First, prepare all the requirements for the authentication of Certificate of Eligibility:
- Accomplished Eligibility/Exam Records Request Form (ERRF);
- Original Certificate of Eligibility or Report of Rating;
- Two valid IDs*;
- Original and photocopy of PSA-issued marriage certificate (for women who got married after taking the civil service exam).
*If you work or live abroad, submit a photocopy of your passport and another valid ID. These documents must be authenticated or validated by the Philippine Embassy or Consular Office.
You can assign a representative to file your application for you. Aside from the documents listed above, your authorized representative must also present his/her valid ID and an authorization letter or Special Power of Attorney (SPA).
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Once your documents are complete, go to the CSC Regional Office that administered your civil service exam or the CSC main office in Batasang Pambansa Complex, Quezon City.
Here are the steps to apply for the authentication of civil service eligibility:
- Proceed to the Integrated Records Management Office and submit the requirements. The officer will issue an Order of Payment to you;
- Present the Order of Payment to the cashier and pay the certification fee of Php 50. Receive your Official Receipt (OR);
- Return to the desk or window and present the OR. Your request will be processed;
- Receive the authenticated copy of your Certificate of Eligibility or Report of Rating. You’ll be asked to sign on the release portion of the ERRF or file copy.
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