All You Need to Know About Correcting Errors in Your PSA Marriage Certificate

If you have been wondering how to correct or repair the errors in your PSA marriage certificate, you have come to the right place. In today’s blog, we are going to present a summary of the solutions to your frequently asked questions about problems on marriage certificates such as blurred and unreadable entries, getting aContinue reading “All You Need to Know About Correcting Errors in Your PSA Marriage Certificate”

How to Correct an Error in the First Name of the Deceased in a PSA Death Certificate

No public document is ever immune or exempted from errors and oversights. These documents are filled out manually and are handed over from one section or division to another and along the way, someone is bound to overlook or misspell something. How do you rectify incorrect entries in a PSA death certificate? Read on. TheContinue reading “How to Correct an Error in the First Name of the Deceased in a PSA Death Certificate”

Get Your PSA Birth Certificate at PSAHelpline.ph

As I write this, there are 10,016 new active cases of COVID-19 nationwide. That’s 10,016 reasons to stay at home and limit our movements to only to the most essential and urgent. Minors, seniors, and those with underlying health conditions (diabetes, weak lungs, asthma, history of stroke, and the like) must stay at home.  AndContinue reading “Get Your PSA Birth Certificate at PSAHelpline.ph”

2 Ways to Get a Copy of Your CENOMAR (Certificate of No Marriage)

A CENOMARor Certificate of No Marriage is a primary documentary requirement for those who are planning to get married.  It serves as proof that you or your would-be spouse is legally single – never contracted marriage or a previous marriage has been annulled.  It basically tells you if you are free to marry another person.Continue reading “2 Ways to Get a Copy of Your CENOMAR (Certificate of No Marriage)”

Licensure Exams for Pharmacists: List of Requirements and Schedules

The online processing of applications for the Licensure Exams for Pharmacists will begin on January 24, 2020.  For your reference, below are the requirements for application: PSA Birth Certificate of applicant PSA Marriage Contract of married female applicants Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records with a scanned photo and remarks For Board Examination Purposes.Continue reading “Licensure Exams for Pharmacists: List of Requirements and Schedules”

How Will You Benefit From The Universal Health Care Law?

Last week, the President signed into law the bill that intends to automatically enroll every Filipino in the National Health Insurance Program or Republic Act No. 11223.  The program will be handled by the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation or PhilHealth. What can Filipinos look forward to with the new health law? Every Pinoy is nowContinue reading “How Will You Benefit From The Universal Health Care Law?”

105 Days: Extended Maternity Leave Act, Approved!

The President intentionally signed the Expanded Maternity Leave Act on February 20, 2019, one day before it would have lapsed into law.  That is good news! What do we need to know about the new law?  Read this: Previously on Maternity Leaves: Female employees were entitled to 60 days of paid leave for normal delivery.Continue reading “105 Days: Extended Maternity Leave Act, Approved!”

How to Correct the Birth Date, Month, and Birth Year in a PSA Birth Certificate

Do you have a problem with the entries in your birth date, month, or year in your birth certificate?  Like any other error, your birth date details are as vital because it indicates your age – a vital requirement for job applications, getting a driver’s license, school enrollment, and other transactions that have age requirements. Continue reading “How to Correct the Birth Date, Month, and Birth Year in a PSA Birth Certificate”