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1 Change of Last name on Thu Dec 06, 2012 3:05 pm

kling_17


Arresto Menor
Hi Atty,

I just would like to inquire about the problem of my friend coz he's registered name in NSO bears the last name of his mother because at the time that he was born, his parents were not married yet. However on his Birth Certificate, it already bears the surname of his father. It was acknowledge by his father that he is his son. School documents is based on his birth certificate, with his father's last name.

Now, my friend has problem applying for jobs coz of that problem or even applying for driver's license or gov't id's.What would be the best thing to do here? or What would be the least expensive way to resolve this type of issue? Should we start by going to where he got the birth certificate from or would it be best to start in NSO or Civil Registra perhaps? We really don't know what to do.

Your help is highly appreciated. Tnx

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2 Re: Change of Last name on Thu Dec 06, 2012 4:09 pm

Pedro Parkero


Reclusion Perpetua
kling_17 wrote:Hi Atty,

I just would like to inquire about the problem of my friend coz he's registered name in NSO bears the last name of his mother because at the time that he was born, his parents were not married yet. However on his Birth Certificate, it already bears the surname of his father. It was acknowledge by his father that he is his son. School documents is based on his birth certificate, with his father's last name.

Now, my friend has problem applying for jobs coz of that problem or even applying for driver's license or gov't id's.What would be the best thing to do here? or What would be the least expensive way to resolve this type of issue? Should we start by going to where he got the birth certificate from or would it be best to start in NSO or Civil Registra perhaps? We really don't know what to do.

Your help is highly appreciated. Tnx

punta/tanongka ka sa civil registrar na nag isyu ng dokumento. alam nila ang proseso. at matutulungan ka nila

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3 Re: Change of Last name on Wed Dec 26, 2012 11:49 pm

attyLLL


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he is now considered legitimated. you should present the marriage contract and the father's acknowledgment to the civil registrar so that he can use his father's surname


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4 change of surname on Thu Mar 21, 2013 5:39 pm

maenphoe


Arresto Menor
ask ko lang po kung pwede pa po bang ma change ang family name ng anak ko.. kasi po sa nso po sa apelyido po ng papa niya at acknowleged mo niya yon pero hindi po kami kasal.. gusto ko po palitan sa apelyido ko po kasi hindi naman nagbibigay support ang tatay niya.. pls help me po... thanks

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5 Re: Change of Last name on Thu Mar 21, 2013 5:45 pm

attyLLL


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imo, yes, but the proper process is through adoption.


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6 Re: Change of Last name on Sun Mar 24, 2013 8:26 pm

jhie


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Hi Atty,

I just would like to inquire about the problem of my friend coz he's registered name in NSO bears the last name of his mother because at the time that he was born, his parents were not married yet. However on his Birth Certificate, it already bears the surname of his father. It was acknowledge by his father that he is his son. School documents is based on his birth certificate, with his father's last name.

Now, my friend has problem applying for jobs coz of that problem or even applying for driver's license or gov't id's.What would be the best thing to do here? or What would be the least expensive way to resolve this type of issue? Should we start by going to where he got the birth certificate from or would it be best to start in NSO or Civil Registra perhaps? We really don't know what to do.

Your help is highly appreciated. Tnx

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7 Re: Change of Last name on Tue Mar 26, 2013 1:40 pm

attyLLL


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if the parents are not married, he should ask his father to issue an affidavit of acknowledgment and authority to use surname of the father


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