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NSO Case Lawyers: How to Correct Wrong Spelling Typographical Clerical Error NSO Records
Have you been having problems in wrong spelling of your name with your NSO birth certificate and other NSO documents? Are you looking on how to correct clerical or typographical errors of your birth certificate, marriage certificate, CENOMAR and other NSO documents? If this is your case, you might just need the services of a NSO lawyer. They are the ones who knows how to deal with the corrections of these types of problems so you could get your document right.
According to the NSO website, here is what you should do with this case on hand for your records:
“Your case requires special handling, and the proper correction procedure involves the filing of an application for a Supplemental Report at the Local Civil Registry Office (LCRO) where your birth was registered. For more details, please refer to Question No. 2 under the COURT DECREES AND LEGAL INSTRUMENTS (CDLIs)/RA 9048/RA 9255 portion of the e-Census FAQ”
Question No. 2 States That:
“In order to supply the missing entry in your birth record, you have to file an application for a Supplemental Report at the Local Civil Registry Office (LCRO), where your birth was registered. You may have to bring supporting documents, e.g., baptismal certificate, school records, etc., as these may be required in filing the application for supplemental report. The LCRO will then be submitting a copy of the Supplemental Report to NSO, along with the civil registry documents they regularly transmit to the agency.
This procedure also applies for birth records with “Baby Boy” or “Baby Girl” written as the first name for births that occurred until 1992. For the years thereafter, 1993 to the current year, correction must be done through RA 9048 (Clerical Error Law).“
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