NSO has no record of your birth certificate?

If you requested for a copy of your birth certificate from the National Statistics Office (NSO), and all you got was a notice informing you that there is no record of your birth certificate, we can help.

An NSO birth certificate on security paper (SECPA) is one of the most important documents that everyone needs to have. Unfortunately, some of us have problems securing a copy from the NSO. There are a lot of possible reasons for this but fortunately, we can help.

What do I need to do?

Please answer the following questions correctly. This will help us determine how to best help you get a copy of your birth certificate from the NSO.

Do you have a Negative Intact issued by the NSO?

A Negative Intact is an official document from the NSO stating that they do not have any record of your birth.

Do you have a copy of your birth certificate from the Local Civil Registry (LCR) where you were born?

A copy may be an original, a certified true copy, or a photocopy.

Do you have a previously issued copy from the NSO?

Some people have previously issued copies from the NSO but when requesting for another copy, will get the Negative Intact notice.

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