Report of Birth (ROB)

A.  For a Child of Married Parents (Legitimate)

  1. Report of Birth Forms – may be downloaded from the Embassy website.
  2. Child’s Birth Certificate or Shussei Todoke no Kisai Shomeisho – both should have stamps of the City Hall and Hospital. (Original and 4 copies)
  3. Parents’ Marriage Certificate or Report of Marriage. (Original and 4 copies)
  4. For Filipino Mother: NSO Birth Certificate and Valid Passport. (Original and 4 copies)
    For Non-Filipino Mother: Valid Passport or any Valid ID. (Original and 4 copies)
  5. For Filipino Father: NSO Birth Certificate and Valid Passport. (Original and 4 copies)
    For Non-Filipino Father: Valid Passport or any Valid ID. (Original and 4 copies)
  6. Affidavit of Delayed Registration – if Report of Birth is filed 30 days after birth.
  7. Affidavit of Legitimation – if the child was born prior to the marriage of parents.
  8. For children five (5) years old and above, submit NSO Certificate of No Birth Record. (Original and 4 copies)

B. For a Child of Unmarried Parents (Illegitimate)

  1. Report of Birth Forms – may be downloaded from the Embassy website.
  2. Child’s Birth Certificate or Shussei Todoke no Kisai Shomeisho – both should have stamps of the City Hall and Hospital. (Original and 4 copies)
  3. For Filipino Mother: NSO Birth Certificate and Valid Passport. (Original and 4 copies)
    For Non-Filipino Mother: Valid Passport or any Valid ID. (Original and 4 copies)
  4. For Filipino Father: NSO Birth Certificate and Valid Passport. (Original and 4 copies)
    For Non-Filipino Father: Valid Passport or any Valid ID. (Original and 4 copies)
  5. Affidavit of Delayed Registration – if Report of Birth is filed 30 days after birth.
  6. Affidavit of Admission of Paternity – if the biological father acknowledges paternity of the child.
  7. For children five (5) years old and above, submit NSO Certificate of No Birth Record. (Original and 4 copies)

NOTE:

  1. All photocopies should be in A4 size.
  2. Application may be submitted in person at the Embassy or by mail.
  3. If the application is submitted by mail, the application form must be typewritten and notarized by a Japanese notary public.
  4. The processing period is five (5) working days.

FEES:

Report of Birth
Translation
Affidavit