Attention: You Can Now Get Your ‘National I.D.’ For Free At Any PSA (NSO) Branch Near You Starting This December | Xocialhive

Attention: You Can Now Get Your ‘National I.D.’ For Free At Any PSA (NSO) Branch Near You Starting This December

Attention: You Can Now Get Your ‘National I.D.’ For Free At Any PSA (NSO) Branch Near You Starting This December

President Rodrigo Duterte recently signed the bill on the national identification system to law or Philippine Identification System (PhilSys). All Filipino citizens and registered aliens would be required to register through the government’s central identification platform.

One netizen posted the most frequent questions about the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys). Jumel de Leon mentioned on his post the most frequent questions about the Philippine National I.D.

First question: Saan tayo kukuha nito? [Where to get the PhilSys I.D?

Answer: Sa Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) o mas kilala dating (NSO) o National Statistics Office sa inyong mga lugar. [In Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) formerly known as (NSO) or National Statistics Office in your area.

Second question: Sa pagkuha, may bayad po ba eto? [Is there any fee?]

Answer: Sa UNANG kuha mo LIBRE, pero pag nawala mo, mag secure ka nang Affidavit of Loss + the replacement fee (more or less 100+php) sa nawalang National I.D Card mo. [It is free on the first time you get it. But when you lost it, you should get an Affidavit of Loss + the replacement fee (more or less 100+php) for the lost I.D Card.

Third question: Kailan eto uumpisahan? [When will it begin?]

Answer: December 2018

Fourth question: May EXPIRATION po ba eto? [Is there an expiration.]

Answer: Wala, lifetime yan (rest assured, di mo mawawala kundi kukuha ka na naman ng bago. [The PhilSys I.D card is lifetime.]

In addition, aside from the National I.D System, PRC License, Philippine Passport, and LTO Driver’s License are among those valid I.Ds that is acknowledged.

The system will collect a person’s demographic data such as full name, s*x, date of birth, blood type, address, and citizenship. Biometric information will also be recorded, including a front-facing photograph, full set of fingerprints, and iris scan. Collected information will be handled and secured by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), according to Rappler.

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