RA 9048, The Clerical Error Law

With the enactment of RA 9048 in 2001, those who have problems in their NSO records are now given a shorter, faster and somewhat more economical way to correct these errors. However it has a limited scope. It only applies to clerical errors and changes in first name. In RA 9048, you can file the verified petition in the local civil registrar’s office where your birth or other NSO record is kept. You can read the steps here: 

Source: http://www.census.gov.ph/data/civilreg/primerra9048.html

Republic Act 9048

An Act Authorizing C/MCR or Consul General to Correct a Clerical or Typographical Error in an Entry and/or Change of First Name or Nickname in the Civil Register Without Need of a Judicial Order.

What is Republic Act 9048?

Republic Act (RA) 9048 authorizes the city or municipal civil registrar or the consul general to correct a clerical or typographical error in an entry and/or change the first name or nickname in the civil register withour the need of a judicial order.

Ra 9048 amends Articles 376 and 412 of the Civil Code of the Philippines, which prohibit the change of name or surname of a erson, or any correction or change of entry in a civil register without judicial order.

President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo approved the act on the 22nd of March 2001. With the law taking effect on the 22nd of April 2001, the Civil Registrar-General promulgated Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2001, which was published in the newspapers in August that year.

What corrections can be made by RA 9048?

RA 9048 allows these corrections:

    • Correction of clerical or typographical errors in an entry in civil registry documents, except corrections invoving the change in sex, age, nationality and status of a person

(A clerical or typographical error refers to an obvious mistake commited in clerical work, either in writing, copying, trancribing, or typing an entry in the civil register that is harmless and innocuous, such as a misspelled name or misspelled place of birth and the like, and can be corrected or changed only by reference to other existing record or records.)

  • Change of a person’s first name in his/her civil registry document under certain grounds specified under the law through administrative process.

What are the conditions under RA 9048 that the petitioner needs to comply with?

  1. The petitioner finds the first name or nickname to be ridiculous, tainted with dishonor or extremely difficult to write or pronounce;
  2. The new first name or nickname has been habitually and continuously used by the petitioner and he has been publicly known by that first name or nickname in the community; or,
  3. The change will avoid confusion.

Who may file the petition?

Whether it is for correction of clerical or typographical error, or for change of first name, the petition may be filed by a person of legal age who must have a direct and personal interest in the correction of the error or in the change of first name in the civil register.

A person is considered of legal age when he is eighteen years old and above. Thus, a minor (less than eighteen years old) cannot by himslef file a petition, neither for correction of clerical or typographical error nor for change of his first name.

Only the followng persons are considered to have a direct and personal interest in the correction of clerical error or change of fist name:

  1. Owner of the record that cntains the error to be corrected or first name to be changed.
  2. Owner’s spouse, children, parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents, guardian, or any other person duly authorized by law or by the owner of the document sought to be corrected.

What should be the form and content of the petition?

The petition, whether it is for correction of clerical error or for change of first name, should be accomplished properly and in the prescribed form. Section 5 of RA 9048 and Rule 8 of Administrative Order No. 1, S. 2001 require that the petition should be in the form of an affidavit, hence, it should be subscribed and sworn to before a person authorized to administer oath.

Basically, the petition must contain the following facts or information:

  • Merits of the petition
  • Competency of the petitioner
  • Erroneous entry to be corrected and proposed correction; forst name to be changed and the proposed new first name

What supporting documents are required for correcting a clerical or typographical error in a civil registry document?

The petition shall not be processed unless the petitioner supports it with the required dcuments. The supporting documents should be authentic and genuine, otherwise, the petition shall be denied or disapproved pursuant to Rule 5.8 of Administrative Order No. 1, S. 2001. The following supporting documents are admissible as basic requirements:

  1. Certified machine copy of the certificate containing the alleged erroneous entry or entries
  2. Not less than two (2) public or private documents upon which the correction shall be based. Examples of these documents are the following: baptismal certificate, voter’s affidavit, employment record, GSIS/SSS record, medical record, school record, business record, driver’s license, insurance, land titles, certificate of land transfer, bank passbook, NBI/police clearance, civil registry records of ascendants, and others.
  3. Notice and Certificate of Posting
  4. Certified machine copyof teh Official Receipt of the filing fee
  5. Other documents as may be required by the City/Municipal Civil Registrar (C/MCR)

What are the supporting papers for change of first name?

As is the case of correction of clerical error, no petition for change of first name shall be accepted unless the petitioner submits the requiredsuppoting papers, as follows:

  1. All the documents required of the petitioner for the correction of clerical error shall also be required of the pettioner for change of first name.
  2. Clearance from authorities such as clearance from employer, if employed; the National Bureau of Investigation; the Philippine National Police; and other clearances as may be required by the concerned C/MCR.
  3. Proof of Publication. An affidavit of publication from the publisher and copy of the newspaper clippings should be attached.

How much is the fee in filing a petition?

The C/MCR and the District/Circuit Registrar (D/CR) are authorized to collect from every petitioner the following rates of filing fees:

  • One thousand pesos (Php 1,000.00) for the correction of clerical error
  • Three thousand pesos (Php 3,000.00) for the change of first name

In case of a petition filed with the Consul General (CG), the fees are the same for all Philippine Consulates. The fees are the following:

  • Fifty U. S. dollars ($ 50.00) for the correction of clerical or typographical error
  • One hundred fifty U. S. dollars ($ 150.00) for the change of first name

A migrant petitioner shall pay an additional service fee to the Petition Receiving Civil Registrar (PRCR). This service fee shall accrue to the local treasury of the PRCR.

  • Five hundred pesos (Php 500.00) for correction of clerical or typographical error
  • One thousand pesos (Php 1,000.00) for change of first name

Where should the petition be filed?

The general rule is that petition be filed with the Local Civil Registry Office (LCRO) where the record containing the clerical error to be corrected or first name to be changed is kept. Included in this general rule is the case of the Office of the Clerk of Shari’a Court where records of divorces, revocations of divorces, conversions to Islam are kept and where some Muslim marriages are registered.

However, in case the petitioner is a migrant within or outside the Philippines, meaning his present residence or domicile is different from where his civil registry record or records are registered, he may file the petition in the nearest LCRO in his area. His petition will be treated as a migrant petition.

For your other questions, please leave your comment and your email address below.

Your NSO Birth Certificate Guidance Counsellor,

The VERifier

88 Comments

Filed under RA 9048, Republic Act No. 9048

88 responses to “RA 9048, The Clerical Error Law

  1. Amie Nicdao

    My mother’s name on her NSO birth
    Certificate is JANITA. While on her baptismal, voters registration, philhealth ID, other documents, and on the birth certificate of all her children her name appears as ANITA. Thus her case is under Clerical Error Or Change of Name? Thank you so much.

  2. Amie

    Hi! My Mom’s name is ANITA. That is the recorded name on her baptismal certificate, marriage contract, birth certificate of her children, voter’s regisration, health insurance.. etc,. But we found out that her NSO birth certificate name appears JANITA, which the pronounciation is (“HANITA”). Being native of Pampanga (Kapampangan) we have this accented vowels, we are having issue on pronouncing with H or no H.
    What case is needed to file for this petition? – Clerical Error Correction (Mispelled)
    or Change Name?

    Thank you.

  3. may rose

    I would like to ask if how long it would take before i can able to get my marriage contract at the NSO with a correction.?
    I been filled my petition last march 2012. Then the Civil registrar here in Dipolog city Sent it to Manila NSO last April 11, 2012. So i would like to know when exactly i can able to get my marriage contract with correct at the NSO office here in my town. I am the petitioner of my marriage contract clerical error. I already done paying the money order at the post office sending to NSO QUEZON CITY last May 21, 2012. Why is it until now i keep going back at the NSO DIPOLOG City to check it but i still did not get my marriage contract with the correction. I do really wanna know when exactly because i badly needed my marriage contract as soon as possible so that i can start processing my spousal visa going to UK. I am waiting for few months already and i still did not get it. What should i do to get my marriage contract with correction as soon as possible?

    I am hoping that you could response me as soon as possible and hope you can help me po..
    Thank you,..

  4. how to correct the gender. it is an clerical error

    • It is not considered a clerical error, but a substantial one that needs to be filed in court. The law, however, will be amended soon. If it is not urgent, we suggest that you wait until then.

  5. Magielyn P. Leung

    Hi! I am the mother of kim jamison p. leung my first name at his birth cert. is incorrect Magielyn vs. Majilyn & the place of marraige instead of Caloocan-Valenzuela, how much is the cost of this documents and how long, pls. help me. tnx

    • You may file a petition for correction of clerical error in his place of birth. You can include both errors in one petition.

      Filing fee costs P1000, but you may be charged more since there are two errors. Usually takes 3-4 months from filing

  6. ali vallesteros

    Good Evening Team Verifier. I have a problem with my first name. It is a clerical error. My first name should be ALI, but in my birth certificate is only AL. I need to have passport to work in abroad. Pwede po ba ako magpalakad ng aking birth certificate sa inyo para mas mabilis po ang process? Kasi nagpunta po ako sa manila city hall to try na ma change po yung certificate ko. Aabutin daw po ng mga 3-4 months ang process, bka po pwede mas mabilis po kasi i need it badly. If pwede po??? Sana po matulungan nyo ako… Maraming salamat po GodBless.

  7. ma.melanie

    hi po….ask ko lang po sana kung anung po ang dapat kung gawin kasi po sa birthcertificate ko ang pangalan ko na nakalagay ay maria.milanie pero po ang naituro at madalas ko po gamitin ay ma.melanie kahit po sa marriage contract at sa mga birth certificate ng nanak ko ay ung nakasanayan na name ang gamit ko ano po ba ang dapat gawin?clerical error po ba o change of first name ang kailangan?sana po ma2lungan nyo po ako..maraming salamat po..

  8. Until when should the finality of adoption (from the time it was issued by the court) be indorsed to the LCR of the town where the adopted child was born and registered by his natural parents? What are the consequences if it is left unindorsed?

    • If it is not endorsed, the new birth certificate pursuant to the adoption will not be issued.

      • Follow up question please. If the BC pursuant to adoption is not issued for some reason, 1. Does it mean that the adopted child remains “un-adopted”?
        2. Does the court decision/finality of adoption ever expire?
        3. Is its non-indorsement to the LCR can be a ground for cancellation of the adoption?

        Thank you so much.

      • No the non-endorsement will not render the adoption ineffective. Only that the old record of the child will remain in the NSO files.

        You may call our office to set up an appointment with our birth certificate specialist to address your questions. Our numbers are 7051265 or 7051277

      • Follow up questions, pls. If the BC pursuant to adoption is not issued for some reason,

        1. Does it mean that the adopted child remains “un-adopted”?
        2. Does the court decision/finality of adoption ever expire?
        3. Is its non-indorsement to the LCR can be a ground for rescission of the adoption?

        Thank you so much.

  9. good day,my concern is about the date of our marriage indicated in the birth certificate of my daughter.Our marriage date is April 26, 2002 while in her birth certificate is April 25,2002.What should I do inorder to correct it. Thank you.

  10. stef

    hi ask ko lang po kung same process din toh kung mali yung middle initial.? thank you

  11. good pm po, ask ko po regarding sa birth certificate ko ang nakalagay po ay Marites, kaso po since nagaaral ako ng kinder hanggang college at nakapag asawa na po ako ang ginagagamit ko po ay Ma. Theresa, lahat ng mga documents ko and ID Ma. Theresa ang gamit ko po, anu po ang dapat kong gawin para maayos ko na po ang aking birth certificate and magkano po kaya ang processing fee. tnx po

    • You may file a petition for chnge of first name. in the local civil registrar’s office where you were born.

      You may also call VERified Inc at 027051265/027051277 to set an appointment with one of their birth certificate specialists. This consultation will provide you with valuable advise on how to proceed with the correction, length of time you need for the procedure, and the requirements that you need to prepare.

      Thanks.

  12. gud pm po ask ko na din po ang middle initial ko po ang ginagamit ko since birth ay Roda, nun kinuha ko po ang marriage contract ng parents ko po ay surname po nya ay Ruda, panu po ang gagawin ko po dito? salamat po

    • You may file a petition for correction of clerical error, in the local civil registrar’s office where you were born.

      You may also call VERified Inc at 027051265/027051277 to set an appointment with one of their birth certificate specialists. This consultation will provide you with valuable advise on how to proceed with the correction, length of time you need for the procedure, and the requirements that you need to prepare.

      Thanks.

  13. Lhot

    hi po! magtatanong lang po. ang nakaregister po kasi sa local civil registrar ng bagac, bataan na name ko ay LORELIE, yun po ang ginagamit ko pero sa NSO po LORELEE, pwede po ba kahit saang civil registrar ayusin yung correction ng name ko? thank you so much!

    • Pwede po kahit saang civil registrar mag-file nito. Tawag po natin dito ay migrant petition.

      Pwede rin po kayong kumunsulta sa aming mga birth certificate specialists. Tawag lang po kayo sa aming office para makapagpa-appointment, 7051265 at 7051277. Thank you

  14. Beth

    Hi Verifier, my concern is about the date of birth indicated in my birth certificate. My birthday is Dec. 23, 1973 but in my Birth Certificate it appears as Feb. 4, 1974. Is it under the clerical error and can be amended through Civil Local Registry?

  15. Yodmem Tex B. Cimafranca Jr.

    I have a copy of my birth certificate from the Local Civil Registry in Cebu in 1996. When I got a copy of my birth certificate in NSO Manila, there is no JR./extension name included, is this considered as clerical error?

    • To correct this, please file a petition for change of name with the local civil registrar in the place where you were born.

      The fee is P3000.

      For other details on procedure and requirements, you may contact our office to set an appointment with one of our birth certificate specialists. They will be able to give you valuable advise on how to go about the correction and which documents you need to submit together with your petition.

      Our office numbers are 7051265/ 7051277. THanks.

  16. tita

    GOOD AM SIR VERIFIER ,AKO ISANG OFW PWEDE NA BA CONSIDER MIGRANT PETITION NA SA PHIL CONSULATE NEAR BY PWEDE NA PAAYOS ANG CORRECTION ENTRY CHANGE NAME?,,, ,GANITO PO UN 1991 NAKKUHA NG PASSPORT SUPPORTING AFFIDAVIT BASEHAN NILA UNG BAPTISMAL KASI DI DAW DI NAKAREGISTER,,ANG PROBLEMA NAGTRY AKO MAG PADELIVER NG BC FROM NSO LAST 2012 MERON LUMABAS PERO MALI ANG FIRST NAME FORTUNA INSTEAD OF TITAKAILANGAN BA TO I CORRECT,,, TOTAL MERON NAMAN AKO AFFIDAVIT NA SIMULA SAPOL UN ANG GAMIT KO,,THANKS MORE POWER

  17. ma. cristina lamusao de guzman

    in my father’s case since childhood he is using Zosimo as his name but we found out in nso birth certi his name is Lucino..change in name is the answer but are we really gonna go cagayan valley his place of birth to process his birth certi because we live in makati city now…where should we file a petiton?…thanks!

    • You may file the petition for change of first name in Makati. This will be accepted as a migrant petition.

      For other details on procedure and requirements, you may contact our office to set an appointment with one of our birth certificate specialists. They will be able to give you valuable advise on how to go about the correction and which documents you need to submit together with your petition.

      Our office numbers are 7051265/ 7051277. THanks.

  18. Aileen C. Sauro

    Hi can I call the number you post, My problem is the same as Ma. Christina Lamuzao De Guzman

  19. diosdado deguzman

    problema ko po wala po midlle nme na nkasulat sa birthcertificate ko

    • Kung kayo po ay illegitimate child, wala po talaga kayong middle name, ito po ay naaayon sa ating batas. Kung hindi naman po, maaari po kayong magrequest ng certified true copy ng inyong birth certificate at mag file ng affidavit of supplemental report sa local civil registrar kung san po kayo ipinanganak. Maaari po kayong kumunsulta sa aming opisina para po sa inyong mga karagdagang katanungan. Salamat po.

  20. Me-An Mendoza

    I filed a petition for correction of entry in my birth certificate (correction of spelling for my middle name) last April 24, 2013. I was informed that it will take 10 days to process my petition. Then they will send it to NSO main offcice. Then it will take 2-3 months for them to process it? I would like to apply for a passport. Can I apply for a passport now even if the petition is still on process? ang gagamitin kong middle name sa passport application is the correct one. Thank you.

    • The DFA may lean towards denying the application until after the resolution of the pending administrative correction. But you can still try. Just produce the receipt and a certification from the LCR stating that you have a pending petition. Good luck!

      • Me-An Mendoza

        I tried… and I’m glad that I DFA had acknowledged the petition and the receipt. On my case po kasi, I am already married…Thank you!

      • Thank you for this feedback, this will be a big help to all those who have a similar concern such as yours.

  21. HERMINIA

    Good Day my concern is my daughter’s birth certificate appears MICHELLE SEPE CAPORTE, Actually my complete name is HERMINIA SEPE VILLARIASA ,is it consider as clerical errors? Thanks and God bless

  22. Lhot

    hi po! tanong ko lang po ulet kung san at kanino pwede magfollow-up kung ok na po ang birth certificate ko? sabi po kasi pag clerical error three to four months ok na.. but then last week nagpunta ulet ako sa munisipyo kung san ko pinapaayos yun sabi wala pa rin up to now, last Oct. 08, 2012 ko pa po pinaayos yun. Thank you po.

  23. Meg

    I got my marriage contract….. ung age ng spouse ko na makalagay dun ay 33 yrs and 11 mos. ang dapat na nakalagay ay 32 mos. and 11 mos. ano kaya ang need ko gawin dito? may conflict po ba yun?

  24. Abraham F Abella

    Ako po ay pinanganak February 12, 1957 kaya lang po noong kumuha ako ng birth certificate bago ako magretire sa uniformed service ay February 2, 1957 ang nakalagay . Ano pong Gagarin ko.

    • Pwede po itong i-correct sa civil registrar kung saan kayo pinanganak. Magdala lang po ng mga supporting documents. Ang filing fee po ay P3000, at may publication po ito sa dyaryo.

      Pwede rin po kayong tumawag sa opisina namin para makakuha ng kumpletong advice tungkol sa ganitong problema. Tumawag lang po kayo sa 7051265/7051277 para magpa-appointment.

  25. Hello Po, illegitimate po ang anak ko, ang problema po nang mag fill up ako ng form sa hospital, nilagay ko pong middle name for my son is yung middle name ko po. I was not aware at the time na it should have been left blanked. My concern here is should i have it remove or just live it at that. And if so would there be any complication later on if i left at that.
    Hoping for your advice.

    • To correct this error, kailangan pong i-file sa court ito. Wala pong ibang alternative at this point.

      Meanwhile, maging consistent nalang po sa lahat ng documents ng anak ninyo. Gamitin po yung name na nakalagay sa birth certificate nya

  26. lala

    gud pm po,,may prblema p0 ang aking marriage contract at nkabase po kmi d2 s baguio city pero kinasal po kmi s longos bacoor cavite,,i’ve noticed n matagal ang proseso kng d2 s registral office d2 s bagiuo q ippgawa at mghhintay nlang,,what if direct q pong ippasa s registral office ng bacoor?gaano po ktagal ang proseso?

  27. anne

    hai po… ask ko lng po kung gaano katagal hintayin ang pag process ng nso ng clerical error.? nso na lng po ang hinihintay ko. salamat po

    • It usually takes 3-4 months from filing with the civil registrar. Importante po na i-follow up nyo ito para po masundan ang proseso ng papel ninyo. This is also what we usually do with our filings.

  28. Jan

    hi! my first name in my birth certificate was switched from Jan Ullysis to Ullysis Jan is this a change of name or clerical error

    Thank you

    • We think it is a change of name. But the final decision is upon the civil registrar where you were born. Best to check with them

      For other details or a more comprehensive advice, please call us for a consultation 7051265/7051277.

      Thank you.

  29. good day sa inyong lahat. Tanong ko lang po, lumapit po ako sa PAO pero hanggang ngayon more than a year na po hindi pa po tapos kasi po daw ang sabi nila nagpalit po daw ng judge at kailangang hintayin iyong judge na nag-asikaso sa case ko kasi po daw sya lang ang may karapatan na magdecide sa case ko.
    Tulong po kasi di ko talaga sila maintintihan. palagi lang nilang sinasabi na antayin daw kasi malapit na daw.

  30. jemdawn

    Good day po, sa LCR po ba ipakorek un error sa birth cert. q may real surname is ORENIA peo sa birth certificate q ORNIA po. ORENIA na ang gnamit q mula po nun mag gr.1 aq till nag kaasawa aq… aaply po sana kasi ako ng pasport. kung sa LCR po gano po kaya katagal at magkano?tnx po sana po maadvice nyo po aq agad.

    • Pwede po itong iconsider na clerical error. I-file nyo po ito sa LCR kung saan kayo ipinanganak. P1000 po ang filing fee

      For other details or a more comprehensive advice, please call us for a consultation 7051265/7051277.

      Thank you.

  31. jen

    good afternoon po,dito po ako sa bacoor.kinasal ako nung june 20,2013 then may clerical error po sa marriage contract namin imbes na divorce ay nailagay ng clerk ay single.ipinipilit po nila na court daw pero sabi sa akin mismo sa trece martirez registrar at main nso apply ko lang daw ng ra 9048,may naka attached na nga divorce certificate single pa rin nailagay.nai correct ko na pero hnd ko napansin na sigle pala ang naitype.tama po ba ang sinasabi ng bacoor registrar office?

  32. tin

    mali po yung date of marriage ng magulang ko sa BC ko instead of november 5, 1995 nakagay november 21, 1972 ano po pweding gawin dito??

  33. may

    hi, tanong ko lang po ang pangalan po kasi ng tita ko, YOLANDA pero s birth certificate ang lumabas po AMELIA, aside from that un pangalan mo ng tatay nya imbes na ANTONIO, FERMIN ang nakasulat at ang middle name na QUINILITAN naging QUINITANTS. ang nanay nmn niya ang middle name imbes CATACUTAN, naging PINEDA. paano po ang gagwin doon?.

  34. may

    hi, tanong ko lang po ang pangalan po kasi ng tita ko, YOLANDA pero s birth certificate ang lumabas po AMELIA, aside from that un pangalan po ng tatay nya imbes na ANTONIO, FERMIN ang nakasulat at ang middle name na QUINILITAN naging QUINITANTS. ang nanay nmn niya ang middle name imbes CATACUTAN, naging PINEDA. paano po ang gagwin doon?.

  35. Jose Rex Navarrosa

    Blessed New Year po. Nagverify po ako sa local registry namin sa probinsiya. It turned out na, 3 times ako nakaregister. Yung nasa NSO, yung first registered birth certificate and lagi ko nakukuha kahit na yung civil registry number ng third birth certificate (na ginamit ko in all my documents ex. passport, drivers license, school records) ang binibigay ko sa NSO. Is it possible have a court order for cancellation of the first registered birth certificate and “unlock” the third birth certificate. Thank you po. GOD BLESS.

  36. may

    follow up question ko po, paano po mapapa cancel ang birth certificate, saan po pupunta at gaano po katagal na proseso? salamat po.

  37. Gud am po ano po ang dapat kong gawin kc yung first name ko po sa local registry is Frauline tapos yun na po ang ginamit kong first name ever since then lahat po ng record ko yun ang ginamit kong namle pati nung nagrequest ako ng nso copy pero nagulat ako kasi FRAUKLIN ang nakalagay na first name ko at ang masama pa nun is halatang iniba yung mga letters sa first name ko PLEASE HELP PO

    • To correct this, you can file a petition for change of first name in the civil registrar of the place where you were born.

      For more details, you may call our office to set an appointment with our birth certificate specialist 7051265/7051277

      • Magkano naman po kaya ang magagastos ko kasi po wala pa po akong pera nag aply ako ng trabaho pero hinahanap nila nso certificate at sa tuwing ipapakita ko yung TAMPERED na birthcertificate ko galing sa Nso kinekwesyon nila ako

        please help po

      • Sa Petition for change of first name nagkakahalaga po ito ng 3,000.00 plus publication po na 2,000.00 (metro manila rate) o mas mataas pa po pag sa mga probinsya ng LCR. Maari rin po kayo mag file ng Affidavit of Indigency sa LCR ninyo, makukuha po ito sa DSWD o sa Barangay ninyo.

  38. may isa pong letter sa B.C ko na mali. kailangan ko po sa school yung corrected b.c ko. nakapag-file na po ako sa local civil registry namin. may ibang ways po ba para maging mabilis yung process nun?

  39. rubymae_salamat

    hi just wanna ask if how long would it take to process the clearical error?

    clearical error po pag ka salamat is my surname, then sa nso ko is salanat..?

    thank you po.

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