Saturday, June 30, 2012

Re-entry visa Online application

Subject Foreign employees can now apply for re-entry visa from online
Name HiKorea
Email webmaster@g4f.go.kr
Homepage
Attachment
Foreign employees can now apply for re-entry visa through on-line application
Starting this May 5th, G4F have expanded its re-entry visa service to include foreign workers (D-3: Industrial Training, E-8: Employed Trainee, E-9: Non-professional Employment, and E-10: Vessel crew). These people can now apply for re-entry visa from online.
Foreign employees who wish to take advantage of this service will first need to create an account at the G4F website (http://www.hikorea.go.kr), and go through basic authentication process involving your foreigner registration number and English name. After that, you navigate to E-application> File and Application > Re-entry visa.
When applying, we require letter of consent or recommendation from the employer or the head of the training facility. Please scan them in, save them as a JPEG file (.jpg), and attach it to your application.
Service charge may be paid with card (individual, corporate), wire transfer, mobile phone, ARS, etc. If you are applying for another person, then you must use his/her electronic certificate, and not yours.
Our work hours start from 07:00 to 18:00 (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and holidays), and it generally takes up to 72 hours (3 days) to process.
Your application will then be examined by an immigration officer, and if the permission is granted, you can navigate to My Page and see My e-Applications and print out a permit from your printer. This printed copy is just as valid as the one you will receive from the immigration office. You simply need to present it to the immigrations officer at the airport.

* Application procedure
1. Member registration: Enter the name and foreigner registration number
2. Select re-entry permit : E-application > File and application > Re-entry permit
3. Fill out the application form: Enter your reason for submitting this application, phone number, expected date of departure. Before submitting, make sure you have a scanned copy of your letter of consent/recommendation (from your employer or the head of your training facility) attached to this form. This must be in .jpg image file format.
4. Pay service charge : Use card, wire transfer, mobile phone, etc. If you are applying for someone other than yourself, please use their electronic certificate to make the payment.
5. Receive/process: Assuming all went well with the payment, it will immediately be received and will be processed within 72 hours
6. Print out your permit: If your application was approved, print out a copy of your permit from “My e-applications”
7. Present the permit upon departure/entry : Present the printed permit to the immigration officer upon departure and entry
For more information, call : 02-2650-6390

Friday, June 29, 2012

PAG-IBIG FUND - Anti-depression Loan

Good news para po sa lahat na gustong magbakasyon at membro ng Pag-ibig Fund ito ay para sa atin.. click the video.

Saksi is GMA Network's late-night newscast hosted by Arnold Clavio and Vicky Morales. It airs Mondays to Fridays at 11:30 PM (PHL Time) on GMA-7. For more videos from Saksi, visit http://www.gmanetwork.com/saksi.


source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdXczm9WlFA

NOTICE 232




NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 232)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 29, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – July 2, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. POSAS ALLAM MEJORADA
2. ARABIT DARCY SECO
3. GATCHALIAN KENNETH SANTOS
4. MARASIGAN ROY BIMBO DIMAANO
5. BUCU JAYMAR FABROS
6. SUMAGUE MICHAEL MABILING
7. GADDI REYMOND SUNGA
8. DIMLA LUIS LINTAG
9. TAMAYO GLENFORD VERAZON
10. CAGUICLA DINO CARLO ROMANO
11. GARDUQUE JACKSON DURAGOS
12. GONZALES JAYSON GUNAY
13. ESNEC JAMES ANTHONY DOMINGO
14. GALLEON ELEUTERIO JR OCOL
15. MALLARI ROMAN AQUINO
16. SUMILANG ARNOLD PIMENTEL
17. SUPAN GIANINA MANALOTO
18. MARQUEZ ROWEL DUCUT
19. DUE ERWIN CABRA
20. MERESEN MARK JAY SALONGA
21. MESA MARLON TORRES
22. SAANTOS JOEL ELIAS
23. BLANCA RAYMOND SIONGCO
24. JAVIER SHERWIN ASTODILLO
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

NOTICE 231




NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 231)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 27-28, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – July 2, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. LINATOC LEO OLAN
2. FIEL JERRYCO POLLOSO
3. MANALO ARIEL GUTIERREZ
4. GOPEZ JORDAN SARMIENTO
5. MATUTO KARLO GONZALES
6. OLAN MARIO MORCILLA
7. SANTOS RONNIE LUMBA
8. LABBAO RENEL PASCUA
9. DALE HERWIN MALIT
10. LACSAMANA LORETO DE CASTRO
11. BAUTISTA BABY RUTH MERCADO
12. FERRER MARK JONARD AMANONCE
13. CARDENAS ARISTOTLE SAWADAN
14. MONSERATE GLENMORE DORONIO
15. PADONGA CHIQUI ARCA
16. ENRIQUEZ ROGER CATIBOG
17. BAUTISTA ERWIN GRINO
18. GOMEZ JESTER CUNANAN
19. PABLO CARMELITO GESON
20. CASTRO ALLAINA NICOLE DIAMZON
21. CAMAT JOSEPHINE ALON
22. STA ANA ARCE BUSTAMANTE
23. HERMMO KALAYAAN BOYLE
24. REYES VICTORIO TUBIERA
25. PEDRAGOSA REAGAN BERDOS
26. SILORIO JHONATAN CALATCAT
27. SABORBORO ELIZER
28. BATALLER JULUIS SIMBULAN
29. ALIPIO BRYAN POBLETE
30. AMPONIN ROMMEL JONSON
31. VERDERA JOEY CARCOSIA
32. LULU RIOBERT CAMPOS
33. LERON JEBEL RAY GUYA
34. ALTEZA RAY ANTHONY BELZA
35. ALFONSO JOHN PATRICK SUNGA
36. NODADO ERWIN DELA PENA
37. PARAISO HENRY JR FORTALIZA
38. VALENCIA HERMOGENES JR ROCAFORT
39. MACASAET EDWIN LLANES
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

NOTICE 230



NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 230)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 25-26, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – July 2, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. DE CASTRO GABRIEL MALABANAN
2. MUNAR EMMANUEL FARINAS
3. LOPEZ OLIVER FLORES
4. MANALO NURJIM REVO DINOZO
5. GOPO MARIA THERESA BAGACAY
6. POLINAR PHILIP JAMES LOAYAN
7. MACALINO RANY MALLARI
8. DOKEY RAMELL BALAWIS
9. PASCUA MICHAEL JOHN MACADANGDANG
10. NICANOR JULIET DONA
11. HERNANDEZ JOHN HAY CATACUTAN
12. TORRES ALVIN PINLAC
13. MONTEMAYOR DARYL MORALES
14. FLORES GOLFREIZ MERCADO
15. JURIDICO ANDRO CABOROBIAS
16. CAAG PEDRO PILIIN
17. BAUTISTA JAMES PAUL TORRES
18. ROLLON RICHARD MARTINEZ
19. LORENZO JULIUS CERCADO
20. CALOS KENNETH JULIUS YAMOYAM
21. HIPOLITO GEOMAR GALARIO
22. BORROMEO RECTO PICOC
23. SANTOS SHUNGINE BONDOC
24. LACSA CARLO ALEJANDRO CASTILLO
25. CASILLAN JAY BEE MARTINEZ
26. SUPAN JOWEN ANN YONZON
27. GARCIA NILDRED CUETO
28. DE GUZMAN JOSEPH ABELEDA
29. EPONA FERDINAND MARIN
30. JIMENEZ ROBERT PABUSTAN
31. BRIONES MICHAEL ILAO
32. BONDOC ALAN VILLAMAYOR
33. PEREZ OLLY JAKE BOOL
34. DALWAMPO DENNIS CABRAL
35. SAMPANG WILMA ALVARINA
36. PARRERA AILYN ALCANTARA
37. GARCIA JOEY REYES
38. ARROYO KENNETH MALINOY
39. CHAVEZ ALDRIN MANANSALA
40. IBAY RYAN JAY GARCIA
41. CARONONGAN JOJO LATONIO
42. DELA ROSA JING-JING CARDONA
43. TUYAC EDWARD LOYOLA
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

NOTICE 229




NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 229)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 22, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – June 25, 2012, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. TORRES MARK ANTHONY DELA ROSA
2. BROSOTO RICHARD BOA
3. REYES ISAAC JR RAMIREZ
4. VELIGANO BENJIE PARCON
5. NAVARRO FRANCIS MARTINEZ
6. ORENO JENNY ABRERA
7. CALMA RYAN SOLIMAN
8. ACOPRA RONALDO ANDESA
9. ANDAL HERTZ VOLTAIRRE MAGLAQUI
10. MERZA JUANITO JR DIMAALA
11. BRIONES JONAS TIGLAO
12. BATAYON HERBERT MAGPANTAY
13. ESTACIO JAYCEE MEJIA
14. DE LARA MARK JUNE DELA CRUZ
15. RODRIGUEZ MARK PINEDA
16. FAUSTINO MARK ANTHONY SAMONTE
17. AGUILAR ERWIN MAGBAG
18. MALLARI ADRIAN DABU
19. LULU IVAN LOUGEE HABAC
20. MALATE MARCELINO JR LIBOT
21. PINEDA ORLIE VALDERAMA
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ISSUANCE OF VISA


           Additional Requirements for Issuance of Visa under EPS
           

The Korean Immigration Office has announced that effective 2 July 2012,
EPS applicants who passed TOPIK and have been selected must submit the following additional documents:

- Police Clearance (Issued within 3 months from date of application of CCVI)
           

- Certificate of E-9/E-10/H-2

Saturday, June 23, 2012

HRD KOREA PHILIPPINES SITE AND OFFICE


source: www.hrdkoreaph.com
source2. www.poea.gov.ph





HRD KOREA
EPS CENTER in the Philippines
Unit 1607, Prestige Tower, Emerald Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Metro Manila 1600, Philippines
Office Number : 02 515 0552
Fax Number : 02 470 18 53
Email : hrdkphil@yahoo.com








 




 
 
POEA HOTLINES:
722.11.44 / 722.11.55

E-mail:
Official Website:
Location:
Blas F. Ople Building
Ortigas Avenue corner EDSA
Mandaluyong City

Thursday, June 21, 2012

NOTICE 228



NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 228)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 21, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – June 25, 2012, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. JAVIER FERDIE MARK LAS
2. LIPAWEN LUTHGARDO SALTIN
3. DE CASTRO JOEY GUEVARRA
4. MENDIOLA RICHARD TEODORO
5. SANCHEZ DOROTE OCAMPO
6. CELESTIAL JOEL DELENA
7. CORTEZ RONALD ALLAN ROCERO
8. BANGLOY FREDERICK RAMOS
9. CORPUZ RODERICK CANANGEG
10. MARINO RAZED SIAREZ
11. BACOLOD MA CRISTINA VENTURA
12. DUCUT FERDINAND MANDAP
13. ARCEO DEO JASTELLANA
14. ADLAON JEFFREY ESTORBA
15. MAGTOTO JOVEN AQUINO
16. GARCIA JOENEL ERMITANIO
17. POLINTAN REYNALDO JR. SANTIAGO
18. SUNGA RANDY MENDOZA
19. SANTOS EDLIN OCAMPO
20. ALCABAZA ALDEN ROSALES
21. CORDOVA RICKY IBAY
22. ANAYASAN ARIEL GAMBA
23. LAXA ROMNICK SOLIMAN
24. DE CASTRO BONIFACIO ANCIADO
25. SALUDARES ROMAR GALAPIA
26. LANDDICHO JONATHAN CASALME
27. SAMILLANO NOLI MALIG-ON
28. SAN JUAN JOEY MAGDAHONG
29. BANTUG RIAD LAXAMANA
30. MENMDOZA RANDY TOMAS
31. RAMOS WENCESLAO JR ANGELES
32. DEVERA RENATO BENAVENTE
33. VICTORINO JAYSON CRUZ
34. DASCO RAFAEL VALEROS
35. VALENCIA MARIO DEL ROSARIO
36. DANAO MARK GREGOR DE GUZMAN
37. MIRAMONTES EFREN JR MORALES
38. CRUZ JOREL SERRANO
39. LOPEZ JULIUS MASICLAT
40. ESPINMO LAWRENCE LUMIBAO
41. BAUL JOEY PANGILINAN
42. BALICBALIC JOHN CHRISTIAN DE VERA
43. MARAVILLA JONATHAN CASTILLO
44. PEROLINO NONIE VILLAHERMOSO
45. GARCIA DENNIS NICOLAS
46. BENOSA JOSEPH DE LIMA
47. INCIONG RHOMMEL OLAN
48. PENA JAYSON MACAPAGAL
49. BATINA ALEJANDRO SAGALA
50. CARILLO ELPIE TALEON
51. PACQUING RAUL SAGUN
52. BALHON MARLON BUISAN
53. OCAMPO BRYAN MAGNO
54. CASAIS RANDY CONOGANA
55. CANDA GLENN REYES
56. BUCUD JAY VELASCO
57. CALUSA JAY ARNOLD FABRO
58. GALANG CHRISTIAN MARKUS MAGHINAY
59. AQUINO ALEX JONATHAN FERNANDEZ
60. BONGCO WILLIAM MANALILI
61. CAISIDO RONNIE CAMIROS
62. BADILLO JANICE NIPAY
63. RUALES JOSELITO ABAC
64. BRUNIO SHERWIN RIVERA
65. MANICDAO DANNY JIMENEZ
66. ANDRES CLAYTON JUNE PASIAN
67. DELA CRUZ ARIES DONINA
68. MERCADO ERUIN NASIC
69. MASILUNGAN ROBERT UMALI
70. ALEJO ANTONINO JR HABON
71. BELISANO ALBERT YANG ED
72. MALONG JEROME ENRIQUEZ
73. TIMBOL ANJELO PANGAN
74. AGUILA PAULO ANGELO PINEDA
75. DE VERA JOHN RENDY MARIANO
76. ASAS LEMWEL POCHE
77. MISA FRANCIS MAMAWAN
78. MERCADO ALDRIN MANALILI
79. CRUZAT EDWARD ORTEGA
80. OCAMPO DELBERT JR BAUTISTA
81. TOLENTINO CHRISTOPHER MARIANO
82. GONZALES RANDY REYES
83. GAMIDO JIM GRANTOZA
84. BERDERA SHERWIN CANETE
85. PELLO NORLAN HAMMOND
86. MACALINO ERIC BALMEO
87. GONZAGA ARNALDO MAURICIO
88. POLICARPIO ARMAN PENTICOSTES
89. DORNEO ROLANDO JR RONDILLA
90. CORONEL JERHONE TOLENIINO
91. MIGUEL JEFFREY BALUYUT
92. MAESTRECAMPO REX GEORFO
93. COLOD JOSEPH JR ASTUDILLO
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

NOTICE 227




NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 227)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 16-18, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – June 25, 2012, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. DAGDAG REX DAVID
2. BANSIL JEFREY CELSO
3. OCAMPO ALLAN GARCIA
4. BALUYUT EDGAR DELEON
5. YANGOREN ANECITO ARROZA
6. OBRADOR RICHARD DEOMAMPO
7. MOLINA NINO VENER ENAJE
8. CAPATI ROBERTO DELA CRUZ
9. GUTIERREZ HAROLD AFAN
10. MESINA JEFFREY LIANO
11. MESA RENE BONDOC
12. VALENCIA MYLENE BASE
13. MONTERO GEMMABEL RODRIGUEZ
14. SACAYAN CARLITO JR JAMITO
15. MANALILI ALVIN LIBUT
16. CAGUINTUAN RODEL MAGLAQUI
17. MANIO RICHARD MENDOZA
18. CALUSA RANDY OLVIDO
19. GALVEZ MARVIN MANACMUL
20. MALLARI LORDENO DELANTE
21. MENDOZA EDWIN REYES
22. MANGALINDAN LESTER DUCUT
23. PEREZ JOEL BALOY
24. DOMINGO DAN ERIC ESCANO
25. ALBO RIZALDY AGENA
26. LANSANG ROBERTO VALENCIA
27. GARCIA ROSE ANNE PIRAMAN
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

Notice for Reinforced Immigration Control of Republic of Korea


Foreigners should read this notice from IMMIGRATION OF S. KOREA.
source: http://www.poea.gov.ph/eps/reinforced_immigration_control_Korea.pdf

Monday, June 18, 2012

HOLIDAY LIST OF SOUTH KOREA 2012


New Year's Day
(Sin-jeong)
New Year's Day is the first day of the year. On the modern Gregorian calendar, it is celebrated on January 1.
Korean New Year's Day
(Seol-nal)
Also called "Seol" or "Gujeong". The first day of the lunar Korean calendar. It is the most important of the traditional Korean holidays, and is considered a more important holiday than the solar New Year's Day.
March 1st Movement
(Sam-il-jeol)
Independence(Declaration) Day
This day commemorates the March 1st Movement in 1919. On March 1 of this year, the Korean people declared their nation's independence from Japan. It was a catalyst for the establishment of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea(April 13, 1919).
Children's Day
(Eo-rin-i-nal)
The day on which to esteem the personalities of children and plan for their happiness. In Korea, Children's Day started on May 1, 1922, when 8 persons including Bang Jeong-hwan declared the Day and held an anniversary. In 1946, the Day changed to May 5, and became a public holiday in 1975.
Buddha's Birthday
(Seok-ga-tan-sin-il)
Also called "Bucheonnim Osinnal (부처님 오신 날)" or "Sawol Chopail (사월 초파일,四月初八日). The birthday of the Gautama Buddha. In South Korea, Buddhism is the one of two major religions, with Christianity.
Memorial Day
(Hyeon-chung-il)
The day commemorates men and women who died while in military service or the independence movement. It originated from the traditional customs of Mangzhong, one of the 24 solar terms. On this day, national commemorating ceremony is held in National Cemetery.
Liberation Day
(Gwang-bok-jeol)
The day celebrates national liberation from Japan in 1945. On this day, Emperor Shōwa announced surrender and World War II ended. On the same day in 1948, the government of the Republic of Korea was established. The word "Gwangbok" means "restoration of light".
Harvest Festival
(Chu-seok)
Mid-Autumn Festival
Also called "Han-gawi (한가위)". Korean traditional Harvest Festival. With Seollal, it is one of the most important Korean traditional holidays. As a celebration of the good harvest, Koreans visit their ancestral hometowns and share a feast of Korean traditional food.
National Foundation Day
(Gae-cheon-jeol)
The day celebrates the foundation of Gojoseon, the first state of Korean nation. According to Samguk Yusa, Dangun founded Gojoseon on the 3rd day of 10th lunar month, 2333 BCE. Today, South Koreans celebrate their national foundation on October 3 in solar calendar, for convenience's sake. "Gaecheonjeol" means "Heaven-opened Day".
Christmas
(Seong-tan-jeol)
Christmas is commonly called "Seongtanjeol (성탄절,聖誕節)" in Korean(especially among Christians), but the official Korean name fixed by law is "Gidoktansinil"2. In South Korea, Christianity is the one of two major religions, with Buddhism.
Source : Public holidays in South Korea 


*** Notes ***Please note that the holiday calendar is based on estimate only. This is not official calendar. We do not and can not guarantee the accuracy of this public holiday calendar.

If you think that the data is not correct, please report it to contact@portalseven.com and we will take necessary steps to update the data.

SOURCE: http://firsttimeinkorea.blogspot.com/2012/06/holiday-list-of-south-korea-2012.html

Saturday, June 16, 2012

EMPLOYMENT PERMIT SYSTEM ID (SUGGESTION ONLY)

Until now EPS- EMPLOYMENT PERMIT SYTEM (PHILIPPINES) don’t have any identification as an overseas contract worker in South Korea. As far as I remember the only identification we have was the yellow card given before leaving the Philippines.
 As a suggestion for that I made an example of what an EPS ID look like...


                                                                 what do you think?

Friday, June 15, 2012

ONLINE PRECINT FINDER (COMELEC PHILIPPINES)


ONLINE PRECINT FINDER
 AND
ID-PRINTING STATUS VERIFIER

to find your precint visit www.comelec.gov.ph at the right portion of the page
below the job opportunities icon

you can find this


to check, click the icon then new window will appear
like this


just filled it up then your data appear...
thats simple..
goodluck.
Happy Searching!!!

FOR OVERSEAS ABSENTEE VOTING: http://www.comelec.gov.ph/oav/index.html


NOTICE 226



NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 226)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 15, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – June 18, 2012, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. ABIERA ROY ABUEDO
2. BONGAT ALLAN HILAO
3. DINGLASA RECTOR MANAGUIT
4. MONTEMAYOR VAN GERALD CHAVEZ
5. BUBAN MARY VI GUINTU
6. GARCIA ALLAN FRANCISCO
7. PALAFOX RICHARD BAUTISTA
8. ENCINARES RYAN CHRISTOPHER TORRES
9. SALVACION EDWARD TENORIO
10. GUTIERREZ MARY GRACE MATUNAN
11. LORICO REMAR AREJA
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

NOTICE 225




NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 225)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 13-14, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – June 18, 2012, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. PEREZ VILMA LINATOC
2. ROJA JAN MICHAEL PAJARILLO
3. GARCIA NELSON UNTALAN
4. LAMBID EDRIAN VIRAY
5. TAYAG FRANKY REYES
6. RAZON MICHAEL FERRER
7. SANTOS MARK BALAGUIS
8. FABON JOSEPH ALEXIS MORALES
9. DAVID FRANCIS RC SAZON
10. PLATA JEFFREY SALUTAN
11. TAMBONG MINANDRO CASTRO
12. CASTRO EDSER RICAFRENTE
13. MORENO ROZELLER BAUTISTA
14. DELA CRUZ RYAN OLIDAN
15. DE CASTRO NONILON DIOKNO
16. BACALSO EURIZA SUPILANAS
17. FERRER CARLO JAY YUMUL
18. ESLER JONATHAN GONZALES
19. VALENCIA VERGEL SAN ANDRES
20. ALLAUIGAN RICHARD GONZALES
21. LIBATIQUE MARVIN SANDAGA
22. TABUDLONG MARIO SAN JOSE
23. DACILLO MICHAEL JOEL CAPISTRANO
24. HORTALEZA ANA LOU DALEN
25. ALONZO RYAN ISAAC
26. LIZARDO MARK JOHN CABRERA
27. MULILES ALEXANDER ALVIZ
28. OCAMPO EDWIN ROMERO
29. MANDIA MARKROM ABLING
30. LORENZO JAYCEE GUILALAS
31. MANASAN RUFINO JR SERRANO
32. DORIA JUNN ORTEGA
33. DECEPIDA JAY R FORONDA
34. SAPNU RONNEL VIRAY
35. SANDOVAL EMIL MINESES
36. AQUINO MORTIMER FERNANDEZ
37. DEDICATORIA JED DELA ROSA
38. SANTOS JOEVANNI FAJARDO
39. DE GUZMAN MARSON PORTA
40. PAGUIO MICHAEL RIVERA
41. AQUINO LIMUEL CAPULONG
42. ECLEO RELIETO BANTILAN
43. PANTIONO MARVIN LULU
44. SANCHEZ ROGELIO HISANZA
45. PAREJA RICHARD PITONG
46. VILLAFRANCA RICHARD RAMOS
47. DELOS SANTOS CARLITO BOONGALING
48. SARSONA STEVE PAGUYAN
49. DE SILVA CTRISTINA YACON
50. RAMIREZ MARVIN DUENAS
51. MAGPANTAY MELJHONE MONREAL
52. AGOSTO CELSO JR DALIMOCON
53. AUSTRIA GODOFREDO HAWAK
54. SALAS RUEL DIZON
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

PHILHEALTH ONLINE REGISTRATION



If you want to register tru online PHILHEALTH, its so easy just follow the steps here
first just click www.philhealth.gov.ph

Then click

ONLINE SERVICES

Electronic Registration





click register


then proceed to the next step.
Fill-up the form and follow all the instruction given
and thats it..



Wednesday, June 13, 2012

2012 PRIZE Contest for My Life in Korea

2012 Prize Contest for “My Life in Korea”


By: Seoul PE

The Embassy of the Philippines invites Filipinas married to Koreans to participate in an Essay Writing Contest organized by the Research Institute of Asian Women of Sookmyung Women’s University and the Korea Exchange Bank. The theme of the essay writing contest is “My Life in Korea.”

Contest Details:

1. Applicants: Filipina married immigrants residing in Korea. (Divorcees or Separated are also qualified to apply for the contest.

2. Length of Essay: less than 3 pages in A4-sizes paper.

3. Essays must have the following themes:

a. My Experiences on Korean Culture
(culture Shock, culture conflict, etc.)
b. My Economic Self-reliance (Independence) in Korea
(employment, entrepreneurial activities, etc.)

c. My Child Rearing Story in Korea
(child rearing, child education, etc.)

d. My Traveling Story in Korea

4. Language: Applicant’s native language (ex. Filipino / Tagalog)

5. Submission Period: 14 May to 13 July 2012

6. All essays must be submitted via the following email address:

asianfem@sm.ac.kr

Applicants must write their native country, name, phone number and address alongside their essay.

7. Winners will be announced on 31 October 2012.

8. Prizes:
1 Grand Prize – 3,000,000 won
2 Gold Prizes – 1,000,000 won each
5 Silver Prizes- 700,000 won each
10 Bronze Prizes- 500,000 won each
15 Honorable Mentions- 300,000 won each

For further information please call (02) 710-9198 or 710-9177 or visit http://asianfem.sookmyung.ac.kr

POLO- PHILIPPINE OVERSEAS LABOR OFFICE IN S. KOREA

          One of the most important thing you should know if you're a contract worker is to know where POLO-Philippine Overseas Labor office or the PHILIPPINE EMBASSY, right? because they are just the one who can advice or protect us from any labor issues or problems.

Its primary functions are:
  1. To ensure adequate protection for Filipino workers through verification of employment documents and job orders, and policy recommendations, especially with respect to the Employment Permit System;
  2. To provide on site assistance to OFWs with labor and welfare cases;
  3. To seek new employment opportunities for Filipino job seekers by regularly gathering information and conducting labor market research on overseas manpower requirements.
  4. To promote the over-all welfare of Filipino workers through socio-cultural activities and programs that will help them re-integrate to Philippine society.
In the discharge of the aforesaid functions, POLO Korea collaborates with relevant agencies of the Philippine government and the host country, the Filipino communities, church groups and NGOs.





Its other functions include:

OEC Issuance at the Philippine Embassy
- All vacationing OFWs (Balik Manggagawa) can obtain their OEC at the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO).

Tel.: (02) 3785 3634 to 35
E-mail: labor@philembassy-seoul.com











TRAINING PROGRAMS OF HRD KOREA FOR E-9 WORKERS


I . Vocational competency development training for employed foreign workers.
  1. Vocational training provided for legally employed foreign workers to help them to attain/improve their work performance required for the job.

Plan to be implemented:

Target Trainees.
  1. Non-professional (E-9) foreign workers who are legally staying in Korea.
  2. Foreign workers (E-9) who are referred by companies or want to receive vocational competency development training.

Training Course : 10 types of occupation including basic duties (manufacturing), etc.
  1. Basic duties (manufacturing), basic duties (construction), welding, automobile maintenance, car driving, forklift driving, computer repair, computer utilization, cooking (Korean food), beauty (hair).

Training Institutions : designated 65 professional training institutes.

Training period : June - end of November 2010
  1. Total training hours is 48 hrs (4 to 6 hours every Sunday)

How to apply
  1. Any foreign worker who wants to participate in vocational competency development training will complete an application form for vocational competency development training for employed foreign workers and send it with a copy of his/her Alien Registration Card to a training institute via fax or submit it in person.
  2. For more information on detailed training course by different training institutes and number of trainees to be accepted and application forms, please visit HRDSK’s homepage and find “Notice”.
  3. Website address is www.hrdkorea.or.kr

Privileges after completing courses.
  1. Given priority to be considered for employment by Korean companies residing in their home countries.


II. Skill / business establishment training for returning workers.
  1. It refers to education and training for foreign workers whose expiry dates are close to 6 months or less to assist them to establish/found a small business or to get a job in a Korean company in their home country with a view to promote their voluntary return.

Plan to be implemented:

Training recipients
  1. Foreign workers (E-9) whose visas will expire by the end of March 2011.

Training period
  1. July to late November 2010.

Training hours
  1. 40 hours.
  2. As for occupations that require additional training, expert opinion will be reflected.

Training institute
  1. Designate a professional education and training institute to operate the relevant courses.

Training course
  1. Training to get a job in a Korean company in a source country - Select occupations required by Korean companies in source country (interpretation, computer utilization, automobile driving, etc.)
  2. Skill/business establishment training - reflecting the survey of source countries’ demand for foreign worker preference, select training course by different countries (automobile driving, automobile maintenance, welding, computer repair, etc.)

Privileges after completing a course.
  1. Given priority to be considered for employment by Korean companies residing in their home countries.


III. Employment adjustment education for workplace switchers.
  1. Education for workplace switchers to raise foreign worker’ s domestic employment adjustment capability by informing and consulting them on corporate culture, interpersonal relationship tips, relevant laws, and difficulties, etc. necessary for workplace in Korea.

Plan to be implemented:

Training period
  1. June 18 - December 31, 2010 (8 months)

Training hours
  1. 4 hours (50 min. lecture/10 min break)

Training recipients
  1. Foreign workers who have changed their workplace - workers whose workplace transfer application date is no more than 3 months.

Where to submit
  1. Employment Security Center of the Ministry of Labor, industrial complex offices/branches. Mainly accepted by the Ministry of Labor’s Employment Security Center, when submitting a "workplace transfer application form".

Application procedure
  1. Complete and submit workplace transfer education application - When completing the application form, select the desired training center.

Education courses
  1. 4 courses - understanding of employment permit system, Happy and jolly career, Designing successful life, Interpersonal relationship and problem solving.


For inquiries, please get in touch with:

EMPLOYMENT TRAINING TEAM
Human Resources Development Service of Korea
Telephone Nos. - (02) 3271-9443 to 49
Website - www.hrdkorea.or.kr


NOTICE 224




NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 224)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 11-12, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – June 18, 2012, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. REYES PATRICK JOSEPH OCAMPO
2. DE LEON JEFFREY SOTTO
3. REANO RESSETTE ABRACIA
4. MORALES MARK CORDOVA
5. ENRIQUEZ JOHN VINCENT PABIT
6. PAKINGAN PHILBERT ESPINELI
7. LOAYAN EDMUND SULAPAS
8. DANAN SHERYL MANGLIGOT
9. ARENAS RIZAL JUGUITE
10. MANALANG EDWIN HERRERA
11. LAPIDARIO NESTOR CANSICIO
12. BERAQUIT MARVIEN ARNOLD BELEN
13. ANITO RICHEL ACABAL
14. OCAMPO JULIUS CAESAR BALAHADIA
15. ALEJANDRO RANDY GEREMILLO
16. DACAYANAN JEROME CORPUZ
17. ENDRINAL RONALD MAGNAYE
18. LAMBIGUIT RICHARD PALER
19. ABU ALEXANDER LOTERTE
20. BURGOS CRISANTO JR CASILI
21. ASI RONALD DE TORRES
22. MARTIN EMEL CLARO
23. AMOY JOEY AWAKAN
24. VENZON DERWIN REMIGIO
25. INOCENTE TEOFILO SALBORIO
26. AGGARAO GARY GONZALES
27. CARASO ENRICO CATOTO
28. ALMALVEZ NONIE DAYGON
29. PEREA ARCHIE ARCIAGA
30. ARROYO GOMER VALLADORES
31. MAGLANQUE ELMER SARMIENTO
32. ALZATE MELCHOR ABENOJAR
33. MANGUNE ARIEL INFANTE
34. AMBON NICO CONDE
35. MANAIG EDWIN CATIMBANG
36. DIAZ EFREN JR BULA
37. BARCELON MARNEL GRANADEROS
38. ALCAYDE MARY ANN GERONIMO
39. RAFANAN MA TERESITA GINES
40. NATAVIO CHRISTIAN DE VERA
41. DEL ROSARIO JONATHAN PANGAN
42. MONTEMAYOR MICHAEL MANALANSAN
43. BALUYOT ANGELITO JR FABUNAN
44. RANCE ROMEO HERMOSURA
45. TUAZON DENNIS NAGUIT
46. MORCILLA MACCOY DAVID
47. CASTRO EDWIN RICAFRENTE
48. EXTRA JESIELOU MACALE
49. LATOZA VERLIN TOLENTINO
50. NORBE JONE ESTRELLA
51. RAMOS MICHAEL JUSI
52. HILOMEN CHAM MUELLE
53. CAYA JUN VINCENT ALDAY
54. RIVERA ALDIN PUNZALAN
55. MAMANGUN RUBY BENITO
56. RODRIGUEZ REYNALYN DALISAY
57. DIOKNO ROMMEL LALAGUNA
58. CALMA JONATHAN TONGIO
59. GROSPE RONNIE AGARMA
60. FORONDA WALTER ABULOG
61. ATIENZA JOSEPH GONZALVO
62. BUGTO CARLO CUNAHAP
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

NOTICE 223




NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 223)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 8, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – June 11, 2012, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. VILLANUEVA JORGE PARAS
2. GO GILBERT CAMACHO
3. BAUTISTA RICHARD OCAMPO
4. QUICHO LEE VAN JOHN MOSCOSO
5. MAGBANUA LAURENCE NARVASA
6. BIAGTAN ROMEL YAP
7. MANALO MARK ARGUILLES
8. SALAZAR RHECAR BRUEN
9. HERRERA ANTHONY ALVIZ
10. PINEDA ALPIN ALBERTO
11. VENTURA REGINALDO MADRONIO
12. USBAL MICHAEL ABENILLA
13. MAGUNDAYAO DENNIS TUMALE
14. CABANATAN HENRY SAUCELO
15. LEOBERAS JOEL MASALTA
16. DE VERA JEFFERSON SORIANO
17. AMBATA ANTONIO JR ANAHAW
18. LUZANO JOHN ARIES DELENA
19. ZULUETA JERVY TUAZON
20. DE LA LUNA JOBERT SIGNO
21. GUEVARRA JAYSON NARCISO
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

NOTICE 222



NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 222)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 5-7, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – June 11, 2012, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. CADAVEZ HAROLD CADA
2. ANDRINO SAMUEL ARNOCO
3. TAGAL ARTURO JR CAMPOMANES
4. ALIPIO JOSE MANLICLIC
5. GERONA JUJIM OCURA
6. SAHAGUN SPERJUNE ADRIANO
7. MENDOZA GLEN PINEDA
8. OCAMPO JUANITO JR MANASAN
9. SALAZAR DEXTER SANTIAGO
10. DIMAILIG EDMON LLEMIT
11. MAGPANTAY CHRISTOPHER PEREZ
12. VILLENA ELMAR ENCARNADO
13. BIDOL MICHAEL SURUIZ
14. LLANES ERICSON AMON
15. GUMAPAC GARRY MORTEL
16. SAN PEDRO PAUL ANTHONY SANTIAGO
17. CABATIC BENNY CAPORADO
18. CELESTINO JEFFRREY NAVA
19. ASICAN ABAD FORMES
20. BALLANO ROMELEZA CANTILLER
21. LEONARDO JOHN DOMINIC GUEVARA
22. PIMENTEL RIAN GALAMAY
23. PARAS JOMAR TOLENTINO
24. SERNA JOEL BALIMBIN
25. ENRIQUEZ VINCENT PAUL PABIT
26. CAMANIA JONATHAN CANADA
27. SILAPAN MICHAEL CURAMENG
28. ESPIRITU NORMAN NUGUID
29. MAMARIL JON JON BASA
30. GATUS ROMEO JR MEDINA
31. RIVERA WILSON GEGANTE
32. GUEVARRA JONY MONREAL
33. MASAPOL REX MENES
34. BATAC ALVIN OCAMPO
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on
schedule/s date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon,
please renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing
of your documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be
immediately cancelled by HRD Korea.

NOTICE 221



NOTICE TO EPS WORKERS
(No. 221)
The POEA – Government Placement Branch hereby serves notice to the
following workers who have been provided by Human Resource Development
(HRD) Korea with their Offer/s of Employment on the dates indicated and will
have to report with their original passport to be presented for their scheduled
orientation.
Transfer date by HRD Korea – June 1 & 4, 2012
Orientation Details:
Date – June 11, 2012, 2012 Time – 8:00am
Venue – 4th floor, Multi Purpose Room 1
1. VERGARA MARK LESTER RAMOS
2. QUILONA RAFFY DISCAYA
3. COCHON JERELL OCAMPO
4. PALAYABAN ARISTOTLE DELA CRUZ
5. SUAZE CHRISTOPHER MANILA
6. TIATCO RANIEL DELEON
7. YABUT GILBERT VIRAY
8. ILAO MARK JULIUS AMEN
9. MACASPAC CASEY MIRANDA
10. GUERRERO ARIEL AVANZADO
11. CATAJAN KENNETTE MAGPAYO
12. OCAMPO JEFFREY HIPOLITO
13. BARCAYAN ROLLY JR GAERLAN
14. CAGUIAT JEREMIE RAMOS
15. TELAN CARMELO BINAG
16. BAUTISTA RUSELL MANALOTO
17. VALENCIA LORNA GUANLAO
18. MUNGCAL ANALYN GEGANTE
19. TOLENTINO JENNIFER ALMARIO
20. CARINO CAROL JOY SANTOS
21. MAYO ANDY PAULE
22. QUINIO BENITO DUENAS
23. MANANSALA OLIVER PAGUIO
24. CHAVEZ ARCHIE MENDOZA
Concerned EPS workers are advised to call POEA-GPB immediately at
telephone numbers 7221175 or 7221177 in case they cannot come on schedule/s
date.
If your passport is less than one (1) year validity and due to expire soon, please
renew your passport immediately to avoid delay in the processing of your
documents.
Please be reminded that offer of employment for workers who cannot be
contacted within two (2) weeks from the date of transfer shall be immediately
cancelled by HRD Korea.

Briefer on the Enhanced K to 12 Basic Education Program

Briefer on the Enhanced K to 12 Basic Education Program

[Please note: The K to 12 program was launched on April 24, 2012, and the content of this briefer is outdated. Please view our new entries and more comprehensive information on the K to 12 Basic Education Program through www.gov.ph/k-12]
Briefer prepared by the Department of Education, November 2, 2010
Salient Points on the Enhanced K to 12 Basic Education Program

What is K to 12?
  • K to 12 means Kindergarten and the 12 years of elementary and secondary education.
Kindergarten refers to the 5-year old cohort that takes a standardized kinder curriculum.
Elementary education refers to primary schooling that involves six or seven years of education
Secondary education refers to high school.

How are we planning to implement the K to 12 program?
After considering various proposals and studies, the model that is currently being proposed by DepEd is the K-6-4-2 Model. This model involves Kindergarten, six years of elementary education, four years of junior high school (Grades 7 to 10) and two years of senior high school (Grades 11 to 12). The two years of senior high school intend to provide time for students to consolidate acquired academic skills and competencies.
Features of K 6-4-2
(1) Kindergarten and 12 years of quality basic education is a right of every Filipino, therefore they must be and will be provided by government and will be free.
(2) Those who go through the 12 years cycle will get an elementary diploma (6 years), a junior high school diploma (4 years), and a senior high school diploma (2 years).
(3) A full 12 years of basic education will eventually be required for entry into tertiary level education (entering freshmen by SY 2018-2019 or seven years from now).

  • An open and consultative process will be adopted in the development and implementation of K to 12.
  • Change is two-fold: (a) curriculum enhancement and (b) transition management.

What is Senior High School?
  • 2 years of in-depth specialization for students depending on the occupation/career track they wish to pursue
  • Skills and competencies relevant to the job market
  • The 2 years of senior HS intend to provide time for students to consolidate acquired academic skills and competencies.
  • The curriculum will allow specializations in Science and Technology, Music and Arts, Agriculture and Fisheries, Sports, Business and Entrepreneurship.

What is the proposed implementation plan of DepEd?
Phases of Implementation:
(1) Universal kindergarten will be offered starting SY 2011-2012.
(2) DepEd will begin unclogging the basic education curriculum in SY 2012-2013.
(3) The enhanced 12-year curriculum will be implemented starting with incoming Grade 1 students of SY 2012-2013.
(4) Incoming freshmen of SY 2012-2013 will be the first beneficiary of a free Senior High School education that will be made available by DepEd in public schools beginning SY 2016-2017. Electives to be offered in Senior HS (arts, music, tech-voch..etc)

In implementing the K-6-4-2 proposal, DepEd will take into account the issues and concerns of all stakeholders, including the high school graduates before 2016. This will be done through regional consultations to begin early 2011. The mechanics and other details of the transition plan will be threshed out with HEIs in coordination with CHED, TESDA and other critical stakeholders.

Why add two more years?
  • To decongest and enhance the basic education curriculum
  • To provide better quality education for all
  • The Philippines is the only remaining country in Asia with a 10-year basic education program
  • K to 12 is not new. The proposal to expand the basic education dates back to 1925.
  • Studies in the Philippines have shown that an additional year of schooling increases earnings by 7.5%.
  • Studies validate that improvements in the quality of education will increase GDP growth by 2% to 2.2%.
  • Minus 2 instead of plus 2 for those families who cannot afford a college education but still wish to have their children find a good paying job. Right now, parents spend for at least 4 years of college to have an employable child. In our model, parents will not pay for 2 years of basic education that will give them an employable child. In effect, we are saving parents 2 years of expenses. The plan is not “Plus 2 years before graduation” but “Minus 2 years before work
  • To inspire a shift in attitude that completion of high school education is more than just preparation for college but can be sufficient for a gainful employment or career.

How much will this cost?
  • The immediate cost for the program will not be needed until 2016 when the first year of the two additional years is implemented.
  • Meanwhile, we will continue to close the resource gaps in basic education – the President ordered DepEd to its close resource gaps in 2 years.
At this time, we estimate the total funding requirement to procure all needed resources at P150 billion for:
152,569 new classrooms
103,599 more teachers
95.6 million more books
13.2 million seats
What will society gain from K to 12
  • K to 12 will facilitate an accelerated economic growth.
  • K to 12 will facilitate mutual recognition of Filipino graduates and professionals in other countries.
  • A better educated society provides a sound foundation for long-term socio-economic development.
  • Several studies have shown that the improvements in the quality of education will increase GDP growth by as much as 2%. Studies in the UK, India and US show that additional years of schooling also have positive overall impact on society.
Are private schools obliged to follow?
  • While we enjoy the support of private school associations, we are yet to discuss with them the implementation of the program.
Where are we at now?
  • Insufficient mastery of basic competencies is common due to a congested curriculum. The 12 year curriculum is being delivered in 10 years.
  • High school graduates are younger than 18 years old and lack basic competencies and maturity. They cannot legally enter into contracts and are not emotionally mature for entrepreneurship / employment.
  • Other countries view the 10-year education cycle as insufficient.
K to 12 Education Vision
Graduates of Enhanced K to 12 Basic Education Program will:
  • Acquire mastery of basic competencies.
  • Be more emotionally mature.
  • Be socially aware, pro-active, involved in public and civic affairs.
  • Be adequately prepared for the world of work or entrepreneurship or higher education.
  • Be legally employable with potential for better earnings.
  • Be globally competitive.
  • Every graduate of the Enhanced K to 12 Basic Education Program is an empowered individual who has learned, through a program that is rooted on sound educational principles and geared towards excellence, the foundations for learning throughout life, the competence to engage in work and be productive, the ability to coexist in fruitful harmony with local and global communities, the capability to engage in autonomous critical thinking, and the capacity to transform others and one’s self.
deped.gov.ph

source: http://www.gov.ph/2010/11/02/briefer-on-the-enhanced-k12-basic-education-program/

Application for TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (TIN)

Application for Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN)
DESCRIPTION | FOR SELF-EMPLOYED AND MIXED INCOME INDIVIDUALS | ESTATES | TRUSTS | INDIVIDUALS EARNING PURELY COMPENSATION INCOME | NON-RESIDENT CITIZENS | OCWs/SEAMEN EARNING PURELY FOREIGN-SOURCED INCOME | CORPORATIONS/PARTNERSHIPS (Including Government-Owned and -Controlled Corporations) (Taxable /Non-Taxable) | GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND INSTRUMENTALITIES | LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS | ONE TIME TAXPAYERS (With No Previously Issued TIN) | PERSONS REGISTERING UNDER E.O. 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office, e.g. LTO, NBI, DFA, etc.) | RELATED REVENUE ISSUANCES | CODAL REFERENCE | FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
DESCRIPTION

Any person, whether natural or juridical, required under the authority of the Internal Revenue Code to make, render or file a return, statement or other documents, shall be supplied with or assigned a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) to be indicated in the return, statement or document to be filed with the Bureau of Internal Revenue, for his proper identification for tax purposes (Sec. 236 (j) of the Tax Code).


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FOR SELF-EMPLOYED AND MIXED INCOME INDIVIDUALS




Tax Form

BIR Form 1901- Application for Registration for Self-Employed and Mixed Income Individuals, Estates/Trusts
Documentary Requirements
For single proprietors, mixed income earners
Mayor’s Business Permit or duly received Application for Mayor’s Business Permit, if the former is not available
For Professionals where PTR is not required (e.i. Consultants, Agents, Artist, Underwriters & the like):
a) Occupational Tax Receipt (OTR)/ Professional Tax Receipt (PTR);
b) Birth Certificate;
c) Marriage Contract, if applicable;
d) Contract/Company Certification.
Other documents for submission only if applicable:
a) Contract of Lease;
b) DTI Certificate of Registration Business Name, if business trade name shall be used;
c) Certificate of Authority if Barangay Micro Business Enterprises (BMBE) registered entity;
d) Proof of Registration/Permit to Operate with Board of Investment (BOI/Board of Investment for Autonomous Region for Muslim Mindanao (BOI-ARMM), Philippine Export Zone Authority (PEZA), Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) and Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA);
e) Franchise Agreement;
f) Sworn Statement of Capital;
g) Working Permit for non-resident;
h) Waiver of husband to claim additional exemption;
i) Marriage Contract; and
j) Birth Certificate of declared dependents.
In the case of registration of branch/Facility type:
a) Copy of the COR of the Head office for facility type to be used by a particular branch;
b) Mayor’s Permit or duly received Application for Mayor’s Business Permit, if the former is not yet available;
c) DTI Certificate of Registration of Business Name, if a business trade name shall be used; and
d) Contract of Lease, if applicable.

Documentary Requirements for new application of Authority to Print (ATP)
BIR form 1906 together with the following:
- Job order
- Final & clear sample
- Photo copy of COR/paid ARF of TP & Printer
- Printers’ Certificate of Delivery (PCD)
Documentary Requirements for new Registration of Books of Accounts
BIR form 1905 together with the following:
- New sets of books of accounts
- Photocopy of COR & paid current ARF (for immediate verification and in case of systems downtime)

Procedures

a) Accomplish BIR Form 1901 and submit the same together with the documentary requirements to the RDO having jurisdiction over the place where the head office and branch, respectively.
b) Pay the Annual Registration Fee (P500.00) at the Authorized Agent Banks (AABs) of the concerned RDO.
c) Pay Documentary Stamp Tax (DST) (loose DST / BIR Form 2000* for DST on Contract of Lease, etc). Present proofs of payment.
d) Submit requirements for ATP and registration of books of accounts.
e) Attend the taxpayer’s initial briefing to be conducted by the RDO concerned for new registrants in order to apprise them of their rights and duties/responsibilities.
f) The RDO shall then issue the Certificate of Registration (Form 2303) together with the “Ask for Receipt” notice, Authority to Print and Books of Accounts.

Deadline
All Individuals engaged in trade or business shall accomplish and file the application on or before the commencement of business operation or from the day the first (1st) transaction occurred or within thirty (30) days from the application with LGU for issuance of Mayor’s Permit/Professional Tax Receipt (PTR), which ever comes earlier.



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ESTATES

Tax Form

BIR Form 1901- Application for Registration for Mixed Income Individuals, Estates And Trusts
Documentary Requirements
Ø Death Certificate of the Deceased

Procedures

a) Accomplish BIR Form 1901and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the registered address of the estate.
b) Pay the Annual Registration Fee (P 500.00) at the Authorized Agent Banks of the RDO

Deadline

Ø Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due.


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TRUSTS

Tax Form
BIR Form 1901- Application for Registration for Mixed Income Individuals, Estates And Trusts

Documentary Requirements
Trust Agreement

Procedures
a) Accomplish BIR Form 1901and submit the same together with the required attachments to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the registered address of the trusts.
b) Pay the Annual Registration Fee (P500.00) at the Authorized Agent Banks of the RDO

Deadline
-Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due


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INDIVIDUALS EARNING PURELY COMPENSATION INCOME

Tax Form
BIR Form 1902 - Application for Registration For Individuals Earning Purely Compensation Income, and Non-Resident Citizens / Resident Alien Employee
Documentary Requirements

Birth certificate of applicant or any valid ID that will show the applicant's complete name, birth date and signature;
Birth certificates of declared dependents if any;
Waiver of husband on his right to claim additional exemptions, if wife claims exemption;
Marriage contract, if married

For employers using eREG System, the above requirements shall be required from their employees
Procedures

1. Accomplish BIR Form 1902 and submit the same together with the documentary requirements to the employer.
2. The employer shall accomplish the applicable sections of the application form.
3. Submit BIR Form 1902 to the Revenue District Office (RDO) having jurisdiction over the place of office of the employer where such employee is expected to report for work.

Deadline
New employees shall accomplish and file the application within ten (10) days from date of employment.



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NON-RESIDENT CITIZENS

Tax Form
BIR Form 1902 - Application for Registration for Individuals Earning Purely Compensation Income and Non Resident Citizens/OCWS/Seamen Earning Purely Foreign-Sourced Income

Documentary Requirements
- Passport with Visa of the Applicant

Procedures
Accomplish BIR Form 1902 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the RDO having jurisdiction over the place of residence of the applicant.

Deadline
Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due


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OCWs/SEAMEN EARNING PURELY FOREIGN-SOURCED INCOME

Tax Form
BIR Form 1902 - Application for Registration for Individuals Earning Purely Compensation Income and Non Resident Citizens/OCWS/Seamen Earning Purely Foreign Sourced Income

Documentary Requirements
- Birth certificate or any valid identification showing name, address and birth date; or -Passport with visa; or
- Employment contract

Procedures
- Accomplish BIR Form 1902 and submit the same, together with the required attachments to the RDO having jurisdiction over the place of residence of the applicant.

Deadline
Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due


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CORPORATIONS/PARTNERSHIPS (Including Government-Owned and -Controlled Corporations) (Taxable /Non-Taxable)




Tax Form

BIR Form 1903 - Application for Registration for Corporations/ Partnerships (Taxable/Non-Taxable)

Documentary Requirements
For Corporations/Partnerships
Copy of SEC Registration and Articles of Incorporation/Articles of Partnerships, as the case may be;
Copy of Mayor’s Business Permit or duly received Application for Mayor’s Business Permit, if the former is not yet available
Other documents for submission only if applicable:
a) Contract of Lease;
b) Certificate of Authority if Barangay Micro Business Enterprises (BMBE) registered entity;
d) Franchise Agreement;
e) License to Do Business in the Philippines, in case of resident foreign corporation;
f) Proof of Registration/Permit to Operate with BOI, SBMA, BCDA, PEZA.
For Cooperatives
Copy of CDA Certificate of Registration
In the case of registration of branch/facility type:
a) Copy of the COR of the Head office for facility type to be used by a particular branch;
b) Mayor’s Permit or duly received Application for Mayor’s Business Permit, if the former is not yet available and
c) Contract of Lease, if applicable.

Documentary Requirements for new application of Authority to Print
BIR form 1906 together with the following:
- Job order
- Final & clear sample
- Photo copy of COR/paid ARF of TP & Printer
- Printers’ Certificate of Delivery (PCD)
Documentary Requirements for new Registration of Books of Accounts
BIR form 1905 together with the following:
- New sets of books of accounts
- Photocopy of COR & paid current ARF (for immediate verification and in case of systems downtime)


Procedures

a) Accomplish BIR Form 1901 and submit the same together with the documentary requirements to the RDO having jurisdiction over the place where the head office and branch, respectively.
b) Pay the Annual Registration Fee (P500.00) at the Authorized Agent Banks (AABs) of the concerned RDO.
c) Pay Documentary Stamp Tax (DST) (loose DST / BIR Form 2000* for DST on Contract of Lease, etc). Present proofs of payment.

d) Submit requirements for ATP and registration of books of accounts.

e) Attend the taxpayer’s initial briefing to be conducted by the RDO concerned for new registrants in order to apprise them of their rights and duties/responsibilities.
f) The RDO shall then issue the Certificate of Registration (Form 2303) together with the “Ask for Receipt” notice, Authority to Print and Books of Accounts.


Deadline
Corporations, partnerships, joint ventures shall accomplish and file the application before the commencement of business operation.
In the case of corporations where documentary stamp tax (DST) is required to be paid within five (5) days after the close of the month, BIR Registration shall be done on or before payment of DST due.


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GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND INSTRUMENTALITIES

Tax Form
BIR Form 1903 - Application for Registration for Corporations/Partnerships (Taxable/Non-Taxable), including GAIs and LGUs

Documentary Requirements
Unit or Agency’s Charter

Procedures
-Accomplish BIR Form 1903 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the registered address of the government agencies and instrumentalities.

Deadline
Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment any tax due


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LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS

Tax Form
BIR Form 1903 - Application for Registration for Corporations/Partnerships (Taxable/Non Taxable), including GAIs and LGUs

Documentary Requirements
Unit or Agency’s Charter

Procedures
- Accomplish BIR Form 1903 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the registered address of the government agencies and instrumentalities or local government units.

Deadline
Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due


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ONE TIME TAXPAYERS (With No Previously Issued TIN)

1. PAYOR OF CAPITAL GAINS TAX INVOLVING SHARES OF STOCKS

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer And Persons Registering Under EO 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office)

Documentary Requirements
-Birth certificate or any valid identification showing name, address and birth date of applicant (buyer and seller)
-Deed of Sale


Procedures
- Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the registered address of the seller / transferror.

Deadline
Application shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due.


2. PAYOR OF FINAL CAPITAL GAINS TAX INVOLVING REAL PROPERTIES

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer And Persons Registering Under EO 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office)

Documentary Requirements
- Birth certificate or any valid identification showing name, address and birth date of applicant (buyer and seller)
- Deed of Sale

Procedures
Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the location of the property.

Deadline
Application shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due.


3. PAYOR OF DONOR’s TAX FOR RESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer and Persons Registering Under EO 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office)
Documentary Requirements
-Birth certificate or any valid identification showing name, address and birth date of the donor -Deed of Donation

Procedures
If Donation Is Real Property
- Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the place of domicile of the donor at the time of donation.

If Donation Is Personal Property
- Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the address/domicile of the donor at the time of donation.

Deadline
Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due.


4. PAYOR OF DONOR’s TAX FOR NON-RESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer And Persons Registering Under EO 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office)

Documentary Requirements
- Birth certificate or any valid identification showing name, address and birth date of the donor
- Deed of Donation

Procedures

If Donation Is Real Property
- Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office No. 39 – South Quezon City.

If Donation Is Personal Property
- Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, at RDO 39 – South Quezon City.

Deadline
Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due.


5. PAYOR OF ESTATE TAX - Decedent with legal residence in the Philippines at the time of death

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer And Persons Registering Under EO 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office)

Documentary Requirements
- Death certificate of decedent

Procedures
- Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the domicile/permanent residence of the decedent at the time of death.

Deadline
- Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due.


6. PAYOR OF ESTATE TAX – Non-Resident Decedent Without Administrator in the Philippines

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer And Persons Registering Under EO 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office)

Documentary Requirements
Death certificate of decedent

Procedures
Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, at RDO 39 – South Quezon City.

Deadline
Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due.


7. PAYOR OF ESTATE TAX – Non - Resident Decedent With Administrator in the Philippines

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer And Persons Registering Under EO 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office)

Documentary Requirements
- Death certificate of decedent
- Birth certificate or any valid identification showing name, registered address residence address, birth date of the Philippine Administrator

Procedures
- Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the place where administrator is registered or in the absence of registration, in the place of residence of the administrator.

Deadline
- Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due.


8. PAYOR OF FINAL TAX ON WINNINGS

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer And Persons Registering Under EO 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office)

Documentary Requirements
- Certification from awarding company/person

Procedures
- Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over residence of the applicant.

Deadline
- Application for registration shall be accomplished and filed before filing a return, statement or declaration as required in the Tax Code and payment of any tax due


9. VEHICLE REGISTRANT

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration of One Time Taxpayer And Persons Registering Under EO 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office)

Documentary Requirements
- Birth certificate or any valid identification showing name, address and birth date of applicant
- Deed of Sale and Official Receipt or Cash Invoice

Procedures
- Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same, together with the required attachments, to the Revenue District Office having jurisdiction over the registered address of the applicant.

Deadlines
- Application shall be accomplished and filed before transacting with any government agencies or instrumentalities.


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PERSONS REGISTERING UNDER E.O. 98 (securing a TIN to be able to transact with any government office, e.g. LTO, NBI, DFA, etc.)

Tax Form
BIR Form 1904 - Application for Registration for One-Time Taxpayer and Persons Registering under E.O. 98 (Securing a TIN to be able to transact with any Government Office)
Documentary Requirements
Individual
1) Birth Certificate; or
2) Any valid ID that will show the applicant's complete name, birth date and signature, such as, but not limited to:
a) Driver's License;
b) IBP ID;
c) PRC ID and/or;
d) Passport (also in case of non-resident alien not engaged in trade or business)
3) Marriage Contract, if married;
Non-Individual
Document to support transaction of non-resident foreign corporation with the withholding agent/payor

Procedures
Accomplish BIR Form 1904 and submit the same together with the documentary requirements to the RDO having jurisdiction over the residence of the applicant.

Deadlines
Application shall be accomplished and filed before transacting with any government agencies or instrumentalities.


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RELATED REVENUE ISSUANCES

RR No. 13-93, RR No. 2-96, RR No. 11-99, RR No. 11-2000, RR No. 3-2003 and RR No.12-2003
RMO No. 22-91, RMO No. 23-91, RMO No. 41-94, RMO No. 48-94, RMO No. 54-97, RMO No. 54-98, RMO No. 82-99, RMO No. 11-2000 and RMO No. 10-2002
RMC No. 58-91, RMC No. 39-95 and RMC No. 6-2003


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CODAL REFERENCE

Section 232 to 235 of the National Internal Revenue Code


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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1) Who are required to register with the BIR?

Any person, whether natural or juridical, required under the authority of the Internal Revenue Code to make, render or file a return, statement or other documents shall be supplied with or assigned a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), which he shall indicate in such return, statement or document filed with the Bureau of Internal Revenue for his proper identification for tax purposes.

2) Are non-resident aliens and non-resident foreign corporations receiving income from sources within the Philippines required to register with the BIR?

No, tax due from them shall be remitted/paid to the BIR by the payor who shall constitute as the withholding agent of the tax (RMC 39-95).

3) If the taxpayer is engaged in VATable activity, but the gross sales or receipts from business or practice of profession is P 550,000.00 or below, is he required to register?

Yes, he is required to register as a Non-VAT taxpayer. However, if his gross sales or receipts is more than P 100,000.00 but does not exceed P 550,000.00, he has the option to register as VAT taxpayer. In the case of marginal income earners with gross sales or receipts of P 100,000 and below, they have no other option but to register as non-VAT taxpayer (RMC 39-95).

4) Are taxpayers required to register their business annually?

No, taxpayers are required to register only once before commencing their business. However, they are required to pay the registration fee of P 500.00 annually.

5) Are there instances where the taxpayers are required to register more than once?

Yes, registered taxpayers are required to register again in the following instances:
a) Establishment of new branch/storage place/place of production
b) Engaging in different business activity (i.e. a VAT taxpayer engaging in a non-VAT activity or vice versa)
c) Major changes in business structure resulting to change of ownership

6) When is the taxpayer required to apply for registration and pay the registration fee?

New taxpayers shall apply for registration and pay the registration fee before commencing their business. Thereafter, taxpayers should pay the annual registration fee not later than January 31 every year.

Note: Persons engaged in either VAT or Non-VAT taxable business, whose gross sales or receipts did not exceed P 100,000 for the immediately preceding 12-month period is exempt from paying the annual registration fee.

7) Where should a taxpayer register?

All taxpayers are required to register with the RDO having jurisdiction over the head office, branch office, place of production or storage place where inventory of goods for sale or use in business are kept.

8) Are branches, storage places and places of production also required to pay the Annual Registration Fee of P 500?

Each branch is required to pay the Annual Registration Fee of P 500. However, storage and production places are liable to the annual registration fee only when sales operations are conducted thereat.

9) Who are required to register without paying the registration fee?
a) Non-stock, non-profit organizations and associations, not engaged in trade or business, and cooperatives (RMO 41-94)
b) Government agencies and instrumentalities, government offices not engaged in proprietary activities
c) Storage places/place of production/extension offices where no selling operations are conducted thereat (RMO 41-94)
d) Taxpayers enjoying exemptions under R.A. 6810 (Kalakalan 20)
e) Persons engaged in either VAT or Non-VAT taxable business, whose gross sales or receipts did not exceed P 100,000 for the immediately preceding 12-month period (RR 11-2000)
f) Persons who will be engaging in business for first time whose expected gross sales or receipts for any 12-month period will not exceed P 100,000 (marginal income earner) (RR 11-2000)
g) Individuals earning purely compensation income/overseas workers (Sec. 236 of the NIRC)


10) Are taxpayers transferring business address within the year either within the same district or to another district required to pay another registration fee of P 500?

No, since the annual registration fee is payable annually, they are no longer required to pay the registration fee to the new district office, provided the P 500 was already paid.

11) After complying with all the requirements for registration, what document will be issued to the taxpayer as proof of registration?

Certificate of Registration (BIR Form 2303)

12) When will the Certificate of Registration be issued to the taxpayer?

The Certificate of Registration (BIR Form 2303) will be issued not later than five (5) working days from filing of application and submission of all documentary requirements, and upon presentation of duly validated BIR Form 0605 as proof of payment of Annual Registration Fee or Official Receipt.

13) Who will issue the Certificate of Registration?

The RDO having jurisdiction of the head office, branch, storage/ production place shall issue the Certificate of Registration.

14) How many Certificate of Registration (BIR Form 2303) shall be issued by the Revenue District Office?

For every Application for Registration, there shall be a corresponding Certificate of Registration to be issued to the head office and each branch, each storage place or each place of production being registered.

15) How are the registered activities reflected in the Certificate of Registration?

The RDO issuing the Certificate of Registration shall reflect the registered activities in the Certificate by checking the box(es) corresponding to the approved registered activities, and cross- out the boxes not applicable. For example, if the registration is for VAT only, the RDO shall check the box for VAT and cross-out all other boxes.

16) Why is there a need to cross-out in the Certificate of Registration the activities which have not been applied for registration by the taxpayer?

This is to prevent the taxpayer from making undue alterations in his Certificate of Registration.

17) What will the taxpayer do with the Certificate of Registration and the Proof of Payment of Annual Registration Fee?

The original copy of Certificate of Registration and the duly validated BIR Form 0605 as proof of payment of Annual Registration Fee are required to be displayed in any conspicuous place in the head office, branch office, storage place or place of production.

18) What are the instances when a taxpayer can apply for cancellation of his registration?

A taxpayer can apply for cancellation of his registration in the following instances:

a) due to closure/cessation or termination of business; and
b) change in organization structure.

19) Is there a particular form prescribed for Application for Cancellation of Registration?

Yes, BIR Form 1905 (Application for Registration Information Update).

20) Where shall the Application for Registration Information Update be filed?

It shall be filed with the RDO who issued the Certificate of Registration. For VAT taxpayer, he shall further notify the RDO where the Home Office is registered.

21) If a taxpayer is in doubt of his status as VAT taxpayer, what is he supposed to do?

Go to the RDO who has jurisdiction over his place of business and seek assistance.

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