Download form requirements for Certificate of Eligibility!
What if you lose the original certificate of eligibility, and you forgot the details especially the date and the place of examination? Will the CSC grant your request a certification or not?
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Whether we like it or not, we will at least once in our lifetime be a victim of circumstances, in short, we will lose at some point our certificates. Understandably it is a tedious and stressful process.
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HOW TO: Get LOST Original Certificate of ELIGIBILITY from CSC (Requirements)
In relation with HOW TO GET a Certificate of Eligibility from CSC, if you are one of the unlucky ones, those people lose their certificate or request for correction of personal information, the Civil Service Commission advises to bring the following requirements:
1). First, you need to fill-out and accomplished the original Eligibility/Exam Records Request Form (ERRF) and Declaration of Form (DF).
Note: DF should be handwritten and personally done by the single requestor.
2). One-piece 1" x 1" photo with printed name and signature affixed before having the picture taken:
- Printed married name (for married women);
- A Signature must be on top of the printed name.
- The photo should have been taken within three (3) months before the filing of Request for Certification of Eligibility;
Note: Scanned, computer-generated photo/name/signature will NOT be accepted;
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3). Original copy of two (2) valid government-issued ID Cards, or if the requesting party is abroad, please refer to additional requirements below:
Choices for Government Issued ID Card/s:
- Office ID
- SSS/GSIS or UMID
- NBI Clearance
- Voter's ID
- Taxpayer's ID
- Driver's License
- Police Clearance
- NBT License
- PRC License
- Postal ID
- Senior Citizen's ID
A. If the request for certification or authentication is filed through a Representative:
1. Original Special Power of Attorney (SPA) or Authorization letter with hand-printed name and signature of an authorized representative; and
2. Original copy of one (1) valid ID Card of the representative.
B. If the requesting party of the certification or authentication Works/Lives Abroad:
1. Clear photocopy of Passport; and duly authenticated/validated by the Philippine Embassy or
2. Clear photocopy of one (1) valid ID Card. Consular Office
4). Original and clear photocopy of Marriage Contract (for married women);
5). Bring money Authentication fee: Php 50.00 per copy;
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It is estimated you will get the issuance of the certificate is 30 minutes (if there is no bigger problem also).
In verifying and validating your details, the CSC has tons of database of names of eligible so it will take ample time to retrieve the data needed.
If you still have problems, feel free to comment below. Thanks!