako salamat po sa makakasagit godblessyou

  • 04/30/2019 at 7:07 pm

    Hello po Magandang gabi! may gusto lang po akong iKlaro.. Kumuha po ako ng PSA tapos nakita ko po ang Result HINDI po nakaRegister yung PANGALAN ko po Apelyedo lang.. Naipanganak po ako sa Manila po at lumaki na dito sa Mindanao. tanong ko lang po kung SAAN po ito AAYUSIN at kung PWEDE po ba na kamag anak ko nalang po ang mag-aasikaso? or pwede po ba na mag apply nalang po ako sa Late Registration?? Maraming Salamat po sa mga sagot.

    • 04/30/2019 at 9:06 pm


      Kung may narelease na birth certificate sa inyo ang PSA, that means meron po kayong record of birth, wala nga lang pong first name.

      Kailangan nyo pong magfile ng Supplemental Report sa civil registrar ng lugar kung saan kayo pinanganak, which in your case is Manila. Pwede rin po kayong magfile ng “migrant petition” sa pinakamalapit na civil registrar dyan sa kasalukuyang tinitirhan nyo sa Mindanao para sila na po ang magforward ng documents nyo sa Manila at para hindi na po kayo bumiyahe pa sa Manila kung saan kayo pinanganak.

      Mas matagal nga lang po ang proseso dahil hindi po kayo direktang magfafile ng Supplemental Report. Magtanong na lang po kayo sa civil registrar nyo dyan kung paano ang proseso ng Supplemental Report through migrant petition. Para po sa mas detalyadong impormasyon, basahin nyo po ito:

      Hindi nyo na po kailangang magapply ng Late Registration dahil ito po ay para lamang sa mga aplikante na walang record of birth both sa PSA at civil registrar.

      • 05/01/2019 at 6:32 pm

        Maraming Salamat po sa Sagot ☺ Isang katanungan nalang po, Kung magpapafile po ba ng Supplemental report AKO po talaga MISMO ang Pupunta ? or Pwede po yung kamag anak ko sa Manila? Tapos po, Gaano po katagal bago matapos?

      • 05/01/2019 at 6:35 pm

        Gaano po katagal ang pagFile ng Migrant Petition??

      • 05/01/2019 at 7:33 pm

        Pakibasa na lang po yung article sa link na binigay ko.

  • 04/28/2019 at 10:49 pm

    Late registered poh ako nung march palang Sino poh bah magfoforward nung biethcertificate ?ilang months po ba bago ako makakuha ng psa ?

    • 05/03/2019 at 1:37 am

      Tanong ko Lang poh sana ung sa kapatid ko gsto nya poh kumuha ng late registered birth certificates. Ng try poh sya sa baranggay namin ng tanong sya kc poh May ng lalakad poh sa ng mga birth certificate doon sa baranggay namin. So ngayn Poh ang kaylangan daw po ng kapatid ko ay kumuha ng Phil Heath At NBI At May babayaran pa daw poh sa kanila ng 900 pisos sa para daw poh sa ten. At dalawang valid ID. Hindi ko poh maintindihan bakit kaylangan ng Phil health At NBI. Ehh hindi naman poh maka kuha ng phil health kapatid kong walang birt celebrate. Un Lang poh sana May maka sagot poh sa problema poh namin ng kapatid. At Bakit poh pla may bayaran sa ten daw poh 900 piso

  • 04/28/2019 at 10:46 pm

    Hi ask ko lang poh sa maynila po kasi ako pinaganak Pero nasa province po ako tas yung nag asikaso po ng pag plate register ko is yung tita ko since bata po ako apelido ng tatay ko gamit ko Pero nung pinagawan na ako ng birth certificate is apelido na ng nanay ko yung nakalagay Hindi po kasi sila kasal hiwalay po sila ano po ba ngayon susundin ko yung nasa birth certificate poba or yung nasa baptismal ko where in yun yung gamit koh since I was a child and Sino poh ba magfoforward nung biethcertificate ko sa PSA?ilang !months poba bago makakuha ng PSA?

  • 04/25/2019 at 2:55 pm

    Hello po, pano po ang pinakamadaling proseso kung mali ang nailagay na citizenship sa birth certificate ? Thanks po

  • 04/25/2019 at 2:33 pm

    Hi both my parents doesn’t have BC, and they are already 50 and 62 yrs. old. I’ve read that one of the requirement is the presence of one of the parents but my grandfather and grandmother from both side are already dead . Can we as their children act as guardian ? Is it still possible for them to process their BC even if they don’t have any documents or ID ? All they have is their marriage certificate and birth certificate of their offspring ?

    • 05/06/2019 at 3:16 pm

      Pano po pagnagfile na ng late registration ilang months po kaya makukuha sa psa yun? Thankyou po

  • 04/25/2019 at 11:05 am

    Hello po..ask ko lang po if On going pa po ba ung program nila na Out of Town Late Registration or Reporting a Birth? Kasi si mama eh sa Manila na nakatira..sabi kaialngan pang umuwe sa Bukidnon para mag pa late nung tiningnan namin sa website eh peron naman pala ung Out of Town Late Registration pero di sa kanya ini-offer..

    • 04/25/2019 at 11:11 am

      As far as I know, yes. Medyo mas matagal nga lang ang proseso. Ask her to inquire at the nearest civil registrar about this Out of Town Late Registration.

  • 04/25/2019 at 9:10 am

    good morning!
    tanong ko lang po, panu po kung ganito: nagtanong po kme sa Registrar ng aming LGU kung anu po ang requirements nila for Late Registration, sabi po sa min ay NRC from PSA, Baptismal, at Affidavit of Delayed Registration. Ngayon, po meron pong Baptismal ang pamangkin ko, pero nakalagay dun eh apelyedo ng mama nya sa pagkadalaga. Pwede po ba yun e-correct para mag appear ay apelyedo na ng ama niya dun sa Late Registration? Kelangan pa po bang ipa-correct namin yung baptismal nya doon sa simbahan?

    • 04/25/2019 at 9:18 am

      I’m not sure about the process of correcting baptismal certificates but kung ano pong document/s and isasubmit nyo sa registrar, yun po ang pagbabasehan nila para sa gagawing birth certificate. So kailangan nga po ipacorrect nyo muna yan.

    • 04/25/2019 at 11:34 am

      Tanung ko lang po delayed registration po ako.. e ngayon sa manila pa ako pinanganak so kailangan dun ko ayusin at ang sabi sakin dito sa province namin is baka makuha ko raw apleyedo ni mama ko kaso ginamit ko na since birth yong apleyedo ni papa ko paano kaya yon? Posible bang mag bayad ako ng mahal ? Thanks in advance

      • 04/25/2019 at 11:37 am

        Kung legitimate naman po kayo at yung mga dokumentong isusumite nyo ay nagpapakita ng pangalan nyo gamit ang apelyido ng tatay nyo, wala po akong nakikitang problema.

  • 04/25/2019 at 8:04 am

    Good morning paano po kumuha ng late registered.wala po kc ko record.. may mga ibang requirments aq.saan po pwd ipasa..

    • 04/25/2019 at 8:34 am

      Unang-una, kailangan makumpirma mo muna kung wala kang record sa PSA. Kung wala, pumunta ka sa local civil registrar ng munisipyo o siyudad kung saan ka pinanganak. Kung wala rin silang record, doon ka magfile ng late registration. Basahin nyo lang po sa itaas yung listahan ng mga requirements na kailangang ipasa.

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  • 04/10/2019 at 6:58 am

    Hai good morning ko po sana kumuha ng birthcertificate di ko po alam kung my record ako ..kung merun man khit magpadeliver nlng ako o kung wala po magpapalateration nlng po ako..

    • 04/10/2019 at 8:37 am

      @Jollibee taboy oseo

      Kailangan nyo pong personal na pumunta sa PSA/NSO para malaman kung may birth record kayo o hindi.

      • 06/13/2019 at 2:14 pm

        Ma’am/sir 20yrs old napo ako pero negative po ung result ng PSA ko ,now Hindi kopo Alam ang gagawin ko para makakuha ng positive nso ko po.. NASA negrose.kasi ako pinanganak at nandito ako ngaun sa bulacan.. Ano po ang gagawin ko.. ..wala po akong kahit anong papers na pinanghahawakan sa ngaun nahihirapan po akong maghanap ng trabaho.. Kasi ung diploma ko surname ng step father Hindi kopo totoong surname yon please po tulungan nio ako..

      • 06/13/2019 at 3:47 pm

        Try nyo pong magrequest ng kopya sa civil registrar ng lugar kung saan kay ipinanganak. Kung negative pa rin, magfile na po kayo ng late registration of birth. Follow nyo lang mga instructions sa article.

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