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National Statistics Office (NSO)-Caraga
« on: August 26, 2017, 05:09:08 PM »
NSO-Caraga orients stakeholders on civil registration
by Robert E. Roperos

BUTUAN CITY (24 June 2005) -- National Statistics Office (NSO)-Caraga announced its client service-oriented program in support to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's electronic governance. Dubbed as "Census Serbilis Center Services", it seeks to fast track the processing of any transactions in Civil Registration thru the use of computers. With this program, a certain transaction will be processed in just 30 minutes compared to the previous that runs 10 to 15 days. NSO-Caraga Regional Director Victor Baugbog announced that this service is now available to all its clients here in Caraga, during the recent conduct of a one-day forum on Civil Registration here.

Director Baugbog also enjoined the participants to the forum that as stakeholders, they must be updated on the latest developments in Civil Registration.

"Civil Registration is a continuous, permanent, and compulsory recording of vital events occurring in the life of an individual such as birth, marriage, and death, as well as all court decrees, and legal instruments affecting his civil status in appropriate registers as mandated by Act No. 3753, the Civil Registry Law", Baugbog emphasized.

As to the uses of the Civil Registry documents, Baugbog said that these records establish the occurrence of birth, death, or marriage, and therefore provide prima facie evidence of facts surrounding these events. These also provide data on the number of births, deaths, marriages, fetal deaths, adoptions, and the like, which in turn are essential in development planning. He also explained the rules and regulations governing registration of acts and events concerning civil status of Indigenous People as contained in Administrative Order No. 2004-03.

Several laws governing civil registration were further explained by resource persons, after which an open forum followed to clear up issues not adequately understood by those in attendance.

The Birth Registration of Children in Need of Special Protection (CNSP) as contained in Memo Circular No. 2004-01 was also explained. CNSP includes, but is not limited to children who are sexually/physically-abused, in commercial sexual exploitation, in conflict with the law, involved in armed conflict, victims of child labor, in various circumstances of disability, directly affected by HIV/STD, in substance abuse, mentally challenged, and abandoned or without primary caregiver.

Salient features of Republic Act No. 9255 that allows illegitimate children to use the surname of their father, amending Article 176 of Executive Order No. 209, otherwise known as the "Family Code of the Philippines", was also taken up.

Another important document discussed is Republic Act 9048 which authorizes City/Municipal Civil Registrar or Consul General to correct a clerical or typographical error in an entry and/or change the first name or nickname in the Civil Register without need of a judicial order". (PIA Caraga)
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