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How Get Postal ID in Philippines – Procedures, Fees Requirements

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Did you know that there is this service in for getting a postal ID in the Philippines and it’s called “pakisuyo”?

Through searching for relevant help tips on how to make processing of postal ID application fast, I found this Filipino service website that caters to different errands that a busy working Pinoy can avail at a minimal fee only. On the other hand, if you want to know about the regular process, you can always come over to the nearest Post Office in your area.

Different services of this website includes your regular government services related tasks and it’s just too good to be true that there are such businesses that allow busy people who have regular jobs during the day do tasks at a minimal price charge. Fees are quite acceptable as a fee as i checked the list of to do stuff that you can’t do due to attending more important unavoidable tasks and circumstances. is the name of the website and if you wanted to know the different services that they cater to, please just visit their website. Otherwise, see the list of services they allow for a free quote on how much you will be paying for a service errand you want their professional customer service personnel do for you at a designated time frame allowed. In a hurry? ipakisyo na!

postal idPinoy Errands Services Offered

  1. Local civil registrar and NSO annulment registration
  2. NSO late registration filing
  3. Birth certificate data error correction
  4. Marriage certificate data error correction
  5. Legitimation
  6. Consular office release of records follow up for marriage and birth abroad
  7. Annulment inquiry from Philippine annulment lawyers to inquiry
  8. PRC license renewal
  9. OFW NBI clearance
  10. Local civil registrar (LCR) and baptismal record procurement
  11. Gift delivery, pouch, buy and canvass
  12. DFA authentication and red ribbon of document
  13. Embassy legalization services
  14. Getting of LTO certification of driving experience history
  15. Renewal of driver’s license (also for OFW)
  16. DepEd authentication of Report Cards, Diploma, school records of High School students/graduates.
  17. Processing of business permits, registrations and licenses in different government institutions including filing of documents, processing benefits to  the Municipal/City government, Dept. of Trade and Industry, Bureau of Internal Revenue, Department of Labor and Employment, Social Security System, Pag Ibig, Philhealth, etc.
  18. Postal ID application

For the list of requirements in applying for a Philippine postal ID and fees to pay, they offer free quote together with a form designed to get your basic information, please see list of what you will need  to avail of their service below.

postal id requirementsPhilippine Postal ID Requirements

While you have 2 best choices for getting the postal ID application form, below is the list of required documents as listed from the philpost official website. The first option is to download it from the site and the second is to go visit in person, your nearest PhilPost office and get a copy of the form to fill up.

Please note that according to the Philippine Post Office, the new postal ID doesn’t not have to be picked up. PHLPost will deliver them to the applicants’?? addresses as stated in the application form.

Applicants are required to bring original and photocopies of two required documents, namely:

(1) birth certificate issued by the National Statistics Office or the local civil registrar; and (2) proof of address, which can be a barangay clearance or a utility bill showing the applicant’?s name and address.

Important Reminder: Married females must show their marriage certificate to validate their change of name, while minors need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian upon application.

How Much is the New Postal ID?

While as far as I can remember, the last time I applied, the old postal ID only costs Php 300 pesos and will take 3 days to 1 week to process, the new postal ID costs Php 370 plus 12% VAT anywhere from the list of post office branches in the country.

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