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I want to know how much it costs

Can someone clearly state what is needed to get your postal id besides your marriage certificate?(so you can change your name)

And how much does it cost to change your passport? because you changed your name

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I want to know how much it costs

Can someone clearly state what is needed to get your postal id besides your marriage certificate?(so you can change your name)

And how much does it cost to change your passport? because you changed your name

The postal iD needs 2x2 photo with white background 3pcs and BC and MC.. It cost 350 php..

im not sure with the passport.

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I want to know how much it costs

Can someone clearly state what is needed to get your postal id besides your marriage certificate?(so you can change your name)

And how much does it cost to change your passport? because you changed your name

Requirements of postal id: barangay clearance, 2 passport picture, marriage certificate and P250.00

Requirements for passport: original marriage certificate, birth certificate, old passport, if previously married- annulment decree, previous marriage certificate duly annotated and P900 for E-passport - regular processing; additional P300 for expedite.

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Requirements of postal id: barangay clearance, 2 passport picture, marriage certificate and P250.00

Requirements for passport: original marriage certificate, birth certificate, old passport, if previously married- annulment decree, previous marriage certificate duly annotated and P900 for E-passport - regular processing; additional P300 for expedite.

she needs her mc,bc, and 2 or 3 2x2 pics like a passport? is it 2 or 3? somebody said 4 before

i dont know what a barangay clearance is

Are the pics the exact same thing as a passport style picture like u get for the I-130 package?

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A Barangay Clearance is like a local police clearance, it states that there are no complaints against you at the Neighborhood (Barangay) court level.

All of the Photo Shops in the area know how to provide the 1 x 1 & 2 x 2 pics that you'll need for anything in the Philippines (even to open a bank account).

BTW, Postal ID is pretty much useless now as they are so easily forged, might be better if you say what you're looking to accomplish and see what ID you'll need. For example to get a first time issue passport she will most likely need "old" ID in addition to the standard IDs and DFA is one of the organizations who don't accept postal ID.

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Requirements of postal id: barangay clearance, 2 passport picture, marriage certificate and P250.00

Requirements for passport: original marriage certificate, birth certificate, old passport, if previously married- annulment decree, previous marriage certificate duly annotated and P900 for E-passport - regular processing; additional P300 for expedite.

she needs her mc,bc, and 2 or 3 2x2 pics like a passport? is it 2 or 3? somebody said 4 before

i dont know what a barangay clearance is

Are the pics the exact same thing as a passport style picture like u get for the I-130 package?

again bcoz it is depend on the location where she will get her postal i.d... different location have different fee (250, 350, 180,etc..) but usually the req. in getting postal i.d are barangay clearance, police clearance and passport size pic. (phil.)

tell to ur wife to get it in her barangay the fee on this again depends on the location, here in my place it only cost 50 pesos... req. i.d, atleast 1 valid id and cedula..


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A Barangay Clearance is like a local police clearance, it states that there are no complaints against you at the Neighborhood (Barangay) court level.

All of the Photo Shops in the area know how to provide the 1 x 1 & 2 x 2 pics that you'll need for anything in the Philippines (even to open a bank account).

BTW, Postal ID is pretty much useless now as they are so easily forged, might be better if you say what you're looking to accomplish and see what ID you'll need. For example to get a first time issue passport she will most likely need "old" ID in addition to the standard IDs and DFA is one of the organizations who don't accept postal ID.-right bcoz i experienced it when i got my passport from DFA main last year what they asked me are old i.ds and my year book, :lol::P imagine that!!!


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i think her old id was from pateros, and she recently moved in the last month from pateros to cavite, but i think she is going to go to the one in pateros with her old id, i didnt ask her about the barangay clearance though...but how many pics does she need to show?

Does it matter that shes going to get her postal id in a place she no longer lives? or does she need to go to the place near her current address even though her old id is from another address?

she has a passport she just needs a new one after she receives her new id.

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Why wouldn't she get ID that is for her current address?

Honestly the Postal ID is practically useless anymore. My wife got the NBI ID Card once places stopped accepting the Postal ID.

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i think her old id was from pateros, and she recently moved in the last month from pateros to cavite, but i think she is going to go to the one in pateros with her old id, i didnt ask her about the barangay clearance though...but how many pics does she need to show?

Does it matter that shes going to get her postal id in a place she no longer lives? or does she need to go to the place near her current address even though her old id is from another address?

she has a passport she just needs a new one after she receives her new id.

i just got my new passport last month(old one changed to married name). if she has an old passport she does not need an id anymore..just mc,passport pic,750 php and the old passport...

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I think they are correct i forget where but i presented my postal ID and they asked for another one so i gave all my ID's SSS,voter's even old school ID's....I got my daughter's passport last jan,i paid Php750!

BTW,did you asked your wife already about the prices of this???Did she make way to know all the prices of this???I just notice that your 2 post have something to do with money matter. :yes:


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Why wouldn't she get ID that is for her current address?

Honestly the Postal ID is practically useless anymore. My wife got the NBI ID Card once places stopped accepting the Postal ID. :thumbs::thumbs:

Most acceptable IDs in the Phils are digitized IDs. Postal ID is not one of those.

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