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i don't have a name and my father's name in my birth certificate nso

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lala17


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i just recently found out when I get my nso that I don't have a name registered on my live birth. The only thing written on it was my mothers surname. She's not yet married with my father when I was born but they are married now. I was born in manila and I am living now in pampanga. I've been using a birth certificate issued by the province civil registrar. But when I get my nso the one with no name is the one they issued. What should I do. Pls. help me . And how much would it cost? I'll be needing it for my enrollment in college. Thanks....

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attyLLL


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inquire at the civil registrar if they will allow a correction. they should because you are allowed to change your first name.


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lala17


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they are asking for a two valid I.D but I don't have one. what will I do?

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lala17


Arresto Menor
can I possibly go to the hospital where I was born and ask them to put a name on my bc.

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attyLLL


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go find a way to produce IDs. postal ID ang bgy certifications will be a good start


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