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No Name in NSO Birth Cert & Mother's Last Name is my Surname

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guencamille


Arresto Menor
Hi! I hope you can help me, I recently found out that my birth certificate file in NSO is as follows:

1. No First Name
2. Surname is my Mom's last name.

I think this happened because my parents were ignorant on what to do after my mom giving birth to a hospital in manila, they thought my certificate will not be processed but unfortunately that one was forwarded to NSO. Since going to school in the province I have been using the birth certificate issued to me in the province...and of course all my documents reflect that.

Question is what do I do with the certificate issued by NSO? how long will the processing take because I badly need to have a passport...does DFA give exemptions if there are rare cases such as this...like a temporary solution perhaps so I can still have my passport eventhough my change of name in the NSO certificate in still being processed? Thank you. I remembered beauty queen Venus Raj had problems also but still she was issued a passport. I'm no beauty queen but I'm also a legal citizen of this country. Thank you.

By the way, my parents were married right when I was around 9 years old, so maybe that's why I was not able to carry his last name when I was born. But ever since Im using my dad's last name particularly at school, work & all documents...sss, TIN, etc. Please help!



Last edited by guencamille on Wed Jun 15, 2011 7:38 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : additional info)

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attyLLL


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you have to go to the Manila civil registrar and process your legitimation by giving a copy of your parents' marriage contract. this will correct your last name.

as for your first name, that will require a court petition to correct it.

there's no harm in trying to get a passport. there are cases they allowed it with the condition they won't renew if you don't correct it.


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