Are you familiar with "NO ID, NO ENTRY' signs? Did you experience refusal from a Money Changer or from a "Kwarta Padala" institutions when you want to receive money from someone but you have no valid ID. Whether your a student, an employee, or an average Pinoy, a valid ID (valid Identification Card) is always required when transacting business, accessing public/private institutions or opening bank accounts. So here's a list of the Top 30 Valid ID's required in the Philippines.
(Picture) Sample Valid ID's Required in the Philippines
Top 30 Valid ID's Required in the Philippines (in Table Format)
National Statistics Office (NSO) Birth Certificate
Marriage Certificate (NSO Authenticated)
National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance
Senior Citizen's ID Card
PhilHealth Identification Card (PIC)
Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR I-Card)
Permit to Carry Firearms
Student's ID or School ID
Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) ID
Home Development Mutual Fund (HMDF) or PAG-IBIG ID
Philippine Overseas Employment Association (POEA) ID
Certification from the National Council for the Welfare of Disabled Persons (NCWDP)
PRA Special Resident Retiree Visa (SRRV) ID
Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) ID
Overseas Worker's Welfare Administration (OWWA) ID
Unified Multi-Purpose ID (UMID)
These valid ID's are in compliance with the Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas (BSP), circular 564. Clients who engage in a financial transaction with the covered institutions for the first time shall be required to present the original and submit a copy of at least two valid photo-bearing identification documents issued and signed by an official authority.
So, be sure to bring at least 2 valid ID's when transacting business here in the Philippines.
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I have noticed that you used my ID in this site without my permission. This is unauthorized used. Could you please be careful is using other persons identity as sample in your site for security reasons of the right owner of those IDs. You should be using dummy samples. I have reported this as well to SSS office.
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I don't have any valid ID. I graduated high school last 2008.
I just want to get my NSO Birth Certificate for school, passport and other legals documents. My parents were missing in action since then. I don't know what to do. I can't even enroll in university for college coz they need my birth certificate. Can you please help me?
Hello po tanong Lang po ano po pwedi gamitin para sa flight ko sa davao naka book na po kasi ako.Ngaun August 16,2015 po yong Ali's ko. Kaso Lang wala ako Id voters certification Lang ang mayroon ako. Valid po ba ang voters certification ? Please kailangan ko nang information? Ano pa ang dapat konin para Lang may valid id ako.
Do i really need to transfer registered voting province in order to get brgy. clearance? Im living here for almost 2 yrs now but i didnt trnsfer here yet. I tried to get brgy clearance awhile ago but they are requiring me to transfer first.
In applying for a passport, can i atleast provide only nbi clearance,barangay clearance and b-certificate as a valid ID? I don't think my school id is valid anymore because I already graduated but in my school id indicates that the validity year is 2012-2015 so it is a bit confusing... please help...
What types of ID will Philippine Airlines accept for a Philippine citizen traveling within the Philippines? Thank you PS: I have looked at Philippine Airlines website and no answer there. Will send them an iquiry if no answer her.
aileen paparro, marriage certificate is considered a valid id but it doesn't bear a photo of the holder/owner. You need a photo-bearing ID for check encashment. Examples of photo-bearing IDs are driver's license, postal id, company/office ID, school ID, passport, etc.