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I was told the NSO office in Cebu is no longer around. Is this true? If not, where is it?

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True. Brilliant planning.

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I need the following items:

 

NSO authenticated copy of Birth certificate of Filipino spouse and certified copy of the ID as

Filipino citizen issued by BID

 

NSO authenticated copy of the Marriage Contract of alien and Filipino spouse or

authenticated by the Philippine embassy/consulate nearest to or in the place where the

marriage was solemnized

 

I need to physically go into an NSO office to get these documents, correct?

 

So, which office should I go to? I'm currently in Cebu City. I don't see much helpful information on the NSO site (no surprise).

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The NSO office is open in Cebu. I was just there a couple weeks ago with my girlfriend getting her birth certificate. It seemed fairly organized to me with people to help you out with the correct forms.. The birth certificate shouldn't be a problem to get there, I dont know about the other documents..

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The NSO office is open in Cebu. I was just there a couple weeks ago with my girlfriend getting her birth certificate. It seemed fairly organized to me with people to help you out with the correct forms.. The birth certificate shouldn't be a problem to get there, I dont know about the other documents..

 

How long is it taking now, to secure an NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate there?

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I remember it to be downtown near sanchianco ?

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I was told the NSO office in Cebu is no longer around. Is this true? If not, where is it?

 

I've not been there myself but I have to go later this week. This is the address I got from the NSO web site.

Anyone know if it is correct?

 

REGION VII - Central Visayas

ARIEL E. FLORENDO (OIC)

Regional Director

450-542 JIF Building

MJ Cuenco Avenue

Cebu City 6000

Tel.: (032) 256-05-91 / 256-05-92

Fax: (032) 253-94-94

E-mail: nsor07@yahoo.com

URL: http://www.cvis.net.ph/nso7

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We filed her paperwork 1 day and came back the next day to get it. While there on the 2nd trip I had her get 2 more copies. Total time including filling out paperwork and waiting in line. Maybe 2 hours, not including the overnight wait..

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