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I have a bit of a problem with the Report of Birth Abroad to Filipino Parent/s. We are currently living in California, USA. I am a filipino citizen while my husband is US Citizen. We have a daughter born in 2012 and by 2013 (November 15, 2013 specifically) we're able to report her birth abroad at PCG Los Angeles. My daughter was born in April1, 2012 however, just today, i found out, through the help of PCG Los Angeles personel when I was applying for Philippine Passport for her, that the date in the report form is APRIL 01, 2010. I feel the burden and blame greatly myself for not checking the information I submitted which was also dully signed and checked by PCG LA personel.

After finding out about the error, i was advised to go to the Civil Registrar window and after coming back several times for answer, I was given a thick document and was asked to read the instructions for problem solution. But while I was reading, I realized everything was mostly about correction/amendment of error in BIRTH CERTIFICATE. I have no problem with my daughter's birth certificate but with the report of birth form I submitted.

I was actually tempted to just submit another form of Report of Birth (as informally advised by a lawyer brother -in-law), with the correct information. But i am afraid it might cause big problem in the future.

Advise is greatly apreciated. We are going to Philippines this October, if advise includes visiting PSA (NSO) personally, please let me know so I can plan ahead.

I am hoping for answer. Thank you so much.

P.S.: My daughter is also a US passport holder too.

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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Good Day!

I have a bit of a problem with the Report of Birth Abroad to Filipino Parent/s. We are currently living in California, USA. I am a filipino citizen while my husband is US Citizen. We have a daughter born in 2012 and by 2013 (November 15, 2013 specifically) we're able to report her birth abroad at PCG Los Angeles. My daughter was born in April1, 2012 however, just today, i found out, through the help of PCG Los Angeles personel when I was applying for Philippine Passport for her, that the date in the report form is APRIL 01, 2010. I feel the burden and blame greatly myself for not checking the information I submitted which was also dully signed and checked by PCG LA personel.

After finding out about the error, i was advised to go to the Civil Registrar window and after coming back several times for answer, I was given a thick document and was asked to read the instructions for problem solution. But while I was reading, I realized everything was mostly about correction/amendment of error in BIRTH CERTIFICATE. I have no problem with my daughter's birth certificate but with the report of birth form I submitted.

I was actually tempted to just submit another form of Report of Birth (as informally advised by a lawyer brother -in-law), with the correct information. But i am afraid it might cause big problem in the future.

Advise is greatly apreciated. We are going to Philippines this October, if advise includes visiting PSA (NSO) personally, please let me know so I can plan ahead.

I am hoping for answer. Thank you so much.

P.S.: My daughter is also a US passport holder too.

Since your daughter is also a USC then you have plenty of time to correct the error and it will not hinder your plans to travel back to the Philippines.

When you are in the Philippines it would be better for you to visit your nearest PSA office and begin to correct her information. You will have better luck in front of someone in the phil and not back and forth with your contacts in the US.

Be sure to bring all your documents. Good luck.

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