These requirments are for children born in Spain of Filipino parent/s
The Report of Birth form must be accomplished by either of the Filipino parents or the legal guardian and the child must be brought to the embassy after first making an appointment at the Consular Services Appointments page.
- Duly completed Report of Birth form in five (5) originals
- Original and five (5) photocopies of the following documents:
- Multilingual version of birth certificate (Certificado Literal de Nacimiento) issued by the Spanish Civil Registry (Registro Civil). If the multilingual version is not available then an official English translation will be required.
- Passports of parents
- Marriage contract of parents (if applicable) issued by PSA or multilingual version of the marriage certificate (Certificado Literal de Matrimonio) issued by the Spanish Civil Registry (Registro Civil). If the multilingual version is not available then an official English translation will be required.
- Affidavit of Late Registration and Certificate of No Birth from PSA for children more than 12 months old
- Cash payment for application and processing (refer to Consular Fees)
Additional Requirements (for new-born babies whose parents are not legally married)
- Affidavit of Acknowledgement of Paternity in English or Filipino to be executed by the father or private handwritten instrument
- Affidavit to Use the Father’s Surname (AUSF) in English or Filipino
- Cash payment for processing (refer to Consular Fees)
The Embassy will forward the Report of Birth to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) in the Philippines. Applicants may retrieve the PSA-certified birth certificate in the Philippines a minimum of three (3) months after reporting the birth to the Embassy.