Requesting Endorsement of Registry Records to the Civil Registrar General

ABOUT THE SERVICE

As a rule, all civil registrars shall submit civil registry documents to the Office of the Civil Registrar-General (OCRG) thru their respective NSO provincial offices.

There are instances when the NSO cannot issue copy / copies to the interested party because their office has no available record in this archive, or the current document
is still with the NSO provincial office being processed.

To facilitate the issuance of requested documents, the concerned Provincial Statistics Officer (PSO) or Civil Registrar is required to submit or indorse or send in advance the needed document on a piecemeal basis to the NSO.

REQUIREMENT

  • NSO Negative Result Certification

 

Fees
Endorsement Fee Php 50.00
Postal Money Order (PMO) Php 176.00

 

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE

Follow These Steps It Will Take You Please Approach
Request
Approach EIC and request for an Endorsement of his/her record to NSO. 1 minute Delia Batausa
Mary Joyce Yvonne Dimasangca
Mirasol Requillo
Verification
EIC verifies as to the availability of the record in the computer(if not found, the search will be done manually.) 3 to 10 minutes Delia Batausa
Mary Joyce Yvonne Dimasangca
Mirasol Requillo
Preparation of Endorsement
If record is available, instruct client to pay the required fees at the MTO. 5 to 10 minutes MTO Collection Clerk
EIC prepares the documents for Endorsement. 5 to 10 minutes Grace P. Reserva
Phoebe S. Valer
Signature
MCR review and sign the documents for endorsement 1 to 2 minutes Lelita Niñora
MCR
Release
Client received his/her personal file of the Endorsement. Client is instructed to mail the documents to NSO, Quezon City and to wait for 4 to 6 weeks at the given return address to receive his/her SECPA or to make follow-up at the LCR Office. 3 minutes Grace P. Reserva
Phoebe S. Valer