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Showing posts with label valid identification cards. Show all posts
Showing posts with label valid identification cards. Show all posts

Thursday, February 09, 2017

Requirements and Procedure on How to Get DIGITAL TIN ID

Even if you are an Overseas Filipino workers or Filipino residing abroad, it is important to have Tax Identification Number (TIN). It is one of the important government identification cards (ID) that a Filipino must have.   It is also one of the easiest government ID to obtain because of the few requirements needed. One more good thing about TIN ID is that it will never expire. TIN ID can also be used in government and private transaction and serves as supporting documents too.   Here are the easy steps for the application.
Even if you are Overseas Filipino workers or Filipino residing abroad, it is important to have Tax Identification Number (TIN). It is one of the important government identification cards (ID) that a Filipino must have. 

It is also one of the easiest government ID to obtain because of the few requirements needed. One more good thing about TIN ID is that it will never expire. The TIN ID can also be used in government and private transaction and serves as supporting documents too. 

Here are the easy steps for the application.





DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS



NSO Certified Birth Certificate or any valid identification card that will show the applicant's complete name, address, birth date and signature, such as but not limited to:



1. Driver's License;



2. Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) identification card;

3. Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) identification card; and/or 

4.Passport (also in case of non-resident alien not engage in trade or business) 

Marriage Contract if the applicant is a married woman









PROCEDURES



1. Go to the local BIR office near in your area

2. Bring the above-mentioned requirements

3. Fill up TIN application form (BIR Form 1904 – Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer And Persons Registering Under EO 98)

(BIR Form 1901 - Application for Registration for Self-Employed and Mixed Income Individuals, Estates/Trusts)

(BIR Form 1902 - Application for Registration For Individuals Earning Purely Compensation Income, and Non-Resident Citizens / Resident Alien Employee)





4. Submit the application form together with other requirements

5. Wait for Tax Identification Number to be given and request for your TIN Card ID. 

The main purpose of TIN is for proper taxpayer identification. Every person will use only one TIN for their entire lives. Using more than one TIN is a criminal offense that is punishable by a fine and imprisonment. Issuance of a TIN is also free of charge.

(WATCH: How to get your BIR TIN - Instructional Video)




You can also apply for TIN number online

1. Visit BIR's eREG website: https://ereg.bir.gov.ph/ereg/welcome.do

2. Scroll down and fill out the registration form. 

3. Make sure all details are correct and your email address is working. 

4. Click submit. 

5. Wait for BIR's email regarding your Tax Identification Number. 

Last year the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) said they hope to update the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) card that will electronically store personal data.

BIR also said they want to issue TIN in a smart card and not in cardboard but currently not all BIR offices is issuing what they called digitized TIN.

This article is filed under: TIN ID, BIR, TAX Identification number, How to apply for ID, Identification, valid identification cards, 



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Friday, September 16, 2016

LIST OF ACCEPTABLE AND VALID IDS IN THE PHILIPPINES

Having valid identification card is very important nowadays. We need it in almost all kinds of transaction, may it government or private.   We need IDs to claim or to send money, banking transaction, in seeking employment and many others. Sometimes we need ID as a requirement in securing another ID.   Therefore it is important to have at least two valid primary IDs and also secure, secondary IDs or document that would prove our identification in times of need.  Here are the complete list of Valid and acceptable IDs in the Philippines and corresponding agencies where we can process them.

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Having valid identification card is very important nowadays. We need it in almost all kinds of transaction, may it government or private. 



We need IDs to claim or to send money, banking transaction, in seeking employment and many others. Sometimes we need ID as a requirement in securing another ID. 



Therefore it is important to have at least two valid primary IDs and also secure, secondary IDs or document that would prove our identification in times of need.


Here are the complete list of Valid and acceptable IDs in the Philippines and corresponding agencies where we can process them. 


2. Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) ID

3. Driver's License - Land Transportation Office (LTO)

4. Digitized SSS ID - Social Security System

5. GSIS E-card

6. Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) ID

7. OWWA ID

8. Unified Multi-Purpose ID

9. Voter’s ID - Commission on Election

10. Digitized Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) ID

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12. NBI Clearance - National Bureau of Investigation

13. Police clearance - PNP


15. Barangay Certification - Barangay Hall

16. SSS Card

17. Diplomat ID - Philippine Embassy

18. OFW ID - Department of Labor and Employment

19. Seaman’s Book - Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)

20. Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR)/Immigrant Certification of Registration - Bureau of Immigration

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21. Philhealth Card - Philhealth

22. Authenticated Birth Certificate - National Statistics Office

23. Autenticated Marriage Certificate - National Statistics Office

24. Community Tax Certificate (CEDULA) - Barangay Hall

25. Tax Identification Number (TIN) Card - Bureau of Internal Revenue

26. OSCA / Senior Citizen’s Card - Office of Senior Citizen’s Affairs

27. POEA Card - Philippine Overseas Employment Association

28. Consular ID - Philippine Embassy

29. PRA Special Resident Retiree Visa - Philippine Retirement Authority

30. NCWDP Certification - National Council for the Welfare of Disabled Persons


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31. DSWD Certification - Department of Social Welfare and Development

32. Firearms License - PNP Firearms and Explosives Office

33. PLRA ID - Philippine Leisure and Retirement Authority

34. Student’s ID – School Registrar’s Office

35. Company/Office ID - Private entities or institution





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