I dropped by the eCensus website so I can apply for an NSO-certified birth certificate. I followed the steps, went to the nearest Banco de Oro bank and paid the fee (300 pesos), and I’m waiting this week to get it.
By then, I’ll be a step closer to getting a passport. I don’t know why I didn’t want to get one in the first place. Maybe because I’ve always thought that I wouldn’t get out of the country until I can get a degree. But then again, things change; so do perspective.
I then realized that this will be for something I can benefit in the long run. Even if I don’t have any plans going out of the country yet, at least I’m prepared. I just hope everything turns out smoothly as you know how tedious it is to update your records in the government.
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6 thoughts on “NSO”
wazzup with NSo ba lately? got so many friends going there. hehe wala lang…
ever since they hyped it up rols. hehe. i just need to be ready as well. hehe.
bitaw, best be prepared. at least now, you’ve got a passport to add to your “valid” IDs when you transact business with agencies or organizations. =)
lourie: don’t have a passport yet. haha. but hopefully, soon. =)
aw hehe! sayop. but yeah, soon. =)
many step pa mag kuha birth damu gid daw matakan lANG KO