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Republic Act 10172: Name Change

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1 Republic Act 10172: Name Change on Tue Aug 28, 2012 12:07 pm

bluviper


Arresto Menor
Good day Attorney!

I also (like the others in this forum) have my name mispelled on my BC.

written on my BC is RAQUEL, and when you look into the gender, it shows male.

i didnt used the name when i started going to school. instead i used ROCQUEL, what my parents intended for me.

its the same name i used on my other documents. school records, SSS ID, pagibig account. bank account. also on my Civil Marriage certificate.

But when i tried getting a passport back in 2009 i was forced to used the one written on my BC. for the very reason it is required by DFA. and so i had one using the mispelled name.

now my question is. can i still rectify my name written on the passport? or should i first rectify the correction of entry, then return to fix my name on the passport?!

i really dont like to change my entire records for this matter...

hope you can help me.

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2 Re: Republic Act 10172: Name Change on Wed Aug 29, 2012 6:47 pm

jah


Arresto Menor
Good Afternoon Attorney,

I have a big problem regarding my birth certificate. I noticed that i had a double entry in NSO. Ang isang birth cert ko na naka filed is my correction sa year of date,my name, name of my mother. yung isang naka filed eh yun tlaga ang ginagamit ko since i was kinder up to now, pati sa lahat ng mga legal documents ko. So paano ko poh mapapacancel yung isang birthcert ko sa nso?Please help me..Thank you.

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3 Re: Republic Act 10172: Name Change on Thu Aug 30, 2012 1:44 pm

melvinmorallos


Arresto Menor
kailan po ba maiimplement ang RA 10172. sa ngayon po kasi di pa
daw implemented ang naturang batas.

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4 Re: Republic Act 10172: Name Change on Thu Aug 30, 2012 2:10 pm

bluviper


Arresto Menor
taken from an article on Philstar website.

MANILA, Philippines - President Aquino signed the new law extending the power of local civil registrars to correct errors in birth certificates without any court order.

Correcting errors in date of birth and gender in birth certificates no longer needs court approval.

Republic Act 10172, which was signed by the President last Aug. 19, amended several provisions of Republic Act 9048.

It extended the coverage of exemptions to requirement of judicial approval for correction on entries in the birth certificate.

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5 Re: Republic Act 10172: Name Change on Sun Sep 02, 2012 9:53 pm

blessmexd


Arresto Menor
pano po ba ang pag process base sa republic act 10172? sa local civil registrar po ba unang pupunta?

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6 Re: Republic Act 10172: Name Change on Sun Sep 02, 2012 11:07 pm

concepab


Reclusion Perpetua
melvinmorallos wrote:kailan po ba maiimplement ang RA 10172. sa ngayon po kasi di pa
daw implemented ang naturang batas.

15 days after its publication in the Official Gazette or in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation.

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7 R.A. 10172 on Wed Sep 05, 2012 11:29 am

reynaldoocumen


Arresto Menor
Good day Attorney!

Sir, wrong spelling po kasi ang surname ko sa BC instead of OCUMEN naging OCUWEN, ipinanganak po ako sa isabela, tumauini. sakop po ba ng RA10172 na sa NSO main ko na ipabago wrong spelling ng surname ko?

thank you,

Reynaldo Ocumen

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