Registration of newborn infant at immigration office and Philippine embassy

rainer2005

08-24-2005, 05:43 PM

mga kabayan,good pm po.

itatanong ko po kung ano ba ang mga documents na dapat ayusin sa immigration at phil embassy kapag nagkaanak sa jpn ang mag asawang pinoy citizens na legally residing sa jpn.sana po mula sa pagbubuntis hanggang sa maikuha ng pasport ang beybi.wala po kasi akong time tumawag pag office hrs sa mga opisinang yan kasi nag-aral ako.

Paul

08-24-2005, 06:23 PM

pag nagbuntis ang asawa mo at dinala mo na sa ospital o maternity clinic, bibigyan kayo ng boshi-techo. dun ire-record ang progress ng pregnancy at development ng bata. pagkapanganak ng baby, bibigyan ka ng birth certificate sa ospital na dadalhin mo sa ward office (kuyakusho) o city hall (shiyakusho) para makakuha ng official birth certificate (shussei shoumeisho) at mai-register siya. gagawan na rin siya ng alien registration na patatatakan sa immigration (kahit wala pang passport).

sa pagkuha naman ng passport, eto ang requirements (NameBright - Coming Soon) ng Philippine Embassy.

  1. Duly accomplished passport application form, available at the Consular Information Counter;

  2. Three (3) passport-size photos; with plain white background and head size corresponding to specifications in the form;

  3. Report of Birth or ROB (if not yet applied for, see Report of Birth Section) - please present original copy and submit one photocopy;

  4. Report of Marriage or ROM of parents (if parents were married in Japan) or marriage contract of parents (if parents were married in the Philippines). If parents are married in another country, one (1) photocopy of Report of Marriage issued by Philippine Embassy or Philippine Consulate General in the country where the marriage ceremony took place.

NOTE: ROM need not be submitted if applicant is illegitimate / the applicant’s parents are not married

  1. Photocopy of the following pages of passports of parents:
    a. data page
    b. visa page
    c. page bearing the signature of the signing officer
  2. One (1) photocopy of birth certificate of mother or father.

Passport Fee: ¥10,500
Applicable fees would apply for ROB and ROM if these documents are applied for simultaneously.
yung report of birth (ROB) pwede mo na ring isabay. eto naman ang requirements para sa ROB (NameBright - Coming Soon).

Report of Birth (ROB)

For a Child of Married Parents (Legitimate)

As a basic rule, Report of Birth forms should be filled-up and signed by one of the parents who is a Filipino national.

  1. Duly Accomplished Report of Birth Forms (Available at the Information Counter) - submit three (3) original copies

  2. Child’s Birth Certificate (Shussei Shomeisho) or Maternity Record Book (Boshi Techo) - to be translated at the Philippine Embassy - present original document and submit three (3) photocopies

  3. Parent’s Marriage Contract (if married in the Philippines) or Report of Marriage from Philippine Embassy (if married in Japan or outside the Philippines) - submit three (3) photocopies

  4. Mother’s Passport or Travel Document or Affidavit of Identity (if mother is NOT a Filipino, Passport or Driver’s License) - present original copy and submit three (3) photocopies

  5. Mother’s Birth Certificate (or Father’s Birth Certificate if the mother is NOT a Filipino) - submit three (3) photocopies

  6. Father’s Passport or Travel Document or Affidavit of Identity or Driver’s License (if father is NOT Filipino, Passport or Driver’s License) - present original copy and submit three (3) photocopies

  7. Affidavit of Legitimation - if the child was born before the parents got married and there was no impediment for them to get married at the time of child’s birth (form available at the Consular Information Counter) - submit three (3) copies

Basic Fees:
ROB and Translation of Boshi Techo or Shussei Shomeisho ¥ 10,500.
Affidavit of Legitimation (if child was born before marriage of parents) ¥ 5,250.
ako hindi na pinagbayad ng translation fee kasi meron din akong nakuhang english na birth certificate galing sa ospital.

yung passport application form (http://philembassy.net/tokyo/downloads/Passport%20Form.pdf) pwede mong i-download mula sa website ng embassy. pero yung ROB form hindi downloadable. :frowning:

kung malayo ka sa tokyo o osaka, ipadala mo na lang yung application by mail para walang hassle.

makulit

08-24-2005, 08:48 PM

after getting your newborn baby’s passport, kailangan i-apply mo sya ng dependent visa. eto po ang requirements ng immigration.

  1. Birth certificate issued by the City office.
  2. Copy of passport and visa (both parents)
  3. Filled in application.

rainer2005

08-30-2005, 09:54 AM

tnx paul and makulit to for your very informative replies…

kochslow

04-06-2007, 09:57 AM

pwede bang thru mail magapply ng passport and ROB? kahit na first time applicant (since for the baby?). Thanks!

kochslow

04-06-2007, 10:02 AM

one more question. anong visa binigay sa baby niyo (if both parents are filipino, one with permanent visa and spouse of a permanent visa?). nung nagtanong ako sa chiba immigration, binigay sa kin na application for my baby is for permanent resident. di ko alam kung naintindihan ako nung immigration staff. or is this possible? salamat.

maimai

04-06-2007, 10:31 AM

pwede bang thru mail magapply ng passport and ROB? kahit na first time applicant (since for the baby?). Thanks!

hi kochslow…

yup…pwede mo ipamail ang REPORT OF BIRTH…:slight_smile:

pero yung application for new passport.di yata pwede…:slight_smile:

Pakitingnan yung nakasulat sa ibaba…kinuha ko yan sa site nila…

http://www.tokyope.org/

SERVICES BY MAIL*

The following applications may be sent by mail and without any need for personal appearance by the applicant:

Application for Renewal of Passport
Application for Passport amendment
Application for Report of Divorce
Application for Report of Marriage
Application for Report of BirthAll documentary requirements must be complete upon submission of application. Applicant should enclose a self-addressed, appropriately-sized, stamped envelope. Payment for the services must be transmitted via Genkin Kakitome with the Post Office.

striver

04-07-2007, 12:25 AM

actually the type of visa that will be given for the child is the same to his/her parents. so, kung permanent visa na ang tatay nya, that will be the one that will be follow. ito po ang nasusunod since the father is the main provider of the child. di pwedeng mahiwalay sa kanya yon. yon ang binibigyan ng priority ng immigration.

one more question. anong visa binigay sa baby niyo (if both parents are filipino, one with permanent visa and spouse of a permanent visa?). nung nagtanong ako sa chiba immigration, binigay sa kin na application for my baby is for permanent resident. di ko alam kung naintindihan ako nung immigration staff. or is this possible? salamat.

kochslow

04-09-2007, 07:31 AM

Thank you striver and maimai for the informative replies. :slight_smile:

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