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Correct Address Format for the Philippines

#1 quartercloud

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Posted 28 June 2011 - 03:02 PM

Can anyone give me the correct format for writing a residental postal address in the Philippines? I have looked online, and asked 3 different friends (all recently from the Philippines), and received different answers from all. At the very least, can someone tell me where to put the zip code; in front of the city name or behind it? Also, I have heard and read conflicting information about whether or not the Baranguay # is ncessary. It seems that the sub-division is a part of the address too. Help me please. Is there a former Philippines postal worker in the house?

The following (not the real address information) is the best example that I have so far. Can anyone tell me how to correctly format this address or verify that it is ok as is?


Name
7500 Nangka Street, PHHC Camarin Area D
Brgy. 178
Caloocan City, Metro Manila, 1422
Philippines


Thanking you in advance.
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#2 Kathryn41

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Posted 28 June 2011 - 08:40 PM

Topic has been moved from Off Topic discussion to the Philippines Regional Forum as a more appropriate location to obtain the requested information
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#3 Markieboy

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Posted 28 June 2011 - 09:10 PM

Can anyone give me the correct format for writing a residental postal address in the Philippines? I have looked online, and asked 3 different friends (all recently from the Philippines), and received different answers from all. At the very least, can someone tell me where to put the zip code; in front of the city name or behind it? Also, I have heard and read conflicting information about whether or not the Baranguay # is ncessary. It seems that the sub-division is a part of the address too. Help me please. Is there a former Philippines postal worker in the house?

The following (not the real address information) is the best example that I have so far. Can anyone tell me how to correctly format this address or verify that it is ok as is?


Name
7500 Nangka Street, PHHC Camarin Area D
Brgy. 178
Caloocan City, Metro Manila, 1422
Philippines


Thanking you in advance.

Your format is fine. I usually place the zip code after the country.

Name
Street number
Baranggay
City/Town, Province, Philippines
Zip code


This is how I address packages sent to and from the Philippines. I'm sure others have used other formats with no problems.
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#4 Mar_Wil

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 12:43 AM

The way you have it listed is the way my wife had my family send mail to her (and me) during the 3 years I was in the Philippines.
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#5 quartercloud

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 07:25 AM

The way you have it listed is the way my wife had my family send mail to her (and me) during the 3 years I was in the Philippines.

Thanks for that.
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#6 Steve&Fe

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 07:31 AM

Can anyone give me the correct format for writing a residental postal address in the Philippines? I have looked online, and asked 3 different friends (all recently from the Philippines), and received different answers from all. At the very least, can someone tell me where to put the zip code; in front of the city name or behind it? Also, I have heard and read conflicting information about whether or not the Baranguay # is ncessary. It seems that the sub-division is a part of the address too. Help me please. Is there a former Philippines postal worker in the house?

The following (not the real address information) is the best example that I have so far. Can anyone tell me how to correctly format this address or verify that it is ok as is?


Name
7500 Nangka Street, PHHC Camarin Area D
Brgy. 178
Caloocan City, Metro Manila, 1422
Philippines


Thanking you in advance.


here's the link
http://en.wikipedia....the_Philippines (just scroll down...)

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DCF-Manila

10/02/2008 ---- Met
06/04/2010 ---- Married
04/26/2011 ---- Filed I-130
06/03/2011 ---- I-130 approved, notify by e-mail from (DHS/USCIS)
06/13/2011 ---- Received e-mail from Manila IV Correspondence
06/15/2011 ---- Received letter from DHS/USCIS (NOA)
06/28/2011 ---- Sent (fax) the DS-230I & DS-2001
07/05/2011 ---- Schedule for interview date (online)
07/11-12/2011--Medical PASSED
08/01/2011 ---- Interview -
(done @9:00am) APPROVED
08/01/2011 ---- CFO (1:30pm)
08/05/2011 ---- VISA IN HAND (4days after interview)
08/12/2011 ---- Flight...
08/12/2011 ---- POE Seattle, WA (arrived @ 8pm)


#7 rhenzhen

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 07:32 AM

The zip code should be next to State/City, not after the Country...
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05/08/2010: Married
03/18/2011: I-130 Sent
03/21/2011: NOA1 noticed date
05/27/2011: NOA2 noticed date
06/28/2011: NVC finally received our case!
06/30/2011: Case number received!
07/01/2011: Received DS-3032 from NVC
07/04/2011: Wifey e-mailed DS-3032 form to NVC
07/06/2011: Paid AOS bill
07/09/2011: DS-3032 received/processed by NVC
07/11/2011: IV bill received :
07/22/2011: IV bill paid
07/25/2011: AOS/I-864 packet mailed
07/27/2011: AOS/I-864 packet delivered to NVC
08/02/2011: DS-230 packet mailed to NVC
08/03/2011: DS-230 packet delivered to NVC
08/08/2011: Medical Exam Taken
08/09/2011: Medical Results: PASSED! Yehey!

08/10/2011: Case Completed / Sign In Failed

08/12/2011: Interview date assigned : September 19, 8:30am @ USEM... Yay!
09/19/2011: WIFE'S VISA APPROVED!!!
Thank YOU Lord!
09/23/2011: Wife picked up her VISA..
10/24/2011: POE: J.F.K.-NY

 

ROC

08/26/2013: i-751 mailed

08/28/2013: i-751 received per USPS tracking...

08/29/2013: NOA receipt date

10/04/2013: Biometrics appointment 


#8 quartercloud

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 10:50 AM

here's the link
http://en.wikipedia....the_Philippines (just scroll down...)

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Thank you very much.
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