Steps in Renewing Expired PRC ID
Big Changes for the Past Three Years of not visiting PRC
I renewed my PRC ID last September 25, 2014. It's been expired since August 22, 2014.
The new way of processing really surprised me and at the same time confusing. I've never been there for a long time. It was already 3 years had gone by so, many changes are already implemented at the main office of PRC in Manila. Since I am very familiar with their rules, that day I went directly upstairs where I thought the renewing of ID for teachers still the same, it was on the third floor but, I was confused when I saw different professionals inside the room. I asked one person and told me he is there for registration.
So guys, the following below are the new steps in renewing ID for all professions. I was kinda relieved when I've learned that it was very simple and quick. I received my newly renewed ID after an hour depends on the date you chose but that time I was lucky because few professionals were doing the same thing. I arrived there at 2 pm and went out of the PRC office at 3 pm 0r 3:30 pm.
1st step: Go to information desk near the gate. Tell him you will renew your ID so that he can give you a form. They call it window R.
2nd step: Fill out the form with your correct information and paste a passport size photo.
3rd step: If you don't have photo yet, They have rush ID beside the counter worth 85 pesos just make sure the background is white and with name tag. Show your face in the photo, meaning set your bangs aside if you have bangs because PRC won't accept if they can not see your eyes. You will end up paying again by taking another photo.
4th step: Submit your form to counter 15 inside the building at the end office and wait for your name to be called.
5th step: When you heard your name was called, just get the form from that personnel and go to the cashier window to pay the fee then wait again for your name call.
6th step: When they call you together with the other professionals, go to the table of releasing to get ready to get your ID by your hand then, sign in their logbook with your signature.
Very simple and no hassle. You can go out with a smile in your face. I paid 480 pesos. That means they increased already the fine.
What to bring: Expired ID, pen, paste, passport size photo, money.
Computation: 450 for annual fee plus 30 per month of delayed.
So, now you know how to renew it and how much will it cost for you to renew your ID.
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