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1 Birth certificate issue on Tue Jan 08, 2013 9:40 pm

marcus01


Arresto Menor
hi,

Kindly help me out, my cousin is from the province of nueva ecija, born in 02/13/94 he was late registered by the father on 06/06/00 and he placed "not applicable" on the mother's name since they are already separated. What can we do to correct this so he can have a BC from NSO and have a better chance in landing a job/school. Your help will be greatly appreciated.

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2 Re: Birth certificate issue on Tue Jan 08, 2013 10:54 pm

tsi ming choi


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marcus01 wrote:hi,

Kindly help me out, my cousin is from the province of nueva ecija, born in 02/13/94 he was late registered by the father on 06/06/00 and he placed "not applicable" on the mother's name since they are already separated. What can we do to correct this so he can have a BC from NSO and have a better chance in landing a job/school. Your help will be greatly appreciated.

Question: Is your cousins father and mother were legally married?

If yes, then, file a petition for correction of entry, in the place were your cousin was registered.

If not, then, leave it alone.

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3 Re: Birth certificate issue on Wed Jan 09, 2013 6:36 pm

attyLLL


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i assume that there is actually a birth certificate;therefore the proper remedy is petition for correction of entry


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