Tag Archive: New Phlpost ID


8 Aug 6B

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 valid ID.

Read on:

  • You may apply at the Manila Central Post office at the Liwasang Bonifacio, Intramuros, Manila or at any of the following post offices:
    • Quezon City Central Post Office – NIA Rd. Brgy. Pinyahan, Diliman
    • Valenzuela Central Post Office – Valenzuela Hall Complex, Maysan St.
    • Paranaque Central Post Office – Ninoy Aquino Ave., Brgy. La Huerta
    • Las Pinas Central Post Office – Las Pinas City Hall Cpd., Pamplona St.
    • Makati Central Post Office – Post Office Bldg., Gil Puyat cor. Ayala Ave.
  • The said offices will receive applications from Monday to Friday, at designated hours. See below:
Post Office Time of Application Time of Release
Manila Central Post Office 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM (first 30 applicants) Same day release 4PM – 5PM
Manila Central Post Office 8:40 AM – 4:00 PM Next-day release 4PM – 5PM
QC Post Office 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Next-day release 4PM – 5PM
Valenzuela Central Post Office 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Next-day release 4PM – 5PM
Paranaque Central Post Office 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Next-day release 4PM – 5PM
Las Pinas Central Post Office 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Next-day release 4PM – 5PM
Makati Central Post Office 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Next-day release 4PM – 5PM
  • The fee for rush processing is Php 650.00 (VAT inclusive).

For more information, like and follow the PhlPost’s social media accounts for updates:

https://www.facebook.com/newpostalid

https://www.instagram.com/newpostalid

https://www.twitter.com/PostaLiD

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8 Aug 6 A

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 postal ID and what IDs and documentary requirements are accepted for the application.

I checked the PhlPost website and was able to find the step-by-step application process as well as the complete list of requirements and IDs that you need to present.

Read on!

Application Requirements:

  1. Bring two copies of duly accomplished PID application form. You may download copies here.
  2. Proof of identity – submit any one of the following:
  3. Married females must bring their PSA marriage certificate to validate the change of name from the birth document.

Applicants with no birth certificate, UMID card, driver’s license, or passport may submit ANY TWO of the following documents, at least one of which should bear the applicant’s photo and signature:

  • BIR ID
  • Baptismal Certificate
  • College or Post-graduate Transcript of Records
  • Confirmation Certificate
  • Elementary or High School Form 137
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Valid Alumni ID
  • Valid Basic Postal ID
  • Valid College, School, or University ID
  • Valid Company ID
  • Valid Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP)
  • Valid NBI Clearance
  • Valid OWWA ID
  • Valid Pag-IBIG ID
  • Valid PhilHealth ID
  • Valid PRC ID
  • Valid Paper-based Postal ID
  • Valid Police Clearance
  • Valid Seaman’s Book
  • Valid Senior Citizen ID
  • Valid Tax Identification Number Card
  • Valid Voter’s ID
  1. Proof of Address – Submit any one of the following:
  • Barangay Certificate of Residency issued within three months prior to PID application;
  • Certified True Copy of Lease;
  • Certified True Copy of Titles issued by the Land Registration Authority (LRA);
  • Certified True Copy of Real Estate Tax Receipt;
  • Bank statement;
  • Credit card statement;
  • School billing statement or utility bill (cable, electric, internet, landline, telephone water).

 Application Process

Step 1: Submit a completely filled-out application form with your requirements and payment to any post office.

Step 2: Upon approval of your requirements, proceed to the nearest ID capture station where you will be digitally photographed and fingerprinted.  There are almost 260 ID capture stations nationwide in designated post offices and selected malls.

Step 3: When you complete the ID data capture process, your ID will be delivered to your mailing address.

  • Within Metro Manila – approximately 10 to 15 working days
  • Island provinces and remote barangays – approximately 4 to 5 weeks.

If you have more questions about the application process and requirements, you may call the PhlPost at the following numbers:

Landlines:

  • (02) 7427349
  • (02) 2309875

Mobile:

  • Globe 0917 5215373
  • Smart 0998 8447629
  • Sun 0925 3212291

Source:

www.postalidph.com

www.phlpost.gov.ph

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7 July 31

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 or a PRC ID).  Personally, I only have my passport, TIN, and SSS ID; and before I even got my passport, I only had my SSS.  So for those who have yet to apply for an SSS ID, or a Driver’s License, or any other major government-issued ID, your postal ID can now come in handy when transacting with the DFA.

Here is the list of other acceptable valid IDs for passport applications:

  • Social Security System ID
  • Government Service Insurance System ID
  • Unified Multi-purpose ID
  • Land Transportation Office Driver’s License (student permits will be accepted if in card format).
  • Professional Regulatory Commission ID
  • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration e-card.
  • Commission on Elections voter’s ID or Voter’s Certification from the election officer (with dry seal).
  • Philippine National Police firearms license
  • Senior Citizen ID
  • Airman license (issued August 2016 onwards)
  • School ID (if applicable)
  • Current valid ePassport (for renewal of ePassport)

If you want to know how to get a Postal ID, read this blog.

For more information on passport application and renewal, here are some of my previous blogs you can visit:

Passport Application: What You Need to Bring to the DFA Consular Office 

What Are The Requirements for New Passport Application? 

DFA Passport Appointment: No Show, No Refund 

Birth Certificates No Longer Required for Passport Renewal (and Why You Still Need To Get A Copy of Your PSA Birth Certificate)

List of Requirements for Renewal of Passport

 

Sources:

www.rappler.com

www.dfa.gov.ph

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In almost all of your transactions, whether with a government agency or a private corporation like banks, schools, and remittance centers, you will always be required to present a government-issued ID.  It doesn’t matter if you have a company ID, a school ID, or membership cards, agencies will always require you to present a government-issued ID.

When applying for a passport, you will be required to present at least one of the following:

  • Digitized SSS ID
  • Driver’s License
  • GSIS E-Card
  • PRC ID
  • IBP ID
  • OWWA ID
  • Digitized BIR ID
  • Senior Citizen’s ID
  • Voter’s ID
  • Seaman’s Book

Today’s article will focus on the different types of government-issued IDs and certificates and how you can apply for each.  We hope this helps you complete your collection of government-issued IDs.

Cedula

A Community Tax Certificate (CTC), also known as Cedula, is issued to every individual or corporation upon payment of the community tax.  Every Filipino who is at least 18 years old and has been regularly employed for at least 30 consecutive working days must have his own cedula.  Business owners, real property owners, and all others who may be required by law must also apply for a cedula.

How to get a Cedula:

  1. Go to your local government office (barangay, municipal, or city hall) where CTCs are issued.
  2. Fill out the application slip, submit, and pay the required amount.  The fee will depend on how much salary you are going to declare on the application slip.  Wait for the issuing officer to give you your CTC.
  3. Sign and affix your thumbprint on the spaces provided on the CTC.
  4. The Cedula is valid until the last day of the year when it was acquired.

Barangay Clearance

The Barangay Clearance is a prerequisite for a Postal ID or a Mayor’s Permit; it is something that both private employees and business people need to have.  It is also a basic requirement when applying for affidavits and other legal transactions.  Basically, it attests to your good standing as a resident or business owner in a specific barangay.

How to get a Barangay Clearance:

  1. Proceed to your designated Barangay Hall and inform the officer on duty that you would like to apply for a Barangay Clearance. Fill out the application form and pay the necessary fees (fees vary per barangay).
  2. Present your cedula; if you do not have one yet, you may also secure this from the barangay hall.
  3. Wait for your clearance to be released (if no negative records are found under your name).

Postal ID

Phlpost has upgraded the physical appearance of the postal ID.  You need to get one as an additional government-issued ID.  Here are the requirements and procedures:

  1. Proceed to the Post Office in your area and submit two copies of duly accomplished PID application form.
  2. Submit your PSA birth certificate or GSIS or UMID Card, or Driver’s License, or valid Passport.
  3. If you are a married female applicant, bring a copy of your PSA Marriage Certificate to validate change of name from birth documents.
  4. Pay the fixed fee of Php 504.00.
  5. You will be instructed to proceed to the nearest ID capture station for your photo and fingerprints.  There are 260 ID capture stations nationwide.
  6. Expect to receive your ID after approximately 15 working days if your delivery address is in Metro Manila, 20 working days if you live in other major cities and municipalities, and 30 working days if you live in island provinces and remote barangays.

NBI Clearance

You may now apply for an NBI clearance online!  Here’s how:

  1. Register and create your account online at nbi-clearance.com.  There will be a guided process, just follow this.
  2. Make sure to have a working and accessible email address; use this when registering at the NBI website and wait for the confirmation email to be sent to you. You need to confirm your registration through the email in order for your account to activate.
  3. Login to your NBI account using the username and password you registered. Fill out the online application form and submit.
  4. Schedule an appointment at your preferred NBI Clearance Outlet.  Select the date when you wish to process your NBI clearance.
  5. Fee for NBI Clearance is P115 but e-payment services charge an additional P25, so your NBI Clearance fee total will be P140.  You may pay online, or over the counter at accredited banks, through GCash, or at any Bayad Center.  Note that until you have made a payment, your appointment is not confirmed.
  6. Print your NBI clearance application form and wait for the date of your appointment.  Bring your printed form when you visit the NBI outlet.

Unified Multi-purpose ID

Considered as the “Mother” of all IDs because it can cover your SSS, GSIS, PagIBIG, and PhilHealth transactions through a contact less smartchip technology.  It stores the member’s SSS information and biometrics data such as fingerprints, facial image, and signature.

  1. Visit the nearest SSS branch that has UMID enrollment/ID capture facility.  Fill out the UMID Card application form.
  2. Bring one of the primary valid IDs (passport, driver’s license, Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Card, Seaman’s Book).  If you do not have any of these, bring two of your secondary identification cards/documents.
  3. Proceed to the ID capture booth, fingerprint scanning, and electronic signature process.
  4. Wait for your UMID to be delivered to your address.

BIR TIN ID

This is required before you even begin working; all legitimate companies will require your Tax Identification Number (TIN) to ensure that your taxes are remitted to the government properly.

  1. Proceed to the nearest BIR branch in your area.  Note that it would be best that you apply at the BIR in the same city or municipality where you are working.
  2. Bring a copy of your PSA birth certificate and 1×1 photo of yourself.
  3. The BIR TIN ID has a lifetime validity and is free of charge.  Some RDOs may be able to give you your ID on the same day while others may require you to come back after a day.

PRC ID (Professional Regulations Commission)

This is exclusive to individuals who took and passed professional licensure examinations such as Certified Public Accountants, Architects, Engineers, Lawyers, Physicians, Dentists, etc.

  1. Accomplish the Action Sheet – this may be downloaded from the PRC website.
  2. Pay for the metered documentary stamps at the CSC (Customer Service Counter).  Please make sure that your photo and photocopies of documents have metered documentary stamps.
  3. Pay the prescribed fees at the Cashier (Php 450).
  4. Present duly accomplished AS together with documents and receive your claim slip at Window 16, Window 18, and Window 30.
  5. Claim your documents as scheduled.  Please refer to your claim slip for further instructions.

Your PRC ID is valid for three years and can be renewed thereafter.

If you are thinking about applying for a Philippine passport, it may be best that you work on getting at least three government-issued IDs first.

For questions about the different IDs and clearances we featured, send us a message and we will do our best to find the best answers for you.

Reference: http://www.gov.ph

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PhilPost Id

Almost everyone I know has a Postal ID tucked in their wallets. It is one of those identification cards that can be acquired with the least documentary requirements (I even know a couple of people who got theirs without personally appearing at their respective Post Offices!). As a result, the Postal ID’s validity is seldom honored in establishments such as banks and remittance centers; no, not even as a means to gain entry in some buildings and offices. That is probably why mine has remained in my wallet for years on end that when I finally did take it out, the prints on the card have transferred to its plastic cover (nope, I never got around to having it laminated either!).

Well, here’s some good news I’d like to share!

Ang Philippine Postal Corporation (Phlpost) ay nag-lunsad na ng bagong Phlpost ID! Ang bagong card ay may security features na kaya’t ang bagong Postal ID ay valid na para sa lahat ng transactions na nagre-require ng government-issued ID.

Sino ang pwedeng mag apply para sa bagong Phlpost ID?

Lahat ng Filipinos, regardless of age and location, at kahit pa ang mga naninirahan abroad, ay maaaring mag apply ng kanilang bagong Phlpost ID. Pretty soon, pati na rin ang mga foreign nationals na nakatira na sa Pilipinas ng at least six months ay maaari na din mag apply ng kanilang Phlpost ID.

Bakit kailangan kong kumuha ng bagong Phlpost ID at ano ang mangyayari sa luma kong Phlpost ID?

Makakakuha ka ng Phlpost ID kahit na wala kang special skills o kahit hindi ka employed (di tulad ng Drivers’ License, PRC Licenses, SSS, GSIS). Kapag meron ka nang bagong Phlpost ID, mas madali ka nang makakapag transact sa banko, pag-apply ng passport, byahe abroad, pag-apply ng loans, o sa pag-apply sa trabaho.

Ang lumang Phlpost ID ay valid hanggang sa petsa na nakasulat sa “Valid Until” field ng ID. Ang Post Office sa inyong lugar ay hihinto nang mag issue ng paper-based IDs kapag naging available na ang bagong Postal ID sa inyong lugar. Maaari na din magpa palit ng new Postal ID ang mga may old Postal ID na valid pa, may discount pa kapag pinapalitan ito ng bago.

Papano ba mag apply ng bagong Phlpost ID?

Madali lang mag apply ng bagong Phlpost ID. Kailangan mo lang mag prepare ng dalawang klaseng dokumento, as listed below. Siguraduhing napa photocopy mo ang original bago ka mag tungo sa Phlpost para mag apply. Dalhin mo na din ang original copies for verification.

  1. Proof of Identity – any one (1) of the following:
  1. Proof of Address – any one (1) of the following:
    • Barangay Clearance / Barangay Certificate of Residency
    • Utility Bill in the Applicant’s Name (e.g. electricity, water, cable, mobile phone subscription)

Kung wala kang kahit na alin sa mga nakalista under Proof of Identity, kailangan mong magdala ng dalawa ng kahit alin sa mga sumusunod na documents. Siguraduhing ang isa sa dalawa ay may pirma ng applicant.

  1. Valid paper-based Postal ID
  2. Valid NBI / Police Clearance
  3. Old SSS or GSIS card
  4. Valid OWWA ID
  5. Valid PRC ID
  6. Digitized BIR Card
  7. Valid Seaman’s Book
  8. Valid Integrated Bar of the Philippines ID
  9. Biometric Voter’s ID
  10. Valid Company ID
  11. Senior Citizen ID
  12. Certificates of Birth / Marriage from National Commission for Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) or National Commission for Indigenous Peoples (NCIP)
  13. Elementary or High School Form 137 for minors applicants 18 years old and below
  14. School Transcript of Records with readable dry seal
  15. Marriage Contract
  16. Valid University / School Alumni ID
  17. TIN Card

Kung minor ang nag-a-apply for a Phlpost ID, kailangang may kasama siyang magulang or guardian. Magdala din ng proof of guardianship upon application.

Kung ang dalang birth certificate ay issued ng Local Civil Registrar, kailangang ito ay six months current from the date of ID application. Dalhin ang resibo mula sa LCR bilang proof.

Saan Maaaring Mag Apply ng Bagong Postal ID?

Pwedeng mag apply sa kahit na saang post office. Kapag na-screen na ang mga dala mong documents, papupuntahin ka na sa ID capture station para makunan ka ng litrato at fingerprints. Meron nang 260 ID Capture Stations sa buong bansa (hyperlink to list of ID capture stations).

Maaari din kumuha ng application form sa mga post offices nationwide, o mag download sa www.phlpost.gov.ph.

May bayad ba ang bagong Phlpost ID? Magkano?

Ito ang mga fees na babayaran ng mga aplikante, kahit saan sa buong bansa:

Postal ID Card + Delivery Fee – Php 370.00 + 12% VAT Php 440.40 = Php 414.40 Ang ID ay valid for three years.

Get yours now!

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