Rush Processing of Postal ID: All You Need To Know

If you need your postal ID immediately the following day or on the day of your application itself, here’s how!  Normally, it will take 10 to 15 business days before you can get you Postal ID but the PhlPost has recently announced that they will accommodate rush processing for individuals who badly need this validContinue reading “Rush Processing of Postal ID: All You Need To Know”

How to Apply for a Postal ID: Requirements and Application Process

Last Thursday (August 1, 2019), the Department of Foreign Affairs announced that the postal ID shall now be accepted and considered a valid primary ID by the agency and can be used when applying for a new passport or renewing an old one.  I received a lot of inquiries on how to get a postalContinue reading “How to Apply for a Postal ID: Requirements and Application Process”

List of Valid IDs and Other Reminders for the Voter Registration for 2020 Elections

In our blog last week, we featured the requirements and qualifications to register as a voter for the 2020 Barangay and SK elections.  For those who are asking what IDs and documents are considered valid by the COMELEC, please refer to the list below. The following IDs are considered valid: Employee’s identification card, with theContinue reading “List of Valid IDs and Other Reminders for the Voter Registration for 2020 Elections”

List of Requirements for the Ongoing Registration for the 2020 Barangay and SK Elections

As a continuation of yesterday’s blog, I am sharing with you some important information on what you need to bring and other requirements and qualifications when you register as a voter for the 2020 Barangay Elections. For SK voters: You must be at least 15 years old (but not more than 30 years old) onContinue reading “List of Requirements for the Ongoing Registration for the 2020 Barangay and SK Elections”

Voter Registration for 2020 Elections Starts Today

The Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections (BSKE) will start today, August 1, 2019, and will run until September 30, 2019 – if you are not yet a registered voter, this is your chance to be counted. According to the Commission on Elections (COMELEC), all poll body field offices are ready to accept applications for registration,Continue reading “Voter Registration for 2020 Elections Starts Today”

Your Postal ID is Now a Primary ID for Passport Applications

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) will begin accepting the PhlPost ID (postal ID) as a primary ID when applying for or renewing your passport, beginning today, August 1, 2019.  This should be good news for most of us who have limited government-issued IDs (especially for those who do not have a driver’s license orContinue reading “Your Postal ID is Now a Primary ID for Passport Applications”