How to start your government ID collection
They don't teach you this at school
Feb 26, 2018
As a fresh graduate back in 2016, one of my immediate realizations was that I needed a new valid ID. But I didn’t really know where to start. Filing for government documents seemed intimidating.
Now, there’s a Facebook page called Crap About Filipinos that laid out the step-by-step to get these valid IDs. If only I knew about them back then.
Medyo minadali, so medyo half-assed tignan, pero it's simple enough to understand naman na siguro, right? You'd need:…
In the post, they also enumerated the documents you need to acquire to get your IDs, where to get said documents and the cost for each one. Check out the six-step process below.
Step 1: Cedula and Barangay Clearance
Step 2: Postal ID
Step 3: National Bureau of Investigation Clearance
Step 4: Bureau of Internal Revenue – Taxpayer Identification Number ID
Step 5: Unified Multi-Purpose ID
Step 6: Professional Regulation Commission ID
According to the post, everything should cost you about P1,821 in total and take an estimate of six months to accomplish. Are you all set?
Photos courtesy of Facebook.com and Unsplash.com
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