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I went to the ecensus website again to apply for another NSO certified copy of my birth certificate.

The reason why I’m applying again for another one (since the first NSO birth certificate I had was used for my passport) is to apply for a loan in SSS. Because when I logged in to the website and tried to check my status since I’ve reached the minimum number of contributions (36 months), it gave me an error stating

* SS Number tagged as Temporary Number

I went to the SSS office and they told me that I needed to submit either my baptismal certificate or my birth certificate so that they will have a reference to change my current status.This is another hassle for me.

So here I am online again. I just wished I knew sooner. Somehow the price has increased. It’s now 315 pesos from 300 before. I went to the site, filled up the fields, printed out the form and paid the bank (Banco De Oro or  UnionBank. Now I’m waiting for the result. 3 business days again.


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soloflightEd.com is a travel blog by Edcel Suyo. He enjoys performing headstands and crazy stunts during his trips in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. Now based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and working to earn a living, he takes time to enjoy the city and travel during weekends.
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4 comments… add one
  • Ivan

    Hi Ed,

    How did you submit the copy of your Baptismal Certificate to SSS?

    Thanks!

    • Hi Ivan. I don’t remember as this was a long time ago. I think I did the application online and they only required the payment so long as you have already paid.

  • JV

    We’re you able to retain the same SSS Number? Or have they provided you with a new one?

    • hi JV, the SSS number is the same all throughout, once you applied, you will have the same number for life.

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