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Step 1: Option 1- In-person application >> Secure an appointment via https://online.vfsglobal.com/PhilippinesAppointment

          Option 2 - Application by post/mail

Step 2: Prepare the documents for submission.

          Report of Birth form click here

          Report of Marriage form click here

          Report of Death form click here

          Affidavit of Delayed Registration of Birth form click here

          Affidavit of Delayed Registration of Marriage form click here

          Affidavit of Acknowledgement of Paternity form click here

          Affidavit of Consent to Use the Father’s Surname form click here

          Application for Marriage License form click here

          Sworn Attestation form click here

          Affidavit of Legitimation form click here

         

The Report of Birth/Marriage/Death must be submitted, in four (4) sets, with the documents arranged as follows:

  • Report of Birth (ROB)
  • Duly accomplished Report of Birth form (click here for sample)

Enclosures:

A. Photocopy of the British or Irish Birth Certificate

B. Affidavit of Delayed Registration of Birth (if applicable – report of birth filed more than 1 year from birth)

C. Affidavit of Acknowledgement of Paternity (if applicable – parents are unmarried)

D. Photocopy of the passport/s of the father (include recent Philippine passport, if applicable)

E. Photocopy of the RA 9225 documents of the father (if applicable) – i.e., the Identification Certificate, Order of Approval, and Oath of Allegiance issued during the oath-taking ceremony for reacquisition/retention of Philippine citizenship

F. Photocopy of the Naturalization Certificate of the father (if applicable)

G. Affidavit of Consent to Use the Father’s Surname (if applicable – parents are unmarried). This is accomplished by either the mother (if child is 0-6 years old) or the child (7-17 years old).

H. Sworn Attestation by the mother (if Affidavit of Consent to Use the Father’s Surname is executed by the child)

I. Photocopy of the passport/s of the mother (include recent Philippine passport, if applicable)

J. Photocopy of the RA 9225 documents of the mother (if applicable) – i.e., the Identification Certificate, Order of Approval, and Oath of Allegiance issued during the oath-taking ceremony for reacquisition/retention of Philippine citizenship

K. Photocopy of the Naturalization Certificate of the mother (if applicable)

L. Photocopy of the Philippine Statistics Authority-issued Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage of the parents (if applicable)

M. Joint Affidavit of Legitimation executed by the mother and father (if applicable – parents married each other after the child’s birth and there was no legal impediment to marry - CENOMAR)

*The processor may ask for the original documents to validate the copies submitted. The originals will be returned to the applicant.

  • Report of Marriage (ROM)
  • Duly accomplished Report of Marriage form (click here for sample)

Enclosures:

  • Photocopy of the British or Irish Marriage Certificate
  • Affidavit of Delayed Registration of Marriage (if applicable – report of marriage filed more than 1 year from marriage)
  • Photocopy of the passport/s of the husband (include recent Philippine passport, if applicable)
  • Photocopy of the RA 9225 documents of the husband (if applicable) – i.e., the Identification Certificate, Order of Approval, and Oath of Allegiance issued during the oath-taking ceremony for reacquisition/retention of Philippine citizenship
  • Photocopy of the Naturalization Certificate of the husband (if applicable)
  • Photocopy of the passport/s of the wife (include recent Philippine passport, if applicable)
  • Photocopy of the RA 9225 documents of the wife (if applicable) – i.e., the Identification Certificate, Order of Approval, and Oath of Allegiance issued during the oath-taking ceremony for reacquisition/retention of Philippine citizenship
  • Photocopy of the Naturalization Certificate of the wife (if applicable)
  • If the Filipino spouse is a widow/er:
  • Death Certificate of deceased spouse – (Philippine Statistics Authority-issued death certificate, if deceased spouse was Filipino)
  • Marriage Certificate with deceased spouse - (Philippine Statistics Authority-issued marriage certificate, if applicable)
  • Philippine Statistics Authority-issued Birth Certificate of the applicant
  • If the Filipino spouse had a previous marriage that was annulled or declared void, or had a foreign divorce:
  • Philippine Statistics Authority-issued Marriage Certificate, with annotation on the dissolution of marriage by way of recognition of foreign divorce decree, annulment or declaration of nullity of marriage

*The processor may ask for the original documents to validate the copies submitted. The originals will be returned to the applicant.

 

  • Report of Death (ROD)

 

  • Duly accomplished Report of Death form

Enclosures:

  • Photocopy of the British or Irish Death Certificate
  • Photocopy of the Passport of the deceased (include recent Philippine passport, if applicable)

*The processor may ask for the original documents to validate the copies submitted. The originals will be returned to the applicant.

Consular Mortuary Certificate (CMC) for shipment of c/remains

 

  • Death Certificate or in its absence, a Coroner’s Certificate of the Fact of Death, original and 1 copy
  • Embalming Certificate issued by the funeral parlor (for whole remains) or Cremation Certificate (for cremains), original and 1 copy
  • Certificate that the c/remains have been properly placed in a hermetically sealed container or casket by the Funeral Director, original and 1 copy
  • Certificate of No Infectious Disease/s from the health authority of the country of origin, original and 1 copy
  • Removal Certificate issued by the Coroner or its equivalent (for whole remains) or Certificate from the Crematorium or declaration from the Funeral Director that the urn contains only the ashes of the deceased (for cremains), original and 1 copy. It must contain the flight details and the consignee’s address.
  • Passport of the deceased, 2 copies
  • Passport of the authorized person who will be carrying the urn (for cremains), 2 copies

Step 3: In-person application >> Appear in person on the date and time of your appointment. Submit complete documents. Submit a self-addressed, stamped, and prepaid registered mailing envelope, with tracking number.

Application by post/mail >> the Report of Birth/Marriage/Death Form must be notarized by a Notary Public, accredited by either the British or Irish government, as may be applicable, and with a valid and current commission. Submit the complete documents, by mail, to the Consular Section (Attention: Civil Registry Section), Philippine Embassy, 6 Suffolk Street, London, SW1Y 4HG. Include a self-addressed, stamped, and prepaid registered mailing envelope, with tracking number, and a postal money order (UK residents) or bank draft (Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey, and Jersey residents), payable to the Philippine Embassy London.

Step 4: In-person application >> Pay the fee at the cashier, by card or contactless.

 

  • ROB/ROM/ROD/CMC - £23.00
  • Affidavit of Delayed Registration - £23.00
  • Affidavit of Acknowledgement of Paternity - £23.00
  • Affidavit of Consent to Use the Father’s Surname - £23.00
  • Application for Marriage License - £23.00
  • Sworn Attestation - £23.00
  • Affidavit of Legitimation - £23.00
  • Certificate of Registration for child of unmarried parents - £23.00

Important reminders:

  • The documents will be released by the Embassy within 3-5 days from submission, excluding mailing.
  • Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-issued documents bear the seal of the PSA (click here for sample)
  • Include the contact details of the applicant (email, mobile number, landline number) in the application, for ease in coordination.
  • The documents will be transmitted by the Embassy to the Office of Consular Affairs, Department of Foreign Affairs in Manila, for onward transmittal to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). Applicants may inquire about the transmittal details of their application to the PSA, 3-4 months after filing.
  • For queries or clarifications on civil registration, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Application for Marriage License and Solemnization of Marriage

Step 1: Secure an appointment via https://online.vfsglobal.com/PhilippinesAppointment

 under the Civil Registry category

Step 2: Prepare the documents for submission.

          Application for Marriage License form click here

         Affidavit of Parental Consent form click here

         Affidavit of Parental Advice form click here

  • Marriage License Forms accomplished separately by the parties, 4 copies
  • Valid Philippine passports of each party, original and 4 copies
  • Duly apostilled Philippine Statistics Authority-issued Birth Certificates of each party, original and 4 copies
  • Five (5) coloured photos of each party, 4.5 x 3.5
  • If single > Duly apostilled Philippine Statistics Authority-issued Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) of each party, issued within the last 6 months, original and 4 copies
  • If widow/er > Philippine Statistics Authority-issued Death Certificate of the deceased spouse, original and 4 copies, and Marriage Certificate with the deceased spouse, original and 4 copies
  • If previous marriage was annulled, declared void, or in case of foreign divorce > Philippine Statistics Authority-issued Marriage Certificate with annotation on the dissolution of the previous marriage, original and 4 copies
  • If contracting parties are 18-20 years old > Parental Consent and Certificate of having undergone Marriage Counselling
  • If contracting parties are 21-25 years old > Parental Advice

*The parental consent or parental advice shall be executed by the parent/s or the appointed guardian.

Step 3:  Appear in person on the date and time of your appointment to file the marriage license. Submit complete documents.

Step 4: Book the date for the solemnization of marriage, which is after the two-week posting of the marriage license at the Embassy. Submit the names of the two (2) witnesses.

Step 5: Pay the fee at the cashier (£216.00), by card or contactless.

Step 6: Appear in person on the date and time of the marriage ceremony, with the witnesses.

Step 7: After the exchange of vows and declaration of marriage, sign the marriage certificates.

Important reminders:

  • Marriage solemnized at the Embassy is for Filipinos only. The marriage, pending release of the PSA marriage certificate, may not be recognized by the UK government. If this is a concern, the parties may opt to get married in the UK and subsequently, register the marriage at the Embassy.
  • Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-issued documents bear the seal of the PSA (click here for sample)
  • The PSA birth certificate and CENOMAR are apostilled at the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs. The Embassy is not authorized to apostille documents.
  • The parties and witnesses are advised to be punctual on the date and time set for their marriage ceremony.
  • Social distancing and other safety measures will be implemented during the marriage ceremony.
  • For queries or clarifications on marriage license and solemnization of marriage, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Petition for Correction of Clerical Error

 

Step 1: Secure an appointment via https://online.vfsglobal.com/PhilippinesAppointment

 under the Civil Registry category

Step 2: Prepare the documents for submission.

 

          RA 9048 Petition for Change of Entry of Birth Certificate click here

          RA 9048 Petition for Change of Entry of Marriage Certificate click here

         RA 9048 Petition for Change of Entry of Death Certificate click here

  • Four (4) original Petitions
  • Duly Apostilled Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-issued Birth Certificate or Marriage Certificate or Death Certificate, as the case may be, original and 4 copies
  • At least two (2) public or private documents showing the current enry/ies, upon which the correction shall be based, original and 4 copies (this may include baptismal certificate, voter’s affidavit, employment record, GSIS/SSS/Pag-ibig/Philhealth record, medical record, school record, business record, POEA/OWWA/seafarers record, driver’s license, insurance, land titles, certificate of land transfer, tax records, bank records, NBI/police or other clearances, civil registry record of ascendants, and/or other similar documents)
  • In case of change of first name or nickname:
  • Duly Apostilled Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-issued Birth or Marriage Certificate to be corrected
  • A clearance or certification that the owner of the document has no pending administrative, civil or criminal case, or no criminal record, as follows:
  • NBI clearance;
  • Police clearance;
  • Employer clearance, if employed; and
  • Affidavit of publication from the publisher and a copy of the published clipping.

 

Step 3:  Appear in person on the date and time of your appointment to file the Petition. Submit complete documents.

Step 4: Pay the fee at the cashier (£46.00), by card or contactless.

 

Important reminders:

  • Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-issued documents bear the seal of the PSA (click here for sample)
  • The PSA birth, marriage, and death certificates are apostilled at the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs. The Embassy is not authorized to apostille documents.
  • The Petition may be filed by a person, at least 18 years old, and must have direct and personal interest in the correction of the clerical error or change of first name, including the owner of the record; or the spouse, children, parents, siblings, grandparents, guardian, or any other person duly authorized by law or by the owner of the record.
  • Only the following clerical error may be corrected:
  • Misspelled name, place of birth, or other entry, which can be corrected or changed only by reference to other existing records
  • Day and/or month in the date of birth
  • Sex, provided that the correction is not a result of sex reassignment surgery and the petitioner is still alive
  • The Embassy reserves the right to require additional supporting documents.
  • For queries or clarifications, email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..