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How to Apply for UMID (Unified Multi-Purpose ID)?
Bring the needed requirements:
a.) Bring any of the primary valid ID's:
> PRC Card
> Seaman's book
> Driver's License
b.) If you have no ID's mentioned above, present at least two of any of the following supporting documents:
> valid NBI clearance
> school/company ID
> Postal ID
> Senior Citizen card
> Major credit card
> voter's id
> Savings account passbook
> Alien certificate of registration
> GSIS member's card
> Certification from the Office of Southern/Northern Cultural Communities/Office of Muslim Affairs
> TIN card
You don't need to bring personal id pictures because the participating agency will do the picture taking on the spot.
Go to any of the following Philippine Government agencies in order to apply or enroll for a UMID card:
You can apply a UMID card to any of these agencies.
The steps provided here is applying for a UMID card in SSS.
Get an SSS Form E-6 in the nearest SSS office and fill-out the form. For those who already have their SSS card, submit the SSS Form E-6 including your SSS card.
If you already secure SSS Form E-6 and the supporting documents, fall in line for the data capture such as:
Applying for an UMID Card is free of charge. So, apply to the nearest agency now!
Sample of UMID Cards:
In case your UMID card is lost, damaged or broken, you will pay a corresponding fee (P300 as of year 2013) for requesting a new card.
Claiming Your UMID Card
You can claim or receive your UMID card within 5 to 7 days after enrollment.
Accessing The Data of Your UMID Card
Data of your UMID card can be accessed in four (4) ways:
15 Common Data To Be Taken During Enrollment
Frequently Asked Questions
Is UMID the "national ID"?
Do you have any concern or problem applying for UMID card?
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