PSA to roll out Nat'l ID Step 2 online registration in 14 areas on May 24

Published May 23, 2021, 12:37 PM

by Ellalyn De Vera-Ruiz

The online appointment booking for the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) Step 2 registration process will be available to 14 cities and municipalities starting on Monday, May 24, said the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).

In a Facebook post on Sunday, May 23, the PSA said the Step 2 online registration process will be available in the following areas.

* Candon City, Ilocos Sur

* Vigan City, Ilocos Sur

* San Fernando City, La Union

* Lingayen, Pangasinan

* Echague, Isabela

* Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija

* Naga City, Camarines Sur

* Masbate City, Masbate

* San Jose, Antique

* Roxas City, Capiz

* Jagna, Bohol

* Bantayan, Cebu

* Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental Baybay City, Leyte


“Kung kayo ay nakatira sa 14 municipalities na nabanggit, simula hapon ng May 24, 2021, maaari nang magbook ng inyong appointment para sa Step 2 registration. Maglog-in lamang gamit ang inyong email address o mobile number na ginamit noong kayo ay nag-Step 1 registration,” PSA said in a Facebook post.

(If you live in the 14 municipalities mentioned, starting in the afternoon of May 24, 2021, you can now book your appointment for Step 2 registration. Just log in using your email address or mobile number used when you did the Step 1 registration).

“Samantala, abangan ang mga susunod na anunsyo sa pagbubukas ng online appointment booking sa iba pang mga lugar sa mga susunod na linggo,” it added.

(In the meantime, please watch out for the next announcements on the opening of online appointment booking in other places in the coming weeks).

For updates or other information about PhilSys or Philippine ID, the public is encouraged to just like or message PSA through its official Facebook page, email [email protected], or call the PhilSys hotline 1388.

The online registration for Step 1 started on April 30.

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The PSA reiterated that just like the entire registration process, “getting a PhilID is also free or without a delivery fee.”