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Philippines Gov Services Guides

These archives of posts are about the available government services in the Philippines. You will read here the complete step by step guides on how you can avail the different services available for Filipino citizens living in the country and even abroad.

This will provide complete guides to avail services such as becoming a member of the Social Security System, registering to Professional Regulation Commission, training from Technical Education, and Skills Development Authority, Phillippine Health Insurance Corporation, Pag-Ibig Fund, and Philippine Overseas Employment Administration.

The list of board exam passers based on their respective profession is also shown here.

When there is no sss branch in your city or province, your other option is calling the sss hotline numbers to talk to their customer service representative. They are happy to assist you during office hours from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday (except public holidays). You can inquire by phone about updates […] Read more

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You can update, correct, or change the typo errors on your sss member information through your my.sss account in 3 minutes. You will also know here the selected member information that you can amend online and the complete steps to do so. As an SSS member, it is necessary that we maintain an up-to-date record […] Read more

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SSS e4 form or “member data change request” is a form that you need to submit if you will change or update your membership information with the social security system. You have to properly fill out the e-4 form and submit it together with the original or certified true copy of the supporting documents to […] Read more

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The SSS E1 form is necessary if you plan to apply for an SS number because it is part of your pre-employment requirement. On the other hand, you need the same E-1 form if you will apply for an sss number under voluntary membership such as a self-employed, unemployed spouse, or as an Overseas Filipino […] Read more

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Your beneficiaries or dependents as seen on your sss records are the rightful persons who will receive your sss benefits. SSS will give it to them in the form of a monthly pension or lumpsum payment when you passed away. This depends on their hierarchy or order of dependents based on the Social Security Act […] Read more

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The authentication request for your PRC board certificates such as board rating, board passing, ID, and certificate of registration is now on a per appointment basis. You can get an appointment scheduled online on your LERIS account. Afterward, you have to show up at the PRC branch on your appointment date to process the authentication […] Read more

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