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Procedure[edit]


You are a Philippines citizen or resident. You were a registered voter. In addition, your name has been omitted, misspelled or erroneously written in the precinct certified list of the immediate preceding elections. You may personally, or through your authorized representative, file an Application for Reinstatement with a suitable election office or post not later than ninety days before the start of voting period. To do it, please follow:

For overseas Filipino voters[edit]

  1. Prepare the requirements:
    • Your valid Philippine passport, or a certification from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) in lieu of a passport
    • For seafarers, a photocopy of the Seaman’s Book
    • For dual citizens or those who reacquired or retained Filipino citizenship via Republic Act 9225, the original or certified true copy of the Order of Approval, or the Identification Certificate issued by the foreign posts or the Bureau of Immigration.
    • Application for Reinstatement in the National Registry of Overseas Voters Application for Reinstatement or Application for Correction of Wrong Entries/Misspelled Names/Change of Name and Other Entries in the Voter's ID/National Registry of Overseas Voters (NROV) Application for Correction

  2. Apply for Reinstatement of name.
    • Visit a suitable office in the Field Registration Centres Registration Centers or the List of Consular Jurisdictions Refer Link to accomplish the above OVF No 1D form or OAVF No 1E form. Present the required documents and follow all of the officer’s guiding to reinstate your name in the Voter list.

For general voters[edit]

  1. . Prepare the requirements:
    One of the valid identification documents):
    • Employee’s identification card (ID), with the signature of the employer or authorized representative;
    • Postal ID
    • PWD Discount ID;
    • Student’s ID or library card, signed by the school authority
    • Senior Citizen’s ID;
    • Driver’s license;
    • NBI clearance;
    • Passport;
    • SSS/GSIS ID;
    • Integrated bar of the Philippine (IBP) ID;
    • License issued by the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC);
    • Certificate of Confirmation issued by the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) in case of members of ICCs or IPs; or
    • Any other valid ID
      In the absence of any of the above-mentioned identification documents, you may be identified under oath by any registered voter of the precinct where you intend to be registered, or by any of your relatives within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity. No registered voter or relative shall be allowed to identify more than three applicants. Community Tax Certificate (cedula) and PNP clearance shall not be honoured as valid identification documents for this.
    • The Application for Change / Correction of Entries / Inclusion of Record in the Book of Voters and Reinstatement of Name in the List of Voters Application

  2. Apply for reinstatement of name:
    1. Visit a suitable office of the Commission on Elections Office Locations and present the required documents. You should personally accomplish in three copies the CEF-1D application form.
    2. The election officer (EO) shall check the box corresponding to the appropriate type of application. The EO shall verify whether your name is found in the database. If the result is in the affirmative, the EO shall immediately report the incident to the EBAD [email: ebad@comelec.gov.ph mail I'd ] and ITD [email: itd@comelec.gov.ph mail I'd ] for technical assessment.
    3. In the event that your name is not found in the database, despite the fact that you have a Voters Registration Machines (VRM) in the precinct book of voters, you will be directed to the VRM operator who shall encode your demographics using the entries in your Voters Registration Record (VRR) and thereafter capture your biometrics.
    4. After the Election Registration Board (Board) approval, the EO shall consolidate/merge the data.
    5. If it is denied or not acted upon, you may file with the proper Municipal Circuit, Municipal or Metropolitan Trial Court a petition for an order directing that your name be entered in the list. You should attach to the petition, a certified list of voters used in the preceding election, together with proof that your application has been denied or not acted upon by the Board and that you have served notice to the Board.
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Required Documents[edit]


I. For overseas Filipino voters:

  • Your valid Philippine passport, or a certification from the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) in lieu of a passport
  • For seafarers, a photocopy of the Seaman’s Book
  • For dual citizens or those who reacquired or retained Filipino citizenship via Republic Act 9225, the original or certified true copy of the Order of Approval, or the Identification Certificate issued by the foreign posts or the Bureau of Immigration.
  • Application for Reinstatement in the National Registry of Overseas Voters Application for Reinstatement or Application for Correction of Wrong Entries/Misspelled Names/Change of Name and Other Entries in the Voter's ID/National Registry of Overseas Voters (NROV) Application for Correction


II. For general voters:

  • Employee’s identification card (ID), with the signature of the employer or authorized representative;
  • Postal ID
  • PWD Discount ID;
  • Student’s ID or library card, signed by the school authority
  • Senior Citizen’s ID;
  • Driver’s license;
  • NBI clearance;
  • Passport;
  • SSS/GSIS ID;
  • Integrated bar of the Philippine (IBP) ID;
  • License issued by the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC);
  • Certificate of Confirmation issued by the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) in case of members of ICCs or IPs; or
  • Any other valid ID

In the absence of any of the above-mentioned identification documents, you may be identified under oath by any registered voter of the precinct where you intend to be registered, or by any of your relatives within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity. No registered voter or relative shall be allowed to identify more than three applicants. Community Tax Certificate (cedula) and PNP clearance shall not be honoured as valid identification documents for this.

The Application for Change / Correction of Entries / Inclusion of Record in the Book of Voters and Reinstatement of Name in the List of Voters link

Office Locations & Contacts[edit]

Commission on Elections
Palacio del Gobernador Bldg.,
Gen. Luna St., Intramuros, Manila

Main Office Directory


Consulate General of the Philippines
Foreign Consulate
Address: 999 Canada Pl #660, Vancouver, BC V6C 3E1, Canada
Plus code: 7VQP+4P Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Website: link
Phone: +1 604-685-1619
Map
Consular Jurisdictions


Office of the Regional Election Director
COMELEC-NCR
Address: 2/F Femii Annex BLDG., Don Andres Soriano Avenue, Intramuros, Manila
Tel: (02) 527-0846 | (02) 527-9624
Email address: redo_ncr@comelec.gov.ph
More detail in the Office Locations


Note: NTC issued Memorandum Order No. 10-10-2017 last October 27, 2017, directing all telecommunications providers in the country to migrate all its customers to eight-digit telephone numbers.

3000-YYYY to 3499-YYYY – Bayan Telecommunications, Inc.
6000-YYYY to 6699-YYYY – ABS-CBN Converge, Inc.
6700-YYYY to 6999-YYYY – Eastern Telecommunication Philippines/ Telecommunications Technologies Philippines Inc.
7XXX-YYYY – Globe Telecom, Inc./ Innove Communications, Inc.
8XXX-YYYY – PLDT, Inc./ Digital Telecommunications Philippines, Inc.

A customer who still incorrectly dials the old seven-digit number will hear a special announcement saying the format has been changed to eight-digit, for a period of three months after the migration (March 18, 2019 to June 17, 2019).

To know more: Migration to 8-Digit Landline Number

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Eligibility[edit]

  • A Philippines citizen or resident;
  • Were a registered voter;
  • Your name has been omitted, misspelled or erroneously written in the precint certified list of the immediate preceding elections

Fees[edit]

There is no fee in this application.



Validity[edit]

Explain the time until which the certificate/document is valid.
e.g. Birth Certificate Valid Forever



Documents to Use[edit]

Form CEF-1D: Application for Change/Correction of Entries/Inclusion of Record in the Book of Voters and Reinstatement of Name in the List of Voters

  • You may download the form by visiting COMELEC's website: Form
  • You may also obtain copies of the form at your local COMELEC Office



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Instructions[edit]

  • The applicant's name must be verified on the database. If the result is in the affirmative, the EO shall coordinate and check with the Office of the Provincial Election Supervisors (OPES) or the National Central File-ERSD whether said voter has an existing VRR. If there is, the EO shall request for a copy. Upon approval of the Board, the requested copy shall be marked as Reconstituted.



Required Information[edit]

  • Full Name
  • Precinct Number/Barangay/Municipality/Province
  • Residence Address
  • Citizenship
  • Period of Residence
  • Name of Father
  • Name of Mother
  • Profession/Occupation
  • Gender
  • Date of Birth
  • Place of Birth
  • Status



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Need for the Document[edit]

In circumstances wherein the name of a registered voter has not been included or has been omitted in the Precinct Certified List of Voters of the immediate preceding elections, he or she should apply for reinstatement of name in the voter's list. Following are the procedures on how to apply for it.



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Other uses of the Document/Certificate[edit]

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e.g. Birth Certificate can be used as proof of identity.



External Links[edit]

Commission on Elections Website

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