Request for Civil Registry Document - Birth Certificate

 

Walk-in Application

Application made in person by the owner or by his/her representatives will be received at PSA XI - Census Serbilis Center.

Requirements:

A. If the requester is the owner of the document:

  •    Valid Identification Card of the owner.

B. If the requester is NOT the owner of the documents:

  •    Authorization letter:
  •    Valid Identification Card of the owner of the document
  •    Valid Identification card of the authorized person.

Fee : 155.00 pesos

Application through Batch Requests Entry System (BREQS)

Application made in person by the owner or by his/her representatives will be received at PSA XI-Census Serbilis Center. The requester may get the document 2 to 3 days from the date of filing.

Requirements:

A. If the requester is the owner of the document:

   valid Identification Card of the owner.

B. If the requester is NOT the owner of the documents:
 
   Authorization letter:
   valid Identification Card of the owner of the document
   valid Identification card of the authorized person.

Fee : 155.00 pesos

 

Through the Web

Visit the e-Census website at http://www.e-census.com.ph

Note: It the request is done through conventional postal service systen or thorugh e-mail, the certification shall be sent to the requesting party thorugh conventional postal service system.

Information to be provided for the issuance of Birth Certificate:

  1.     Complete name of the child (first, middle, last)
  2.     Complete name of the father
  3.     Complete maiden name of the mother
  4.     Date of birth (month, day, year)
  5.     Place of birth (city/municipality, province)
  6.     Whether or not registered late. (If registered late, please state the year when it was registered.
  7.     Complete name and address of the requesting party
  8.     Relationship to the child
  9.     Number of copies needed
  10.     Purpose of the certification

NOTE: ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATION OF BIRTH IS SUBJECT TO THE CONFIDENTIALITY CLAUSE OF ARTICLE 7 OF THE CHILD AND YOUTH WELFARE CODE WHICH PROVIDES:

Art. 7. Nondisclosure of birth records. The records of a person's birth shall be kept strictly confidential and no information relating thereto shall be issued except on the request of any of the following:
 

  1. The person himself, or any person authorized by him;
  2. His spouse, his parent or parents, his direct descendants, or the guardian or institution legally incharge of him, if he is a minor;
  3. The court or proper public official whenever absolutely necessary in administrative, judicial or other official proceedings to determine the identity of the child's parents or other circumstances surrounding his birth; and
  4. In case of the person's death, the nearest of kin.

Any person violating the prohibition shall suffer the penalty of imprisonment of at least two months or a fine in an amount not exceeding five hundred pesos, or both, in the discretion of the court.

 

Download Birth Certificate Application Form and Process of Application