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I am petitioning my parents for immigrant visa and my birth certificate has been rejected. It is the same document I have been using for a job, school or international travel. My birth certificate is from NSO. Do I need to get one from Philippine Statistics Authority? I am not sure if my parents can get it for me since I am not in the Philippines. I do not know why my birth certificate was rejected. I hope someone can help me for information and what is needed. Thank you.


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Yes, get a new birth certificate.    My mother in law was gotten one for my asawa before.  You might be able to get it online.   Not sure if they are doing DHL shipping.

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/Philippines.html

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7 hours ago, Rlyn76 said:

I am petitioning my parents for immigrant visa and my birth certificate has been rejected. It is the same document I have been using for a job, school or international travel. My birth certificate is from NSO. Do I need to get one from Philippine Statistics Authority? I am not sure if my parents can get it for me since I am not in the Philippines. I do not know why my birth certificate was rejected. I hope someone can help me for information and what is needed. Thank you.

 

7 hours ago, Paul & Mary said:

Yes, get a new birth certificate.    My mother in law was gotten one for my asawa before.  You might be able to get it online.   Not sure if they are doing DHL shipping.

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/Philippines.html

I would assume that it shouldn't be the case but 'PSA' birth certificates etc are a money making machine! You need those for everything! Anyways, your parents can apply for you online, have several copies delivered to their place in the Philippines, and then have them mailed to you. Your family can apply for you since they're family. I had asked my sister once to do this for me and had them ready by the time I visited the Philippines. You can check for yourself when you try to apply online. Not specifically the birth certificate but I had mailed once from the Phils to the US using FEDEX at SM North EDSA. I'm not sure if they're still there. Any commercial courier will work though.

 

Your second option is if you apply yourself and have the birth certificate mailed overseas.  The PSA website states however that it takes 6-8 weeks for delivery. Way too long. Faster delivery is available though. Maybe you can try that.

 

https://www.psaserbilis.com.ph/Secure/Delivery.aspx

https://www.psaserbilis.com.ph/Secure/Files/PSASerbilis Special Courier Service.pdf

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