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I got an nbi clearance indicated my surname and not my husband surname , in my passport also i didnt change my surname. Mention also in nbi “single” Im in nvc stage now and i submitted all my civil document and police clearance.anyone knows if it is okay? or i need to get new nbi clearance indicated my husband surname? All documents ive submitted is under my surname anyway. Please anyone can help me to know if it is okay and carry it also in my interview.

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It depends on dates on those said documents. If it’s before the date on your marriage certificate then it’s fine, cause logically you are single at that time. 
 

if it’s after the marriage certificate date of marriage, then it may be brought up. Depends on the CO reviewing the case.


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4 minutes ago, Sherbot said:

My police clearance is wrong spelling of my name, what will i do😭??? 

Get it corrected.


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On 1/30/2020 at 6:45 AM, SorrowL said:

It depends on dates on those said documents. If it’s before the date on your marriage certificate then it’s fine, cause logically you are single at that time. 
 

if it’s after the marriage certificate date of marriage, then it may be brought up. Depends on the CO reviewing the case.

But some of my police clearance same uae , qatar, jordan they are not mentioning in the pcc if u are married or single. Is it okay? Only nbi for the philippines mentioning u are married and single.

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On 1/29/2020 at 9:45 PM, SorrowL said:

It depends on dates on those said documents. If it’s before the date on your marriage certificate then it’s fine, cause logically you are single at that time. 
 

if it’s after the marriage certificate date of marriage, then it may be brought up. Depends on the CO reviewing the case.

This process takes so long and the Police Clearance comes towards the end of the process, that one would not obtain the police report BEFORE marriage. It needs to be current.  Philippine law requires a married woman to take her husband's name.  It should be changed in the passport and NBI report in both names, unless you're planning to buck the system and keep your maiden name even after immigrating.


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26 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

This process takes so long and the Police Clearance comes towards the end of the process, that one would not obtain the police report BEFORE marriage. It needs to be current.  Philippine law requires a married woman to take her husband's name.  It should be changed in the passport and NBI report in both names, unless you're planning to buck the system and keep your maiden name even after immigrating.

Sounds like they’ve got some wild requirements! 


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Just now, SorrowL said:

Sounds like they’ve got some wild requirements! 

Philippine laws essentially came from the Catholic Church traditions during the few hundred years it was a Spanish Colony.


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36 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Philippine laws essentially came from the Catholic Church traditions during the few hundred years it was a Spanish Colony.

Is that the reason there is no divorce there?


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Just now, missileman said:

Is that the reason there is no divorce there?

Yes


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3 hours ago, pushbrk said:

This process takes so long and the Police Clearance comes towards the end of the process, that one would not obtain the police report BEFORE marriage. It needs to be current.  Philippine law requires a married woman to take her husband's name.  It should be changed in the passport and NBI report in both names, unless you're planning to buck the system and keep your maiden name even after immigrating.

 I will not have interview in philippines , i will have an interview abroad.is it okay

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Just now, Sherbot said:

 I will not have interview in philippines , i will have an interview abroad.is it okay

That's not enough information.  Did you marry in the Philippines?  If not, where, and when did you stop living in the Philippines?


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1 minute ago, pushbrk said:

That's not enough information.  Did you marry in the Philippines?  If not, where, and when did you stop living in the Philippines?

Yes i marry in the philippines and im living in doha qatar.

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57 minutes ago, Sherbot said:

Yes i marry in the philippines and im living in doha qatar.

....And...when did you stop living in the Philippines?  When did you marry?


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