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Hello Everyone,

I have a concern here about NBI clearances for anulled applicant. I went to the NBI yesterday and release my clearance . As i went through it, i have in doubt because they wrote down like this: AKA section, FATHER'S SURNAME, HUSBAND NAME, FIRST NAME.

I ask them to make me another one but it's under my AKA again: FATHER'S SURNAME de HUSBAND NAME, FIRST NAME y MIDDLE NAME.

Now i am confused because the NBI officer told me that i dont need to put an AKA since i dont have any other names.

I am confused now, I have realized that i should just have to apply for my Married Name Status since i have already my Single Name Status.

Please advice since i have few days more to go before my interview. Thank you so much.

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That's fine because your ex-husband's last name is there plus your birth name (which is also your maiden name).

The embassy just wants to see your current and previous names reflected on the NBI.

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NBI CLEARANCE (Green Form). Applicants aged 16 years and older must have a valid Record Clearance (for travel abroad purposes) from the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI). Clearances should be in the applicant’s current name, birth certificate name, maiden name and any aliases or nicknames used, including different spellings you have used of those names. An official letter of explanation from the NBI is required for any notation of "No criminal record" or "No pending case". For immigration purposes, an NBI clearance is valid for one (1) year from the date it was issued. The NBI website is http://www.nbi.gov.ph.

The correct format is: FIRST NAME, SURNAME Y MIDDLE NAME. The "y" or "nee" refers to the maiden name.
Another correct format could be LAST NAME, FIRST NAME Y MIDDLE NAME


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