The birth of a Filipino should be reported to and registered with the Philippine Statistics Authority through the Embassy/Consulate General having jurisdiction over the locality where the event took place. The Report should be registered within 30 days from the date of birth of the child.
Additional requirements for delayed registration of Report of Birth
(For registration after 30 days from the date of birth of the child)
For cases of delayed registration of report of birth when both parents are already foreign nationals, the former Filipino parent/s must present the Certificate of his/her Naturalization.
The Consular Officer may require additional proof or documents from applicant to determine the child’s citizenship, identity, or eligibility for registration of birth under Philippine laws.
The marriage of a Filipino/s should be reported to and registered with the Philippine Statistics Authority through the Embassy/Consulate having jurisdiction over the locality where the marriage took place. The Report should be registered within 30 days from the date of marriage.
1.) Report of Marriage Form
a. Entries must be TYPEWRITTEN OR PRINTED LEGIBLY
b. Entries must be at the time of marriage
c. to be submitted in four (4) originals
2.) Marriage Contract/Certificate
a. You may submit either one of the following:
3.) Birth Certificate of Both Parties (four photocopies each)
a. For Filipino Citizens: Authenticated birth certificate issued by the NSO
b. For Foreign Nationals: Extract from Birth Registration, international version
4.) Passport of both parties used at the time of marriage (4 photocopies)
5.) Four (4) recent passport size photos of both parties
6) Report of Marriage fee - €22.50
For delayed registration of marriage (beyond 30 days after marriage)
- Joint Affidavit for Delayed Registration signed by the couple Click here to download affidavit format (Notarial fee - €22.50)
For divorced or annulled or legally separated Filipino spouse:
- Submit copy of Marriage contract from the NSO with proper annotation, and authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)
For widowed Filipino spouse:
- Submit DFA-authenticated Death Certificate issued by the NSO or foreign death certificate (international version) of previous spouse
For divorced, annulled or legally separated foreign spouse:
- Submit copy of foreign decree/decision with English translation
For widowed foreign spouse:
- Submit Death Certificate (international version) of previous spouse