A solo parent shall apply for a Solo Parent Identification Card (Solo Parent ID) from the City/ Municipal Social Welfare and Development (C/ MSWD) Office. Once the C/ MSWD Office issues the Solo Parent ID, a solo parent can apply for services he/ she needs from the C/ MSWD Office or to specific agencies providing such assistance/ services.
A solo parent can directly inquire from the DOH for health services, CHED and TESDA for educational services, and the NHA for housing. You can also inquire at DOLE, CSC, or employer for parental leave.
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It is important that you renew your passport at the time thousands of other passports are not set to expire yet. It seems logical that you should renew your passport one or two months before it expires. If you are considering a vacation abroad, you should know that most countries will not allow you to cross their borders or board your airplane to fly there unless your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your initial date of entry.
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The Philippine passport is a book issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs and one of the most important forms of identification for a person to possess as it allows the holder to present undeniable identification that can proved who they are and from which country they are legally from. A Philippine passport is all you need to travel to countries that do not require visa for Filipino travelers. The passport is very important in determining your citizenship and travel protection liberties.
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A postal ID is also known as the postal card. A postal ID card is the most widely accepted means of identification in postal transactions worldwide. Generally, banks and other financial institutions honor the postal ID as proof of identity in their transactions. In the Philippines, a postal ID is a government-issued ID that is one of the easiest and fastest to obtain.
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The Office for Senior Citizens Affairs deals with the receiving of communication from other offices, issuing of nationally uniform ID for senior citizens as well the Purchase Slip Booklet for medicine and 5% PSB for basic necessities and prime commodities; assists the SSDD volunteer workers for their duties and responsibilities; monitors establishments violating RA 9257 otherwise known as the “Expanded Senior Citizens Act” and assist the senior citizens complainants by our legal officer; disseminates information about senior citizen privileges from various barangay and establishments; organizes senior citizen association and attending their induction of their new officers.
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NBI clearance is a very basic requirement for employment either here locally or abroad. There are various types of National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) clearance you may want to know first before you apply, such as job application, visa, and for travel abroad. Starting October 2017, the bureau has decided to provide only one type of NBI clearance, which you can use for any transaction that may require it. This is called the Multi-Purpose NBI Clearance that you pay for P115 a copy and is valid for one year.
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The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth), has been mandated by law to provide a social health insurance coverage to all Filipinos. PhilHealth assumed the responsibility of administering the former Medicare program for government and private sector employees from the Government Service Insurance System in October 1997, from the Social Security System in April 1998, and from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration in March 2005.
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Any person, whether natural or juridical, required under the authority of the Internal Revenue Code to file a return, statement or other documents, shall obtain a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) to be indicated in the return, statement or document to be filed with the Bureau of Internal Revenue, for proper identification for tax purposes. You will be using the TIN for anything that has to do or relates with tax filing. It would be wise to get your Philippine Taxpayer Identification Number first before you apply for a job to facilitate the recruitment and hiring documentation process.
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If you are a Filipino and is living here in the Philippines, you should get your Philippines Social Security Number and ID as soon as you are of age and are allowed to become a member. Basically, the SSS provides for a replacement of income lost on account of aforementioned contingencies. With the Philippines Social Security Number you enjoy sickness benefits, maternity benefits, disability benefits, retirement benefits, death benefits, and funeral benefits.
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