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#21 Brotsador

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Posted 18 September 2007 - 08:19 AM

hi everyone,

my friend requested a birth certificate for her kid born in the US but applied for dual citizenship with Bureau of Immigration.
She got a NSO letter that they do not have any records of her kid's birth with a message to go to DFA.

Is it possible to get a birth certificate issued by philippines even though the person wasn't born here or have dual citizenship status?

Is late registry possible? How does my friend go about this?
Thanks!



bro you dont need to late registered the child here in the Philippines just to have a copy of it. It will make matters complicated or even worst baka mablacklist pa siya sa US or even sa DFA.

Just ask your friend to go to Philippine Consulate in the US and forward(endorse) the brith certificate(BC) of her child in NSO, then kapag na forward na sa NSO, applied it again specified in the 'application form' when was the BC forwarded in NSO.

Hope it helps. ;)

yung mga nag apply sa Help Line (737-1111) ang kanilang customer care number is 737-1112

yung mga nag apply naman sa e-census.com.ph ang customer care number is 702-29-75 or 702-29-94

Edited by Brotsador, 18 September 2007 - 08:19 AM.


#22 Spank_me_then

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Posted 03 October 2007 - 04:12 PM

paano kung gf ko (alien) nagpakasal kami dito at gusto niya maging Filipino?

#23 RECIDIVIST_21

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Posted 10 October 2007 - 01:49 PM

paano kung gf ko (alien) nagpakasal kami dito at gusto niya maging Filipino?

Pwede siyang mag apply ng naturalization pero one of the requirements dapat mag stay sya for 10 years.

dalawa kasing clase yan e restricted at hindi. ano ba nationality asawa mo?

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Posted 10 October 2007 - 01:51 PM

does anyone here know any good immigration lawyer? tnx and more power.

I might be able to help you.

#25 niteowl

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Posted 30 October 2007 - 08:09 PM

I might be able to help you.


sir, sent u pm. thanks po

#26 mc_darklight

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Posted 11 November 2007 - 06:57 PM

may gf birth certificate is Nov. 15 but the one in NSO is OCT 15...
she has a original copy with the correct date which is NOv 15...
what and how should we make it correct?

when we go to her birth place which is San Juan they say that it's NSO problem, and when we went to NSO they say
that it's San Juan's problem...

Can anybody help us???? please in a legal way only

#27 redax

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Posted 12 November 2007 - 06:29 AM

Which date does the birth certificate in the Civil Registry of San Juan bear?

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Posted 12 November 2007 - 11:16 PM

The correct one which is Nov.15
We also have the original birth cerficate...

Which date does the birth certificate in the Civil Registry of San Juan bear?



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Posted 13 November 2007 - 04:55 AM

In that case there is nothing to correct in San Juan. It is the NSO file that is erroneous so that is where the problem is. NSO gets its copies from the local civil registers so you probably need to inform them of the error and hopefully the procedure for proving so is not tedious. Hopefully, just the presentation of a certified true copy of the birth certificate is sufficient to cinvince them to correct their entry. You would need to ask the NSO the proper procedure for correction of errors in birth certificates.

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 11:29 PM

we already did that... they insist that they only got their copy on San Juan... ang they want us to go to court just to correct their mistakes... and it will us 30,000

In that case there is nothing to correct in San Juan. It is the NSO file that is erroneous so that is where the problem is. NSO gets its copies from the local civil registers so you probably need to inform them of the error and hopefully the procedure for proving so is not tedious. Hopefully, just the presentation of a certified true copy of the birth certificate is sufficient to cinvince them to correct their entry. You would need to ask the NSO the proper procedure for correction of errors in birth certificates.



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Posted 07 January 2008 - 02:59 PM

we already did that... they insist that they only got their copy on San Juan... ang they want us to go to court just to correct their mistakes... and it will us 30,000



parang katulad din eto nang problem nang friend ko. sa kanya naman mali ang gender instead na female eh naging male.

pumunta na nga sya sa local registrar to correct this. sabi ng nso yun na na daw ang nakafile sa kanila.

help naman poh. kailangan kasi eto para makakuha ng passport.

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Posted 07 January 2008 - 04:39 PM

Just posing this question on behalf of a friend. If an NSO search yields no record of marriage, can this person apply for a CENOMAR?

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Posted 11 January 2008 - 04:28 PM

Any immigration law experts here? I've a question.

Here's the scenario:

For example, my dad is Thai and my mom is Filipina while I was born in the U.S.A. which makes me an American Citizen. My mom, though currently is an American citizen, was still a Filipina citizen when I was born which also makes me a Filipino Citizen. However, they never declared this to the Bureau of Immigration.

Right now, the proper papers are supposedly being processed in the bureau to officially consider me both an American and a Filipino citizen. So the question is, can I work in the Philippines without needing a proper working visa though the papers haven't been fully processed yet since I am a Filipino by blood anyway, just not yet in paper.

Thanks for answering my queries.

#34 kanos

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Posted 30 January 2008 - 02:06 PM

I have this problem -

My name indicated in my birth certificate is JUAN. My parents later on added PEDRO during my baptism. The priest said that Juan was too short so my parents added Pedro. I have been using JUAN PEDRO in all of my documents ever since and not until I applied for an SSS, where the teller said I should be using what my birth certificate indicates. Will this pose as a problem when applying for a passport? If yes, what could I do? I was told to get an affidavit claiming that JUAN and JUAN PEDRO are one and the same. will the affidavit be enough for all legal matters that would pose as a problem regarding my name? or have my birth cert change to JUAN PEDRO?

Thanks in advance

#35 snowjet

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Posted 31 January 2008 - 06:34 PM

Hi, can somebody please help me if i can acquire 3 citizenships? do i have to declare it at BID and DFA? you can send me a PM for details. asap. :)

Edited by snowjet, 31 January 2008 - 06:36 PM.


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Posted 02 February 2008 - 07:33 AM

parang katulad din eto nang problem nang friend ko. sa kanya naman mali ang gender instead na female eh naging male.

pumunta na nga sya sa local registrar to correct this. sabi ng nso yun na na daw ang nakafile sa kanila.

help naman poh. kailangan kasi eto para makakuha ng passport.


Hinde ito pareha sa wrong date sa NSO. Ito talagang may correction of entry dahil mali gender. Ito malamang talagang court order lang makakapacorrect dahil hinde ito considered typographical error lang. Malaking error ito. Yong wrong date kasi sa NSO wala naman icocorrect sa birth certificate sa local registry, sila lang talaga nagkamali. Kung sinasabi nilang kailangan through court order, hinde naman puedeng correction of error dahil wala nga error sa birth certificate. Malamang kung court case, mandamus para orderan sila ng court na icorrect error nila. Pero sobra naman yan kung lahat na error in copies nila kailangan court order. Baka may procedure sila jan ng fixer kung ganyan.

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Posted 02 February 2008 - 10:43 AM

Any immigration law experts here? I've a question.

Here's the scenario:

For example, my dad is Thai and my mom is Filipina while I was born in the U.S.A. which makes me an American Citizen. My mom, though currently is an American citizen, was still a Filipina citizen when I was born which also makes me a Filipino Citizen. However, they never declared this to the Bureau of Immigration.

Right now, the proper papers are supposedly being processed in the bureau to officially consider me both an American and a Filipino citizen. So the question is, can I work in the Philippines without needing a proper working visa though the papers haven't been fully processed yet since I am a Filipino by blood anyway, just not yet in paper.

Thanks for answering my queries.

You can work anytime as long as nobody questions your nationality or no one reports you to the BID. It will be risk free if you wait for your paper to be completed.

On the side though, as far as I know if you are 21 already, both the Phillipne and American Government will no longer allow you to maintain your dual citizenship.

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Posted 02 February 2008 - 10:49 AM

I have this problem -

My name indicated in my birth certificate is JUAN. My parents later on added PEDRO during my baptism. The priest said that Juan was too short so my parents added Pedro. I have been using JUAN PEDRO in all of my documents ever since and not until I applied for an SSS, where the teller said I should be using what my birth certificate indicates. Will this pose as a problem when applying for a passport? If yes, what could I do? I was told to get an affidavit claiming that JUAN and JUAN PEDRO are one and the same. will the affidavit be enough for all legal matters that would pose as a problem regarding my name? or have my birth cert change to JUAN PEDRO?

Thanks in advance

Given that most of your government documents show your name as Juan, it will be better to use that coz that is your legal name. Im assuming that only your school records uses Juan Pedro. What you can do is to officially ask the registrar of these schools for an amendment of your record due to your name. I dont think you need any court action here though each school might have their own process for such revisions.

You cant simply execute an affidavit and change your legal name from Juan to Juan Pedro. Only the court can affect such change in name given that the addition of "Pedro" in your name is a substantial change. Juan is definitely very different than "Juan Pedro." This simply isnt a typographical error since one whole word is the discrepancy not like if an "e" was typed as an "i" or something related to that.

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Posted 06 February 2008 - 10:30 AM

Hinde ito pareha sa wrong date sa NSO. Ito talagang may correction of entry dahil mali gender. Ito malamang talagang court order lang makakapacorrect dahil hinde ito considered typographical error lang. Malaking error ito. Yong wrong date kasi sa NSO wala naman icocorrect sa birth certificate sa local registry, sila lang talaga nagkamali. Kung sinasabi nilang kailangan through court order, hinde naman puedeng correction of error dahil wala nga error sa birth certificate. Malamang kung court case, mandamus para orderan sila ng court na icorrect error nila. Pero sobra naman yan kung lahat na error in copies nila kailangan court order. Baka may procedure sila jan ng fixer kung ganyan.



but yung record sa local registry ay tama ang gender nya. yung nasa nso lang. meron pa ngang kopya ng certified thru copy from local registry na tama ang ang kanyang gender which is female.

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Posted 06 February 2008 - 04:09 PM

OK. Similarly situated nga pala kayo. Subukan nyo humanap fixer kung talagang sinasabi walang magawa except for court order. Malabo kasi yan na kailangan court order kung copy ng NSO not in conformity with local registrar. Hinde kasi yan correction of entry dahil wala nga mali sa birth certificate. Mabigat naman na remedy yang mandamus to compel the NSO to correct its copy.




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