Wednesday, March 27, 2013

How To Apply For A Postal ID in Paranaque

I applied for a postal ID this morning and I got it within minutes! Read further on how to get a postal ID in Paranaque City Hall.

Paranaque Municipal Hall in San Antonio Valley, Paranaque.
If you don't have a Cedula, no problem. Their cedula or Residence Certificate section is just right across their postal office.

From the Cedula section, just look behind you and there's the Postal Office.

Postal ID Requirements
How to Apply For A Postal ID:
  1. Fill up 2 application forms to be given at the postal office.
  2. Submit the forms together with the supporting documents required  (Photocopies of any of the following: Barangay Clearance/Marriage Certificate/NBI Clearance/Birth Certificate). In my case, I brought my barangay clearance. They took the photocopy of it, but they still need to check the original first so please bring your original documents just to be sure.  Darn! If I knew I could just submit a birth certificate, I wouldn't have bothered to get a barangay clearance.
  3. Also submit 3 2x2 pictures. These pictures would be the ones to be used for the ID itself so make sure your pictures are nice. :)
  4. After submitting all the documents, pay the fee of Php350.00.
  5. You will be asked to wait until they call you. After 20 minutes, they called my name and asked me to check if the details written on the ID card is correct. If it is, you will be asked to sign the card. 
  6. Write your name in their log book once your card is issued.
  7.  Wait for your card to be laminated. 
That's it! Very easy. Validity of the card is good for 3 years!

NOTE: STAY AWAY FROM THEIR PHOTOCOPYING MACHINES! I ASKED THEM TO PHOTOCOPY MY POSTAL ID (10 COPIES) AND THE GIRL ASKED FOR PHP40.00!!! WHAT A RIP OFF!!!


I just saw this sign while walking towards the municipal hall. I just thought I'd share it. :)
If you have questions regarding the application for a postal ID, simply leave them at the comment section below.


UPDATES! 
According to my blog readers, the Paranaque Post Office has increased their ID processing fee from P350 to P600! Please take note, guys. 

Another reader also informed me that you need to bring Baranggay IDs as one of the processing requirements. I really don't know why, though, but I just wanted to give you, guys, a heads up.
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