How to Avail Davao PHILPOST I.D

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Many of us here don't have a VALID IDENTIFICATION CARD like SSS, GSIS, PRC or a PHILPOST I.D.  I, for one, don't have this all due to the loss of a wallet.  Losing your wallet cause a major hassle, especially if you are planning to open a bank account and all of your valid I.D's are nowhere to be found.  I have nothing to do but to secure an AFFIDAVIT OF LOSS.  For this is not my first time I've loss my I.D's, I have kept one Affidavit of Loss in my folder I copied and change some important things like date, year, CEDULA No., etc...



You have to secure a CTC or COMMUNITY TAX CERTIFICATE or CEDULA to your Barangay Hall.  And have it notarized.  Go to any law firm, or seek an attorney and inquire their notary public fees. In my case, I went to the Sangguniang Building, 2nd floor, turn right, 1st door, there I pay PHp50 for NOTARIZATION.

Going to my main post about PHILPOST I.D, because I don't have yet my other valid I.D's and I am in a hurry to have one for my BANK REQUIREMENTS, I have to apply for a PHILPOST I.D knowing that you can get it 2-3 working days upon submitting all the necessary requirements they needed.

I went online and download their application, but too bad PHILPOST DAVAO will not honor ONLINE APPLICATION because according to the in-charge it is still the OLD APPLICATION FORM.  She handed me the new application form attached with all requirements:

  1. AUTHENTICATED NSO BIRTH CERTIFICATE
  2. (If married) NSO MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE
  3. CEDULA 
  4. BARANGAY CERTIFICATION and CLEARANCE signed by an AUTHORIZED OFFICER or BARANGAY CAPTAIN
  5. And have it NOTARIZED with a DOCUMENTARY STAMP.  Here I went to Sanggunian Panglungsod and pay PHp80.
  6. After you comply all these requirements, go to WINDOW 16 of the PHILPOST and let the in-charge check your papers and pay PHp475. 


After paying, go to the 2nd floor and have your PHOTO TAKEN for your I.D.  Viola!  After 3 days of waiting I received my PHILIPPINE POSTAL I.D.







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23 comments

  1. "OLD APPLICATION FORM" - seems familiar. I too am a victim of this and worse i gave a copy to my hi-school crush.

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  2. is the process the same in the other province like cavite?

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    1. I don't know Jan-Jan. Some places are still using the old procedures wherein you will be the one to bring your 2x2 I.D Pictures.

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  3. It's nice that they have simplified the process for a Philpost ID in Davao.

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    1. Yes Franc. Very much thankful that they have this kind of procedure because you don't have to wait longer for your ID to process.

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  4. I bet sooner or later they will also have an online version of the form. It would be very convenient.

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  5. wow, amazing how it only took 3 days to get the ID. a good substitute if you dont have another valid ID to present when needed

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  6. this a very good opportunity for all davaonun. .they have a good administration.

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  7. Thanks for the info. I don't know if same na rin dito sa Muntinlupa ang procedure.

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  8. great information I haven't done this yet knorr try to go and fix somthing my self so i dont have any idea with this things! very informative indeed! xx

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  9. I still have my postal Id. I keep it with me. this is important document too.

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  10. oh my!!! hahaha it's one thing i hate most, applying for government IDs there in the Philippines hahaha. and those too many permits and clearance you have to secure and long queues you have to endure hahaha but what to do? we need them for transactions there that honour government issued IDs only :(

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  11. i can only wish that the post office in our area is that convenient to visit to get my postal id. i've been meaning to get one for myself, but the main post office in Quezon City is not very accessible :(

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  12. I think this post will especially be helpful for Filipinos who are experiencing the same. One quick search on Google will make this as hit because not many would share procedures on how to file affidavit of loss. The government website should have its own clear steps and FAQs in case we need them.

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  13. I should get one too.. I dont have valid ID's din pala.. good thing I dont usually do bank transactions and the likes..

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  14. I think this has been long overdue for me. I haven't even taken the time to apply for one here in my hometown. So I'm pretty glad that it doesn't require so much. Although the price maybe a little costly on my end.

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  15. I have mine like this but expired already. It is a good ID actually.

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  16. Davao is one of the great place where our local government is working efficiently.

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  17. losing your IDs is a disaster...hassle to the max. Thanks to philpost where we can get an ID in days..Thanks for this very important to know post..Yahweh bless

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  18. Its really a bummer to lose a wallet with all important IDs inside. Good thing you were able to secure a new Philpost ID that quick.

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  19. Would have been better if you can grt the ID on the same day you applied no?

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    1. You can get it on the same day but you have to pay additional. I haven't ask them how much.

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  20. Hassle talaga mawalan ng wallet especially if all your government-issued ID's are there. This post is truly helpful!

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