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=== 3. Writing to Request Records ===
 
=== 3. Writing to Request Records ===
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*'''NOTE:''' All lines of the ''international'' delivery address should appear in all capital letters. If possible, the address should have no more than five lines. For more information see [https://pe.usps.com/text/imm/immc1_008.htm '''USPS International Mail Manual'''].<br>
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*Civil registry documents that can be obtained from the '''Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)''', beginning with the year 1945.  
 
*Civil registry documents that can be obtained from the '''Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)''', beginning with the year 1945.  
 
**[https://psa.gov.ph/civilregistration/requesting-civil-registry-document '''Click here'''] for detailed instructions for requesting certificates by mail.
 
**[https://psa.gov.ph/civilregistration/requesting-civil-registry-document '''Click here'''] for detailed instructions for requesting certificates by mail.
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*A copy of the records have been retained in local civil registry offices. Because many records were lost or damaged in the war, checking both the national office and local office might help find a surviving record. [https://psa.gov.ph/lcr-directory/cordillera-administrative-region '''Click here'''] for a directory of office telephone numbers, fax numbers, and sometimes email addresses. To write to them, address your letter to:<br>
 
*A copy of the records have been retained in local civil registry offices. Because many records were lost or damaged in the war, checking both the national office and local office might help find a surviving record. [https://psa.gov.ph/lcr-directory/cordillera-administrative-region '''Click here'''] for a directory of office telephone numbers, fax numbers, and sometimes email addresses. To write to them, address your letter to:<br>
  
'''City Civil Registry'''<br>
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::'''CITY CIVIL REGISTRY'''<br>
'''([http://zip-codes.philsite.net/ postal code--find it here)] (City)'''<br>
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::'''([http://zip-codes.philsite.net/ postal code--find it here)] (CITY)'''<br>
'''Abra, Philippines'''<br>
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::'''ABRA'''<br>
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::'''PHILIPPINES'''<br>
  
 
English is the official language of the Philippines. The [[Letter Writing Guide for Genealogy|'''Letter Writing Guide''']] will help you with organizing your letter and phrasing your requests.
 
English is the official language of the Philippines. The [[Letter Writing Guide for Genealogy|'''Letter Writing Guide''']] will help you with organizing your letter and phrasing your requests.

Revision as of 09:46, 20 November 2020

3. Writing for Records[edit | edit source]

  • Civil registry documents that can be obtained from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), 1945 -.Click here for detailed instructions for requesting certificates by mail. Click here to order records online.
  • Civil registry records from the National Archives, prior to 1945. See Philippines Civil Registration (Archives Division) collection listed above under 1. Online Civil Registration Records to find the starting date for your province. Click here for the Archives Collection and Access Division. . Here you will find instructions and forms for ordering records from the National Archives.
  • A copy of the records have been retained in local civil registry offices. Because many records were lost or damaged in the war, checking both the national office and local office might help find a surviving record. Click here for a directory of office telephone numbers, fax numbers, and sometimes e-mail addresses. To write to them, address your letter to:

City Civil Registry
(postal code--find it here) (City)
Basilan, Philippines


English is the official language of the Philippines. This Letter Writing Guide will help you with organizing your letter and phrasing your requests.



3. Writing to Request Records[edit | edit source]

  • NOTE: All lines of the international delivery address should appear in all capital letters. If possible, the address should have no more than five lines. For more information see USPS International Mail Manual.
  • Civil registry documents that can be obtained from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), beginning with the year 1945.
    • Click here for detailed instructions for requesting certificates by mail.
    • Click here to order records online.
  • Civil registry records from the National Archives of the Philippines, prior to 1945.
    • See Philippines Civil Registration (Archives Division) collection listed above under 1. Online Civil Registration Records to find the starting date for your province.
    • Click here for the Archives Collection and Access Division and you will find instructions and forms for ordering records from the National Archives.
  • A copy of the records have been retained in local civil registry offices. Because many records were lost or damaged in the war, checking both the national office and local office might help find a surviving record. Click here for a directory of office telephone numbers, fax numbers, and sometimes email addresses. To write to them, address your letter to:
CITY CIVIL REGISTRY
(postal code--find it here) (CITY)
ABRA
PHILIPPINES

English is the official language of the Philippines. The Letter Writing Guide will help you with organizing your letter and phrasing your requests.