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Friday, January 20, 2017

NO BIRTH RECORDS? NO WORRIES,HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO DO

Difficulties in getting a passport  without any birth records is now a thing of the past. According to the DFA Consular Affairs, it is still possible that a person without a birth certificate can apply for a passport. As a requirement for passport application, options are provided if you do not have any birth records.  In such cases, these options apply:  1. For applicants who were born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).     2. For applicants born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)                      For first time passport applicants, the requirements are as follows:  • Personal appearance  • Confirmed appointment  • Duly accomplished application form      • Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (REPORT OF BIRTH DULY AUTHENTICATED BY PSA IF BORN ABROAD)  • Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents)    In Case of No Birth Record   If born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).  If born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)          Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship under RA 9225: • Identification Certificate of Retention or Re-acquisition • Oath of Allegiance • Order of Approval        Applicants who elected Philippine Citizenship: • Identification Certificate of Election • Oath of Allegiance • Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship      Applicants who has been Naturalized: • Identification Certificate of Naturalization • Oath of Allegiance     For Minor Applicants (below 18 years old):  General Requirements: • Confirmed appointment (except for 1 year old and below) • Personal appearance of the minor applicant • Personal appearance of either parent and valid passport of parents (if minor is a legitimate child) • Personal appearance of mother and proper ID or valid passport of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Original Birth Certificate of minor in Security Paper issued by PSA or Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA is required if minor was born abroad. • Document of identity with photo, if minor is 8-17 years old (for first time and renewal applicant) such as School ID or Form 137 with readable dry seal • For minor applicants who never attended school, a Notarized Affidavit of Explanationexecuted by either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / by mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) detailing the reasons why the child is not in school, is required • Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents duly authenticated by PSA (for legitimate child) • Original and photocopy of valid passport of the person traveling with the minor  If minor is not traveling with either parent or alone  • Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion and relationship to the minor. If minor will be traveling alone, ASC must be executed by either parent, stating that his/her child will be traveling alone. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in the Foreign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as a dependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card which serves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad.  If both parents are abroad: • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General). If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) with an attached photocopy of either parent’s valid passport (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General) authorizing a representative in assisting the child to apply for a passport. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the SPA. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in theForeign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as adependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card whichserves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad. • Proper ID of the duly authorized representative (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  If minor is legitimated by subsequent marriage of parents: • Authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA must include annotation regarding new status as legitimated and the full name of the child  If minor is illegitimate but acknowledged by father: • Birth Certificate from PSA reflecting surname of father with Affidavit of Acknowledgement and Consent to use the surname of father.   Foundling: • Certificate of foundling authenticated by PSA • DSWD Clearance • Passport of the person who found the applicant • Letter of authority or endorsement from DSWD for the issuance of passport   Orphaned minor applicant: • Authenticated Death Certificates of parents from PSA • Court order awarding guardianship of the orphaned minor applicant or substitute parental authority under Article 214 & 216 of the Family Code • DSWD Clearance  Abandoned minor applicant:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the abandoned minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance   Legally adopted:  • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of PSA Birth Certificate before adoption • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of the PSA amended Birth Certificate after adoption • Certified True Copy (CTC) of the Court Decision or Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality • DSWD clearance for minor applicant, if traveling with the person other than the adopting parents  In case the applicant is for adoption by foreign parents:  • Certified True Copy of the Court Decree of Abandonment of Child • PSA Death Certificate of the child’s parents or the Deed of Voluntary Commitment executed after the birth of the child • Endorsement of child to the Inter-country Adoption Board by the DSWD • Authenticated Birth or Foundling Certificate   Minor applicant whose parents are annulled / divorced:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance • PSA Marriage Certificate with annotation on nullity or annulment decree  Minor applicant whose mother is likewise a minor:  • Personal appearance of mother and maternal grandparent/s • PSA Birth Certificate of minor applicant and mother • Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the maternal grandparent/s indicating the name of the traveling companion • DSWD Clearance if minor will be traveling with the person other than the maternal grandparent/s • Proof of identity of mother and maternal grandparent/s (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  For Muslim Applicants (same general requirements stated above)  For late registered Muslim applicants:  • Certificate of Tribal Affiliation from the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)  For converts who would like to use their Muslim name:  • Annotated Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) bearing the Muslim name • National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) Certificate of Conversion  These are the requirements provided by the DFA Consular Affairs website.  You can check the full details by clicking here.  Source: http://consular.dfa.gov.ph/new-applicant

Difficulties in getting a passport  without any birth records is now a thing of the past. According to the DFA Consular Affairs, it is still possible that a person without a birth certificate can apply for a passport.
As a requirement for passport application, options are provided if you do not have any birth records. 
In such cases, these options apply:

1. For applicants who were born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):

• Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant
• Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).

Difficulties in getting a passport  without any birth records is now a thing of the past. According to the DFA Consular Affairs, it is still possible that a person without a birth certificate can apply for a passport. As a requirement for passport application, options are provided if you do not have any birth records.  In such cases, these options apply:  1. For applicants who were born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).     2. For applicants born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)                      For first time passport applicants, the requirements are as follows:  • Personal appearance  • Confirmed appointment  • Duly accomplished application form      • Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (REPORT OF BIRTH DULY AUTHENTICATED BY PSA IF BORN ABROAD)  • Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents)    In Case of No Birth Record   If born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).  If born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)          Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship under RA 9225: • Identification Certificate of Retention or Re-acquisition • Oath of Allegiance • Order of Approval        Applicants who elected Philippine Citizenship: • Identification Certificate of Election • Oath of Allegiance • Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship      Applicants who has been Naturalized: • Identification Certificate of Naturalization • Oath of Allegiance     For Minor Applicants (below 18 years old):  General Requirements: • Confirmed appointment (except for 1 year old and below) • Personal appearance of the minor applicant • Personal appearance of either parent and valid passport of parents (if minor is a legitimate child) • Personal appearance of mother and proper ID or valid passport of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Original Birth Certificate of minor in Security Paper issued by PSA or Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA is required if minor was born abroad. • Document of identity with photo, if minor is 8-17 years old (for first time and renewal applicant) such as School ID or Form 137 with readable dry seal • For minor applicants who never attended school, a Notarized Affidavit of Explanationexecuted by either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / by mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) detailing the reasons why the child is not in school, is required • Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents duly authenticated by PSA (for legitimate child) • Original and photocopy of valid passport of the person traveling with the minor  If minor is not traveling with either parent or alone  • Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion and relationship to the minor. If minor will be traveling alone, ASC must be executed by either parent, stating that his/her child will be traveling alone. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in the Foreign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as a dependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card which serves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad.  If both parents are abroad: • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General). If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) with an attached photocopy of either parent’s valid passport (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General) authorizing a representative in assisting the child to apply for a passport. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the SPA. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in theForeign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as adependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card whichserves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad. • Proper ID of the duly authorized representative (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  If minor is legitimated by subsequent marriage of parents: • Authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA must include annotation regarding new status as legitimated and the full name of the child  If minor is illegitimate but acknowledged by father: • Birth Certificate from PSA reflecting surname of father with Affidavit of Acknowledgement and Consent to use the surname of father.   Foundling: • Certificate of foundling authenticated by PSA • DSWD Clearance • Passport of the person who found the applicant • Letter of authority or endorsement from DSWD for the issuance of passport   Orphaned minor applicant: • Authenticated Death Certificates of parents from PSA • Court order awarding guardianship of the orphaned minor applicant or substitute parental authority under Article 214 & 216 of the Family Code • DSWD Clearance  Abandoned minor applicant:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the abandoned minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance   Legally adopted:  • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of PSA Birth Certificate before adoption • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of the PSA amended Birth Certificate after adoption • Certified True Copy (CTC) of the Court Decision or Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality • DSWD clearance for minor applicant, if traveling with the person other than the adopting parents  In case the applicant is for adoption by foreign parents:  • Certified True Copy of the Court Decree of Abandonment of Child • PSA Death Certificate of the child’s parents or the Deed of Voluntary Commitment executed after the birth of the child • Endorsement of child to the Inter-country Adoption Board by the DSWD • Authenticated Birth or Foundling Certificate   Minor applicant whose parents are annulled / divorced:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance • PSA Marriage Certificate with annotation on nullity or annulment decree  Minor applicant whose mother is likewise a minor:  • Personal appearance of mother and maternal grandparent/s • PSA Birth Certificate of minor applicant and mother • Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the maternal grandparent/s indicating the name of the traveling companion • DSWD Clearance if minor will be traveling with the person other than the maternal grandparent/s • Proof of identity of mother and maternal grandparent/s (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  For Muslim Applicants (same general requirements stated above)  For late registered Muslim applicants:  • Certificate of Tribal Affiliation from the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)  For converts who would like to use their Muslim name:  • Annotated Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) bearing the Muslim name • National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) Certificate of Conversion  These are the requirements provided by the DFA Consular Affairs website.  You can check the full details by clicking here.  Source: http://consular.dfa.gov.ph/new-applicant



2. For applicants born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):

• Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA
• Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons
• Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)

Difficulties in getting a passport  without any birth records is now a thing of the past. According to the DFA Consular Affairs, it is still possible that a person without a birth certificate can apply for a passport. As a requirement for passport application, options are provided if you do not have any birth records.  In such cases, these options apply:  1. For applicants who were born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).     2. For applicants born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)                      For first time passport applicants, the requirements are as follows:  • Personal appearance  • Confirmed appointment  • Duly accomplished application form      • Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (REPORT OF BIRTH DULY AUTHENTICATED BY PSA IF BORN ABROAD)  • Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents)    In Case of No Birth Record   If born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).  If born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)          Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship under RA 9225: • Identification Certificate of Retention or Re-acquisition • Oath of Allegiance • Order of Approval        Applicants who elected Philippine Citizenship: • Identification Certificate of Election • Oath of Allegiance • Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship      Applicants who has been Naturalized: • Identification Certificate of Naturalization • Oath of Allegiance     For Minor Applicants (below 18 years old):  General Requirements: • Confirmed appointment (except for 1 year old and below) • Personal appearance of the minor applicant • Personal appearance of either parent and valid passport of parents (if minor is a legitimate child) • Personal appearance of mother and proper ID or valid passport of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Original Birth Certificate of minor in Security Paper issued by PSA or Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA is required if minor was born abroad. • Document of identity with photo, if minor is 8-17 years old (for first time and renewal applicant) such as School ID or Form 137 with readable dry seal • For minor applicants who never attended school, a Notarized Affidavit of Explanationexecuted by either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / by mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) detailing the reasons why the child is not in school, is required • Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents duly authenticated by PSA (for legitimate child) • Original and photocopy of valid passport of the person traveling with the minor  If minor is not traveling with either parent or alone  • Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion and relationship to the minor. If minor will be traveling alone, ASC must be executed by either parent, stating that his/her child will be traveling alone. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in the Foreign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as a dependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card which serves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad.  If both parents are abroad: • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General). If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) with an attached photocopy of either parent’s valid passport (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General) authorizing a representative in assisting the child to apply for a passport. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the SPA. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in theForeign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as adependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card whichserves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad. • Proper ID of the duly authorized representative (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  If minor is legitimated by subsequent marriage of parents: • Authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA must include annotation regarding new status as legitimated and the full name of the child  If minor is illegitimate but acknowledged by father: • Birth Certificate from PSA reflecting surname of father with Affidavit of Acknowledgement and Consent to use the surname of father.   Foundling: • Certificate of foundling authenticated by PSA • DSWD Clearance • Passport of the person who found the applicant • Letter of authority or endorsement from DSWD for the issuance of passport   Orphaned minor applicant: • Authenticated Death Certificates of parents from PSA • Court order awarding guardianship of the orphaned minor applicant or substitute parental authority under Article 214 & 216 of the Family Code • DSWD Clearance  Abandoned minor applicant:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the abandoned minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance   Legally adopted:  • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of PSA Birth Certificate before adoption • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of the PSA amended Birth Certificate after adoption • Certified True Copy (CTC) of the Court Decision or Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality • DSWD clearance for minor applicant, if traveling with the person other than the adopting parents  In case the applicant is for adoption by foreign parents:  • Certified True Copy of the Court Decree of Abandonment of Child • PSA Death Certificate of the child’s parents or the Deed of Voluntary Commitment executed after the birth of the child • Endorsement of child to the Inter-country Adoption Board by the DSWD • Authenticated Birth or Foundling Certificate   Minor applicant whose parents are annulled / divorced:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance • PSA Marriage Certificate with annotation on nullity or annulment decree  Minor applicant whose mother is likewise a minor:  • Personal appearance of mother and maternal grandparent/s • PSA Birth Certificate of minor applicant and mother • Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the maternal grandparent/s indicating the name of the traveling companion • DSWD Clearance if minor will be traveling with the person other than the maternal grandparent/s • Proof of identity of mother and maternal grandparent/s (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  For Muslim Applicants (same general requirements stated above)  For late registered Muslim applicants:  • Certificate of Tribal Affiliation from the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)  For converts who would like to use their Muslim name:  • Annotated Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) bearing the Muslim name • National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) Certificate of Conversion  These are the requirements provided by the DFA Consular Affairs website.  You can check the full details by clicking here.  Source: http://consular.dfa.gov.ph/new-applicant



















For first time passport applicants, the requirements are as follows:


• Personal appearance

• Confirmed appointment

• Duly accomplished application form
Difficulties in getting a passport  without any birth records is now a thing of the past. According to the DFA Consular Affairs, it is still possible that a person without a birth certificate can apply for a passport. As a requirement for passport application, options are provided if you do not have any birth records.  In such cases, these options apply:  1. For applicants who were born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).     2. For applicants born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)                      For first time passport applicants, the requirements are as follows:  • Personal appearance  • Confirmed appointment  • Duly accomplished application form      • Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (REPORT OF BIRTH DULY AUTHENTICATED BY PSA IF BORN ABROAD)  • Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents)    In Case of No Birth Record   If born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).  If born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)          Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship under RA 9225: • Identification Certificate of Retention or Re-acquisition • Oath of Allegiance • Order of Approval        Applicants who elected Philippine Citizenship: • Identification Certificate of Election • Oath of Allegiance • Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship      Applicants who has been Naturalized: • Identification Certificate of Naturalization • Oath of Allegiance     For Minor Applicants (below 18 years old):  General Requirements: • Confirmed appointment (except for 1 year old and below) • Personal appearance of the minor applicant • Personal appearance of either parent and valid passport of parents (if minor is a legitimate child) • Personal appearance of mother and proper ID or valid passport of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Original Birth Certificate of minor in Security Paper issued by PSA or Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA is required if minor was born abroad. • Document of identity with photo, if minor is 8-17 years old (for first time and renewal applicant) such as School ID or Form 137 with readable dry seal • For minor applicants who never attended school, a Notarized Affidavit of Explanationexecuted by either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / by mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) detailing the reasons why the child is not in school, is required • Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents duly authenticated by PSA (for legitimate child) • Original and photocopy of valid passport of the person traveling with the minor  If minor is not traveling with either parent or alone  • Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion and relationship to the minor. If minor will be traveling alone, ASC must be executed by either parent, stating that his/her child will be traveling alone. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in the Foreign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as a dependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card which serves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad.  If both parents are abroad: • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General). If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) with an attached photocopy of either parent’s valid passport (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General) authorizing a representative in assisting the child to apply for a passport. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the SPA. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in theForeign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as adependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card whichserves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad. • Proper ID of the duly authorized representative (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  If minor is legitimated by subsequent marriage of parents: • Authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA must include annotation regarding new status as legitimated and the full name of the child  If minor is illegitimate but acknowledged by father: • Birth Certificate from PSA reflecting surname of father with Affidavit of Acknowledgement and Consent to use the surname of father.   Foundling: • Certificate of foundling authenticated by PSA • DSWD Clearance • Passport of the person who found the applicant • Letter of authority or endorsement from DSWD for the issuance of passport   Orphaned minor applicant: • Authenticated Death Certificates of parents from PSA • Court order awarding guardianship of the orphaned minor applicant or substitute parental authority under Article 214 & 216 of the Family Code • DSWD Clearance  Abandoned minor applicant:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the abandoned minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance   Legally adopted:  • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of PSA Birth Certificate before adoption • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of the PSA amended Birth Certificate after adoption • Certified True Copy (CTC) of the Court Decision or Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality • DSWD clearance for minor applicant, if traveling with the person other than the adopting parents  In case the applicant is for adoption by foreign parents:  • Certified True Copy of the Court Decree of Abandonment of Child • PSA Death Certificate of the child’s parents or the Deed of Voluntary Commitment executed after the birth of the child • Endorsement of child to the Inter-country Adoption Board by the DSWD • Authenticated Birth or Foundling Certificate   Minor applicant whose parents are annulled / divorced:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance • PSA Marriage Certificate with annotation on nullity or annulment decree  Minor applicant whose mother is likewise a minor:  • Personal appearance of mother and maternal grandparent/s • PSA Birth Certificate of minor applicant and mother • Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the maternal grandparent/s indicating the name of the traveling companion • DSWD Clearance if minor will be traveling with the person other than the maternal grandparent/s • Proof of identity of mother and maternal grandparent/s (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  For Muslim Applicants (same general requirements stated above)  For late registered Muslim applicants:  • Certificate of Tribal Affiliation from the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)  For converts who would like to use their Muslim name:  • Annotated Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) bearing the Muslim name • National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) Certificate of Conversion  These are the requirements provided by the DFA Consular Affairs website.  You can check the full details by clicking here.  Source: http://consular.dfa.gov.ph/new-applicant

Difficulties in getting a passport  without any birth records is now a thing of the past. According to the DFA Consular Affairs, it is still possible that a person without a birth certificate can apply for a passport. As a requirement for passport application, options are provided if you do not have any birth records.  In such cases, these options apply:  1. For applicants who were born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).     2. For applicants born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)                      For first time passport applicants, the requirements are as follows:  • Personal appearance  • Confirmed appointment  • Duly accomplished application form      • Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (REPORT OF BIRTH DULY AUTHENTICATED BY PSA IF BORN ABROAD)  • Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents)    In Case of No Birth Record   If born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).  If born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)          Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship under RA 9225: • Identification Certificate of Retention or Re-acquisition • Oath of Allegiance • Order of Approval        Applicants who elected Philippine Citizenship: • Identification Certificate of Election • Oath of Allegiance • Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship      Applicants who has been Naturalized: • Identification Certificate of Naturalization • Oath of Allegiance     For Minor Applicants (below 18 years old):  General Requirements: • Confirmed appointment (except for 1 year old and below) • Personal appearance of the minor applicant • Personal appearance of either parent and valid passport of parents (if minor is a legitimate child) • Personal appearance of mother and proper ID or valid passport of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Original Birth Certificate of minor in Security Paper issued by PSA or Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA is required if minor was born abroad. • Document of identity with photo, if minor is 8-17 years old (for first time and renewal applicant) such as School ID or Form 137 with readable dry seal • For minor applicants who never attended school, a Notarized Affidavit of Explanationexecuted by either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / by mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) detailing the reasons why the child is not in school, is required • Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents duly authenticated by PSA (for legitimate child) • Original and photocopy of valid passport of the person traveling with the minor  If minor is not traveling with either parent or alone  • Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion and relationship to the minor. If minor will be traveling alone, ASC must be executed by either parent, stating that his/her child will be traveling alone. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in the Foreign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as a dependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card which serves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad.  If both parents are abroad: • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General). If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) with an attached photocopy of either parent’s valid passport (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General) authorizing a representative in assisting the child to apply for a passport. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the SPA. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in theForeign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as adependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card whichserves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad. • Proper ID of the duly authorized representative (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  If minor is legitimated by subsequent marriage of parents: • Authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA must include annotation regarding new status as legitimated and the full name of the child  If minor is illegitimate but acknowledged by father: • Birth Certificate from PSA reflecting surname of father with Affidavit of Acknowledgement and Consent to use the surname of father.   Foundling: • Certificate of foundling authenticated by PSA • DSWD Clearance • Passport of the person who found the applicant • Letter of authority or endorsement from DSWD for the issuance of passport   Orphaned minor applicant: • Authenticated Death Certificates of parents from PSA • Court order awarding guardianship of the orphaned minor applicant or substitute parental authority under Article 214 & 216 of the Family Code • DSWD Clearance  Abandoned minor applicant:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the abandoned minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance   Legally adopted:  • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of PSA Birth Certificate before adoption • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of the PSA amended Birth Certificate after adoption • Certified True Copy (CTC) of the Court Decision or Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality • DSWD clearance for minor applicant, if traveling with the person other than the adopting parents  In case the applicant is for adoption by foreign parents:  • Certified True Copy of the Court Decree of Abandonment of Child • PSA Death Certificate of the child’s parents or the Deed of Voluntary Commitment executed after the birth of the child • Endorsement of child to the Inter-country Adoption Board by the DSWD • Authenticated Birth or Foundling Certificate   Minor applicant whose parents are annulled / divorced:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance • PSA Marriage Certificate with annotation on nullity or annulment decree  Minor applicant whose mother is likewise a minor:  • Personal appearance of mother and maternal grandparent/s • PSA Birth Certificate of minor applicant and mother • Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the maternal grandparent/s indicating the name of the traveling companion • DSWD Clearance if minor will be traveling with the person other than the maternal grandparent/s • Proof of identity of mother and maternal grandparent/s (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  For Muslim Applicants (same general requirements stated above)  For late registered Muslim applicants:  • Certificate of Tribal Affiliation from the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)  For converts who would like to use their Muslim name:  • Annotated Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) bearing the Muslim name • National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) Certificate of Conversion  These are the requirements provided by the DFA Consular Affairs website.  You can check the full details by clicking here.  Source: http://consular.dfa.gov.ph/new-applicant

• Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (REPORT OF BIRTH DULY AUTHENTICATED BY PSA IF BORN ABROAD)

• Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents)



In Case of No Birth Record


If born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):

• Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant
• Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).

If born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):

• Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA
• Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons
• Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)

Difficulties in getting a passport  without any birth records is now a thing of the past. According to the DFA Consular Affairs, it is still possible that a person without a birth certificate can apply for a passport. As a requirement for passport application, options are provided if you do not have any birth records.  In such cases, these options apply:  1. For applicants who were born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).     2. For applicants born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)                      For first time passport applicants, the requirements are as follows:  • Personal appearance  • Confirmed appointment  • Duly accomplished application form      • Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (REPORT OF BIRTH DULY AUTHENTICATED BY PSA IF BORN ABROAD)  • Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents)    In Case of No Birth Record   If born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).  If born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)          Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship under RA 9225: • Identification Certificate of Retention or Re-acquisition • Oath of Allegiance • Order of Approval        Applicants who elected Philippine Citizenship: • Identification Certificate of Election • Oath of Allegiance • Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship      Applicants who has been Naturalized: • Identification Certificate of Naturalization • Oath of Allegiance     For Minor Applicants (below 18 years old):  General Requirements: • Confirmed appointment (except for 1 year old and below) • Personal appearance of the minor applicant • Personal appearance of either parent and valid passport of parents (if minor is a legitimate child) • Personal appearance of mother and proper ID or valid passport of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Original Birth Certificate of minor in Security Paper issued by PSA or Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA is required if minor was born abroad. • Document of identity with photo, if minor is 8-17 years old (for first time and renewal applicant) such as School ID or Form 137 with readable dry seal • For minor applicants who never attended school, a Notarized Affidavit of Explanationexecuted by either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / by mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) detailing the reasons why the child is not in school, is required • Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents duly authenticated by PSA (for legitimate child) • Original and photocopy of valid passport of the person traveling with the minor  If minor is not traveling with either parent or alone  • Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion and relationship to the minor. If minor will be traveling alone, ASC must be executed by either parent, stating that his/her child will be traveling alone. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in the Foreign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as a dependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card which serves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad.  If both parents are abroad: • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General). If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) with an attached photocopy of either parent’s valid passport (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General) authorizing a representative in assisting the child to apply for a passport. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the SPA. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in theForeign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as adependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card whichserves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad. • Proper ID of the duly authorized representative (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  If minor is legitimated by subsequent marriage of parents: • Authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA must include annotation regarding new status as legitimated and the full name of the child  If minor is illegitimate but acknowledged by father: • Birth Certificate from PSA reflecting surname of father with Affidavit of Acknowledgement and Consent to use the surname of father.   Foundling: • Certificate of foundling authenticated by PSA • DSWD Clearance • Passport of the person who found the applicant • Letter of authority or endorsement from DSWD for the issuance of passport   Orphaned minor applicant: • Authenticated Death Certificates of parents from PSA • Court order awarding guardianship of the orphaned minor applicant or substitute parental authority under Article 214 & 216 of the Family Code • DSWD Clearance  Abandoned minor applicant:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the abandoned minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance   Legally adopted:  • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of PSA Birth Certificate before adoption • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of the PSA amended Birth Certificate after adoption • Certified True Copy (CTC) of the Court Decision or Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality • DSWD clearance for minor applicant, if traveling with the person other than the adopting parents  In case the applicant is for adoption by foreign parents:  • Certified True Copy of the Court Decree of Abandonment of Child • PSA Death Certificate of the child’s parents or the Deed of Voluntary Commitment executed after the birth of the child • Endorsement of child to the Inter-country Adoption Board by the DSWD • Authenticated Birth or Foundling Certificate   Minor applicant whose parents are annulled / divorced:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance • PSA Marriage Certificate with annotation on nullity or annulment decree  Minor applicant whose mother is likewise a minor:  • Personal appearance of mother and maternal grandparent/s • PSA Birth Certificate of minor applicant and mother • Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the maternal grandparent/s indicating the name of the traveling companion • DSWD Clearance if minor will be traveling with the person other than the maternal grandparent/s • Proof of identity of mother and maternal grandparent/s (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  For Muslim Applicants (same general requirements stated above)  For late registered Muslim applicants:  • Certificate of Tribal Affiliation from the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)  For converts who would like to use their Muslim name:  • Annotated Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) bearing the Muslim name • National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) Certificate of Conversion  These are the requirements provided by the DFA Consular Affairs website.  You can check the full details by clicking here.  Source: http://consular.dfa.gov.ph/new-applicant


Difficulties in getting a passport  without any birth records is now a thing of the past. According to the DFA Consular Affairs, it is still possible that a person without a birth certificate can apply for a passport. As a requirement for passport application, options are provided if you do not have any birth records.  In such cases, these options apply:  1. For applicants who were born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).     2. For applicants born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)                      For first time passport applicants, the requirements are as follows:  • Personal appearance  • Confirmed appointment  • Duly accomplished application form      • Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) or Certified True Copy (CTC) of BC issued by the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. (REPORT OF BIRTH DULY AUTHENTICATED BY PSA IF BORN ABROAD)  • Valid picture IDs and supporting documents to prove identity (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs and List of Supporting Documents)    In Case of No Birth Record   If born in or after 1950 (January 1, 1950 or after):  • Apply for the delayed registration of birth at the local civil registry office located at the place of birth of applicant • Submit authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA and supporting public document/s with correct date and place of birth (i.e. Form 137, Voter’s Registration Record, Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants).  If born before 1950 and below (December 31, 1949 and below):  • Certificate of Non-Availability of Record from PSA • Notarized Joint Birth Affidavit of Two Disinterested Persons • Any public document/s with correct full name, date and place of birth (i.e. Baptismal Certificate with readable dry seal or NCMF Certificate with photo and readable dry seal for Muslim applicants)          Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship under RA 9225: • Identification Certificate of Retention or Re-acquisition • Oath of Allegiance • Order of Approval        Applicants who elected Philippine Citizenship: • Identification Certificate of Election • Oath of Allegiance • Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship      Applicants who has been Naturalized: • Identification Certificate of Naturalization • Oath of Allegiance     For Minor Applicants (below 18 years old):  General Requirements: • Confirmed appointment (except for 1 year old and below) • Personal appearance of the minor applicant • Personal appearance of either parent and valid passport of parents (if minor is a legitimate child) • Personal appearance of mother and proper ID or valid passport of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Original Birth Certificate of minor in Security Paper issued by PSA or Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA is required if minor was born abroad. • Document of identity with photo, if minor is 8-17 years old (for first time and renewal applicant) such as School ID or Form 137 with readable dry seal • For minor applicants who never attended school, a Notarized Affidavit of Explanationexecuted by either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / by mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) detailing the reasons why the child is not in school, is required • Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents duly authenticated by PSA (for legitimate child) • Original and photocopy of valid passport of the person traveling with the minor  If minor is not traveling with either parent or alone  • Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion and relationship to the minor. If minor will be traveling alone, ASC must be executed by either parent, stating that his/her child will be traveling alone. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in the Foreign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as a dependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card which serves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad.  If both parents are abroad: • Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General). If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC. • Special Power of Attorney (SPA) with an attached photocopy of either parent’s valid passport (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General) authorizing a representative in assisting the child to apply for a passport. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the SPA. • Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance • There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in theForeign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as adependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card whichserves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad. • Proper ID of the duly authorized representative (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  If minor is legitimated by subsequent marriage of parents: • Authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA must include annotation regarding new status as legitimated and the full name of the child  If minor is illegitimate but acknowledged by father: • Birth Certificate from PSA reflecting surname of father with Affidavit of Acknowledgement and Consent to use the surname of father.   Foundling: • Certificate of foundling authenticated by PSA • DSWD Clearance • Passport of the person who found the applicant • Letter of authority or endorsement from DSWD for the issuance of passport   Orphaned minor applicant: • Authenticated Death Certificates of parents from PSA • Court order awarding guardianship of the orphaned minor applicant or substitute parental authority under Article 214 & 216 of the Family Code • DSWD Clearance  Abandoned minor applicant:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the abandoned minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance   Legally adopted:  • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of PSA Birth Certificate before adoption • Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of the PSA amended Birth Certificate after adoption • Certified True Copy (CTC) of the Court Decision or Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality • DSWD clearance for minor applicant, if traveling with the person other than the adopting parents  In case the applicant is for adoption by foreign parents:  • Certified True Copy of the Court Decree of Abandonment of Child • PSA Death Certificate of the child’s parents or the Deed of Voluntary Commitment executed after the birth of the child • Endorsement of child to the Inter-country Adoption Board by the DSWD • Authenticated Birth or Foundling Certificate   Minor applicant whose parents are annulled / divorced:  • Court order awarding guardianship of the minor applicant or substitute parental authority • DSWD Travel Clearance • PSA Marriage Certificate with annotation on nullity or annulment decree  Minor applicant whose mother is likewise a minor:  • Personal appearance of mother and maternal grandparent/s • PSA Birth Certificate of minor applicant and mother • Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the maternal grandparent/s indicating the name of the traveling companion • DSWD Clearance if minor will be traveling with the person other than the maternal grandparent/s • Proof of identity of mother and maternal grandparent/s (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)  For Muslim Applicants (same general requirements stated above)  For late registered Muslim applicants:  • Certificate of Tribal Affiliation from the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)  For converts who would like to use their Muslim name:  • Annotated Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) bearing the Muslim name • National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) Certificate of Conversion  These are the requirements provided by the DFA Consular Affairs website.  You can check the full details by clicking here.  Source: http://consular.dfa.gov.ph/new-applicant



Applicants who availed of Dual Citizenship under RA 9225:
• Identification Certificate of Retention or Re-acquisition
• Oath of Allegiance
• Order of Approval







Applicants who elected Philippine Citizenship:

• Identification Certificate of Election
• Oath of Allegiance
• Affidavit of Election of Philippine Citizenship






Applicants who has been Naturalized:
• Identification Certificate of Naturalization
• Oath of Allegiance





For Minor Applicants (below 18 years old):



General Requirements:
• Confirmed appointment (except for 1 year old and below)
• Personal appearance of the minor applicant
• Personal appearance of either parent and valid passport of parents (if minor is a legitimate child)
• Personal appearance of mother and proper ID or valid passport of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child)
• Original Birth Certificate of minor in Security Paper issued by PSA or Certified True Copy of Birth Certificate issued by the Local Civil Registrar and duly authenticated by PSA. Transcribed Birth Certificate from the LCR is required when entries in PSA Birth Certificate are blurred or unreadable. Report of Birth duly authenticated by PSA is required if minor was born abroad.
• Document of identity with photo, if minor is 8-17 years old (for first time and renewal applicant) such as School ID or Form 137 with readable dry seal
• For minor applicants who never attended school, a Notarized Affidavit of Explanationexecuted by either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / by mother (if minor is an illegitimate child) detailing the reasons why the child is not in school, is required
• Marriage Certificate of minor’s parents duly authenticated by PSA (for legitimate child)
• Original and photocopy of valid passport of the person traveling with the minor


If minor is not traveling with either parent or alone

• Personal appearance of either parent (if minor is a legitimate child) / of mother (if minor is an illegitimate child)
• Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion and relationship to the minor. If minor will be traveling alone, ASC must be executed by either parent, stating that his/her child will be traveling alone. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC.
• Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance
• There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in the Foreign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as a dependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card which serves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad.

If both parents are abroad:
• Affidavit of Support and Consent (ASC) executed by either parent indicating the name of the traveling companion (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General). If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the ASC.
• Special Power of Attorney (SPA) with an attached photocopy of either parent’s valid passport (authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy or Consulate General) authorizing a representative in assisting the child to apply for a passport. If minor is illegitimate, mother should execute the SPA.
• Original and photocopy of DSWD Clearance
• There is no need to secure a DSWD Clearance if the minor traveling abroad has parents who are in theForeign Service or living abroad or are immigrants, provided he / she is holding a valid pass such as adependent’s visa / pass / identification card or permanent resident visa / pass / identification card whichserves as proof that he / she is living with parents abroad.
• Proper ID of the duly authorized representative (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)

If minor is legitimated by subsequent marriage of parents:
• Authenticated Birth Certificate from PSA must include annotation regarding new status as legitimated and the full name of the child

If minor is illegitimate but acknowledged by father:
• Birth Certificate from PSA reflecting surname of father with Affidavit of Acknowledgement and Consent to use the surname of father.


Foundling:
• Certificate of foundling authenticated by PSA
• DSWD Clearance
• Passport of the person who found the applicant
• Letter of authority or endorsement from DSWD for the issuance of passport


Orphaned minor applicant:
• Authenticated Death Certificates of parents from PSA
• Court order awarding guardianship of the orphaned minor applicant or substitute parental authority under Article 214 & 216 of the Family Code
• DSWD Clearance

Abandoned minor applicant:

• Court order awarding guardianship of the abandoned minor applicant or substitute parental authority
• DSWD Travel Clearance


Legally adopted:

• Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of PSA Birth Certificate before adoption
• Original and Certified True Copy (CTC) of the PSA amended Birth Certificate after adoption
• Certified True Copy (CTC) of the Court Decision or Order on Adoption and Certificate of Finality
• DSWD clearance for minor applicant, if traveling with the person other than the adopting parents

In case the applicant is for adoption by foreign parents:

• Certified True Copy of the Court Decree of Abandonment of Child
• PSA Death Certificate of the child’s parents or the Deed of Voluntary Commitment executed after the birth of the child
• Endorsement of child to the Inter-country Adoption Board by the DSWD
• Authenticated Birth or Foundling Certificate


Minor applicant whose parents are annulled / divorced:

• Court order awarding guardianship of the minor applicant or substitute parental authority
• DSWD Travel Clearance
• PSA Marriage Certificate with annotation on nullity or annulment decree

Minor applicant whose mother is likewise a minor:

• Personal appearance of mother and maternal grandparent/s
• PSA Birth Certificate of minor applicant and mother
• Affidavit of Support and Consent executed by the maternal grandparent/s indicating the name of the traveling companion
• DSWD Clearance if minor will be traveling with the person other than the maternal grandparent/s
• Proof of identity of mother and maternal grandparent/s (Please refer to List of Acceptable IDs)

For Muslim Applicants (same general requirements stated above)

For late registered Muslim applicants:

• Certificate of Tribal Affiliation from the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)

For converts who would like to use their Muslim name:

• Annotated Birth Certificate (BC) in Security Paper (SECPA) issued by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) bearing the Muslim name
• National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) Certificate of Conversion

These are the requirements provided by the DFA Consular Affairs website. 
You can check the full details by clicking here.

Source: http://consular.dfa.gov.ph

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10 comments:

Jann manna said...

What about if I've been using one name instead of three which appears in my registration? It appears in all of my scholastic and work records. What are the requirements in applying for a new passport?

Anonymous said...

What about if my birthday in the passport i used for so many years is different from the NSO bith certificate,i became a citizen in the country where i live now and i have a dual citizenship.when i decided to buy a prooerty in the philippines they required a birth certificate from the NSO,that's where i found out that the birth dates are not the same.what are the procedures to keep my birth date writen in my passport?

Anonymous said...

What about if my surname I used ever since; in the school in my employment, in any transactions, etc, is different surname in the birth certificate issued in me by the local civil registrar?

Anonymous said...

My surname have typical error instead e they put i what will i do

Anonymous said...

Can I ask if how can I get passport that easy,? when my gender on my birth certificate is wrong.. It's supposed to be Female and not Male.

Anonymous said...

Whatever written in your NSO BC yun po ang masusunod.. and an affidavit stating na yung name na nakaindicate sa BC mo and all your scholastic and work records is one and same person.

Anonymous said...

Paano po sa case kong may dual entry po ako and ung nakukuha kong BC is ung hindi ko nagamit. Then naka block daw po ung BC na ginagamit ko ever since. Thx.

Anonymous said...

How can I change my age in my passport what was the requirements, since I have a Passport I dont have birth certificate coz that the time when Im applying passport there's no need any requirements and I put very old age on my passport...

marwin alfafara said...

Paano po kapag walang surname and fathers name yung BC ko? Blanko po.
And ung middle name ko is middle name din ng mommy ko. 25yo n po ako di ko p dn po naaayos. Pls i need help. ��

Anonymous said...

Pwede na po bang makakuha ng passpoport na ang gamitin ay postal,bc at baptismal?

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