NSO Death Certificate

Bonjour. Mabuhay.

Here’s a definition of a death certificate.

Kailangan yan sa mga claims ng benefits or insurance. Also for other things.

A Death Certificate from the National Statistics Office (NSO) is an official document setting forth particulars relating to a dead person, including the name of the individual, the date of birth and the date of death.

An NSO death certificate is a record issued by a government office like the National Statistics Office that declares the date and location of a person’s death.

When requesting for an NSO death certificate, the interested party shall provide the following information to facilitate verification and issuance of certification.

Death Certificate

  1. Complete name of the deceased person
  2. Date of death
  3. Place of death
  4. Complete name and address of the requesting party
  5. Number of copies needed
  6. For what purpose the certification shall be used

Source: http://www.census.gov.ph/data/civilreg/civapfaq.html

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5 thoughts on “NSO Death Certificate

  1. i need a death certificate of my brother in law who is a US citizen but died in the Philippines in 2003 Jan. i dont have the details of his birth. the wife died in the US this Jan 2017. Daughter needs for transfer of her dad’s car ownership to her name. how can i get a certified thru copy? can i get it thru online?

  2. secure medical or hospital certificate where your relatives died.
    You can use death certificate for claiming mutual fund if there’s any.

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