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e-Apostille Service for PSA Documents

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(1 April 2024, Singapore) – The Philippine Embassy in Singapore is pleased to inform the public that it now accepts digital/electronic Apostille (e-Apostille) certificates of Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-issued birth, marriage and CENOMAR e-certificates.

The new e-Apostille certificates may be submitted as part of the documentary requirements for a range of consular services, including (1) Solemnization of marriages between two Filipino nationals in Singapore, (2) Reports of marriage, (3) Requests for Certification of No Impediment to Marry, and (4) Updating of marital status and name for passport Applications.

The e-Apostille system, launched by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on 19 March 2024, allows applicants to request for the Apostillization of their documents online, eliminating the need for applicants to personally visit the DFA or PSA offices. Applicants will receive their e-Apostilles and e-Certificates directly through their registered email addresses. With this system, applicants will no longer receive physical copies of their certificates.

The procedure for applying for e-Apostilles of PSA e-certificates is as follows:

  1. Visit the official DFA Apostille website:
  2. Select “e-Apostille for PSA Documents”.
  3. Once at the PSAHelpline website, click on “Order E-Cert” and proceed with the ordering process.
  4. Provide all the necessary information and take note of your Reference Number.
  5. Complete payment through the available payment channels.
  6. Wait for the notification confirming the receipt of your E-Cert by the DFA and the subsequent issuance of your e-Apostille.
  7. Print out the e-Apostille PSA certificate for submission.

The Embassy will continue to accept original Apostilled PSA certificates.

For more information regarding the DFA’s Apostille service, please visit END

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