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FIRST NAME PROBLEM (NSO COPY)

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1 FIRST NAME PROBLEM (NSO COPY) on Wed Apr 06, 2016 4:08 pm

neytiblome


Arresto Menor
Hi,

I am permanently residing in Pasig City Metro Manila.
I was born in Labrador Pangasinan and have my Birth records registered there.

I just got my NSO copy of Birth certificate, and I see that the First Letter of My name is read as "M" Instead of "N" but Not a Clear Letter "M" Though. It seems like the type writer ink is the problem.

I have my Local copy of Birth certificate from Labrador Pangasinan, And all details written there was clear and correct.

I went to Pasig City Civil Registrar for assistance in fixing my Problem. However, They advised me to go to Labrador Pangasinan Instead To fix it. They said, If they will be fixing it, It might takes a year or 2 to be done. So better to go where I registered my birth records.

I am looking for more professional opinion with this matter.
I need this Documents This year. Sad

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2 Re: FIRST NAME PROBLEM (NSO COPY) on Wed Apr 06, 2016 4:38 pm

centro


Reclusion Perpetua
The fastest and affordable way to correct the apparent clerical error is going to the Local Office of Civil Registry where the birth certificate was recorded. This is the usual procedure.

The Tanay Office of civil Registry (for purposes of reference) lists the following requirements to correct a clerical error: Mandatory Requirement:Birth Certificate on Security Paper, With at least five of the supporting documents listed below showing the correct entries on the document:
Voter’s Registration Record/ Employment Record/ SSS/GSIS Record/ School Records/Diploma/ Driver’s License/ NBI/Police Clearance/ Baptismal Certificate/ Marriage Certificate if married/parents/ Birth Certificate of brothers/sisters. Cost for correction is stated at P 1,000 excluding the processing at NSO for the security paper printing.

As per you narration, it would appear that the mistake was from the NSO pick up, you may want to initially check with NSO CVEA Central Verification and Enrollment Agency at East Avenue (building behind the certificate processing) if there are procedures for correction and if indeed there is a need to go travel to Pangasinan.

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3 Re: FIRST NAME PROBLEM (NSO COPY) on Thu Apr 07, 2016 11:18 am

neytiblome


Arresto Menor
centro wrote:The fastest and affordable way to correct the apparent clerical error is going to the Local Office of Civil Registry where the birth certificate was recorded. This is the usual procedure.

The Tanay Office of civil Registry (for purposes of reference) lists the following requirements to correct a clerical error: Mandatory Requirement:Birth Certificate on Security Paper, With at least five of the supporting documents listed below showing the correct entries on the document:
Voter’s Registration Record/ Employment Record/ SSS/GSIS Record/ School Records/Diploma/ Driver’s License/ NBI/Police Clearance/ Baptismal Certificate/ Marriage Certificate if married/parents/ Birth Certificate of brothers/sisters. Cost for correction is stated at P 1,000 excluding the processing at NSO for the security paper printing.

As per you narration, it would appear that the mistake was from the NSO pick up, you may want to initially check with NSO CVEA Central Verification and Enrollment Agency at East Avenue (building behind the certificate processing) if there are procedures for correction and if indeed there is a need to go travel to Pangasinan.

Thank you. But how long this process normally takes? Would it be Half year? a year? Sad

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4 second name problem on Tue Apr 12, 2016 12:41 am

dandukeghynah


Arresto Menor
hi,
ako po pala si gina ray sunga 28yrs old nakatira at ipinanganak sa taguig city
,
iminulat ako ng tatay ko na gina ray ang pangalan at spelling ng pangalan ko nung kumuha ako ng passpport hindi tinanggap ang  nso b.c ko dahil malabo daw kaya inadvise akong kumuha ng transcribe copy ng birth certificate ko sa munisipyo namin nung makita ko ang spelling ng pangalan ko gina rey pala...instead na letter E for gina rey sunga all the while ang ginagamit ko sa mga credentials ko even sa birth certificate ng mga anak ko ay letter  A for gina ray...

ano po ba ang dapat kong gawin na paraan para maitama ang spelling ng pangalan ko?? patulong naman po..salamat po...

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5 Re: FIRST NAME PROBLEM (NSO COPY) on Tue Apr 12, 2016 9:29 pm

LandOwner12


Reclusion Perpetua
Punta sa lcr.easy lang to

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