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How to Get a Copy of NSO Birth Certificate (NSO East Avenue)

You will need: *Payment (140 pesos per copy), Valid ID

Go to NSO East Avenue.

1. Get an Application Form and Que Number from the Information Marshall.

Fill the required fields in the form.

2. Proceed to the Screening Area. Wait till your Q number is under the ranges of numbers being served as displayed in the screen.

It may take several minutes. There are about 12 tables in the screening area., fall in line as soon as you are allowed to enter.

3. Proceed to the Payment Area.

You may have to wait again until you are allowed to fall in line. There are 24 windows available. Four (4) windows are designated for those who will pay the “exact amount” (no change).

4. Pay at the Collecting Officer, don’t forget to get your Official Receipt.

Check the details of your receipt before leaving; inform the collecting officer; inform them in case there are wrong details.

5. Check your receipt regarding the details of your documents release.

The Collecting Officer/Cashier will write in hand the date and time of your document’s release. It also includes the Window Number where you will claim your papers.

There are Nine (9) windows available. The date and time of release varies. If you came early in the morning, you might claim it in the middle of the day. If you came late in the afternoon, you may be scheduled to claim it on  the next day @ the morning. You can’t enter the Releasing Area unless you are in the area “at the time” or “after the time” written in your receipt. For example, if you applied in the afternoon and you were scheduled to claim at 10 am in the morning you cannot enter the Releasing Area  before 10 am. You can, however, claim your documents after your designated time. If you arrived at the NSO by after the scheduled time, you can directly proceed to the Releasing Area and fall in line where our designated window is.

Unclaimed documents are disposed 30 days from the date of release.

Do not forget to bring a valid ID.

If you are applying or claiming for another person, you will need authorization letter and a valid ID from the person named in the document.


9 Responses to “How to Get a Copy of NSO Birth Certificate (NSO East Avenue)”

  1. very helpful. thank you so much for this

  2. FFFF

  3. i just want to ask what will i do if i want to request a mail for the copy of my birth certificate. because im not yet sure if i could come back on the date scheduled when i need to come back. thanks

  4. @ sheena, sorry for the late reply, that was a good question, I know you already found out the answer, but anyway this is for the next readers. There is an available door-to-door delivery service in the area. You can see them just before entering the gate of the screening area. There is an additional payment though (I’m not sure about the current price, previiusly it is at about 400 per copy if I remember it right) and it is impractical to subscribe if you are just one or two rides from the NSO office. Online application is available at but mode of payment is not as convenient as when you are in the area.

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