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Note: Both parties have to appear personally at the Consulate

For Single Filipinos:

1. Birth Certificate in security paper issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) - original & photocopy

2. Certificate of Non-Availability of Record of Marriage issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) in security paper NOTE: A CENOMAR is valid for only six (6) months from the date of issue by the NSO

3. Original and a photocopy of Authenticated Affidavit of Parental Consent (for applicants aged 18 years and 1 day to 21 years) OR original and a photocopy of Authenticated Affidavit of Parental Advice (for applicants aged 21 years and 1 day to 25 years). The Parental Consent or Advice should indicate the name of the fiancé/fiancee and should go through the following:

a. Notary Public
b. Regional Trial Court
c. DFA Manila, Authentication Division

If the parents are in the U.S., the affidavit has to be notarized in the U.S. if they are U.S. citizens and by the Consulate if they are Filipino.

4. Passport (original & photocopy of data page and last page)

5. Two (2) passport-size pictures

For Divorced Filipinos:

1. Passport

2. If divorced in the U.S. or another country: Report of Divorce issued by the Philippine Consulate/Embassy in the country where divorce took place. (original and a photocopy)

3. Birth Certificate in security paper issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) (original and a photocopy)

4. Two (2) passport-size pictures

For Filipinos whose marriage has been annulled:

1. Passport

2. Amended Marriage Contract (of the annulled marriage) in security paper by the National Statistics Office (NSO) (original and a photocopy)

3. Certificate of Finality of Decision and Court Order/Decision authenticated by the Authentication Division, DFA Manila (original and a photocopy)

4. Two (2) passport-size pictures

For Widowed Filipinos:

Note: For female applicant, under Philippine Law, after the death of the husband, she is required to wait 10 months and 1 day before she can apply for remarriage

1. Passport

2. Death Certificate of Previous Spouse

a. If spouse is a Filipino: Death Certificate of Previous Spouse in security paper issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO).
b. If spouse if an American: Death Certificate of Previous Spouse issued by the County.
c. If spouse is a Foreign National other than American: Death Certificate of the dead spouse from the latter's country of origin. The Death Certificate should be in English. (original and a photocopy)

3. If married in the Philippines: Marriage Contract with Previous Spouse in security paper issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO).

4. If married in the U.S. or another country: Report of Marriage issued by the Philippine Embassy/Consulate in the country where the marriage took place. (original and a photocopy)

5. Birth Certificate in security paper issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO). (original and a photocopy)

6. Two (2) passport-size pictures (with valid passport)

FEES:

Marriage License: US$25.00
Solemnization Fee: US$60.00

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) of the Republic of the Philippines has passed Resolution No. 2006-313 (amending Resolution No. 2004-235) to accommodate registration of newly registering professionals under exceptional circumstances.

This new resolution addresses the shortcomings of Resolution No. 2004-235 which calls for registering professionals to personally fill up all entries in the registry book, affix his/her signature and 1 x 1 picture with complete nametag on it, therefore making personal appearance to the Commission mandatory.

Recognizing the problems encountered by new registering professionals who have either left abroad immediately after examinations or before the results were released, the Commission now allows newly passed professionals to register through their authorized representatives. Following are the requirements and conditions:

1. The new registrants should fill up an Oath Form required by PRC and take his oath under the presence of an officer of the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where he/she is situated. The following are required:

a. Certificate from the PRC notifying the examinee that he/she passed the Board, indicating their scores (original and photocopy);
b. Panunumpa ng Propesyonal from PRC (original and photocopy); and,
c. $25.00 notarial fee

2. The registrant shall designate his/her representative in the Philippines and execute a Special Power of Attorney (SPA) preferably before the same officer of the Philippine Embassy or Consulate who administered his/her oath. Notarial fee: $25.00;

3. The SPA should expressly declare that his/her representative is fully authorized to accomplish, sign and execute documents, perform all acts necessary for his/her registration; and,

4. The registrant should come to PRC as soon as he/she arrives from overseas to personally sign the Registry Book of Professionals.

1. Import Permit from:

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel No: (632) 920-0816
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
www.da.gov.ph/wps/portal/bai

Note: The import permit may be filed by any party on behalf of the owner/importer, who has to provide details such as the kind, breed, age, etc; and pay the application fee. A copy of the import permit should be faxed or mailed to the owner/importer.

2. Health Certificate issued by a duly licensed veterinarian dated not more than 30 days before arrival in the Philippines. It should certify that the animal is free from, and has not been recently exposed to any dangerous communicable disease, and that it has been given ant-rabies and other required inoculations.

3. Endorsement of the Health Certificate by:

US Department of Agriculture
222 Kansas St.,
El Segundo, CA 90245
Tel No.: (310) 725-1970
Fee: $38.00
Monday to Friday: 7:30 am – 11:00 am
Processing Time: 15 – 30 minutes

4. Authentication of the Health Certificate by the Philippine Consulate General:

a. Original and One photocopy

b. Fee: $25.00 (We only accept cash and postal money order). Please add $6.00 for mailing fee if you would like us to mail back the documents to you through US Priority Mail, or please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope.

c. Processing Time: 2 working days. Please allow 3 days for mailing.

Below is a list of requirements for foreign media who would like to cover events or shoot in the Philippines:

1. List of Requirements for Documentary Filming Group

2. List of Requirements for New Reporters/ TV Crews/Photographers

3. International Press Center 2012 Accreditation Form