Delayed Registration of Civil Registry Records




ABOUT THE SERVICE

Delayed registration of birth, marriage, death and court decrees-like ordinary registration made at the Civil Registrar of the place where the event occurred, following the lapse of the reglamentary period to register

REQUIREMENT (S)

  • NSO Negative Result
  • Affidavit of Delayed Registration
  • Affidavit of Two (2) Disinterested Persons
  • Baptismal Certificate
  • School records, ID’s
  • Certified true copy of marriage or death certificate or any Public Documents
FEES
Late Registration Fee
Less than 15 yrs. old Php 100.00
16 yrs. old – 20 yrs. old Php 200.00
Above 21 yrs.old Php300.00

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE

Follow These Steps It Will Take You Please Approach
Application
Client approaches the EIC. 30 seconds Mary Joyce Yvonne Dimasangca
Mirasol Requillo
Delia Batausa
EIC give the delayed registration form to be filled-up by the client and instruct comply the requirements.

Client is instructed to come back after all the requirements has been complied.

1 to 5 minutes
Presentation of Documents
Client returns and presents all the required documents.

EIC review as to completeness of the requirements and whether all the data needed has been filled-up.

1 to 2 minutes Phoebe S. Valer – Birth
Delia Batausa – Death
Mary Joyce Dimasangca – Marriage
Payment of Fees
Client is instructed to pay at the MTO. 5 to 10 minutes MTO collection clerk
Preparation
EIC prepares the documents. Client is advice to review the entries in the COLB/COM/COD & sign the document. EIC instruct the client to come back after 10 days (reglamentary publication period) for her/his file. 2 to 3 minutes Phoebe S. Valer – Birth
Delia Batausa – Death
Mary Joyce Dimasangca – Marriage
Release
Clients return to claim his/her registered document.

EIC releases the document duly signed by the MCR.

1 minute Phoebe S. Valer – Birth
Delia Batausa – Death
Mary Joyce Dimasangca – Marriage
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