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Book your Philippine ID and PhilSys Step 2 Slot

Step 2 of the Philippines' National ID System Registration requires you to book a slot at the nearest PSA Registration Site where they will get your biometrics data and validate your information against original documents.

As of June 12, 2021, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) opened more areas for you to accomplish “Step 2” to get your Philippine National ID or PhilID and PhilSys Number. Step 2 validates your identification by requiring you to present your current valid IDs to validate against original documents, as well as captures your biometric information.

Rest assured that according to the PSA, they are constantly opening more sites so that more and more Filipinos can avail of this free and permanent national identification. Step 2 Booking of Slots has its earliest date of booking on June 18, 2021.

Think of this Step 2 process like your booking for a Passport slot 😉

Existing PhilID and PhilSys Step 2 Sites

Prior to the June 12 announcement, the PSA already had Step 2 bookings available for the following locations:

  • Ilocos Sur – City of Candon
  • Ilocos Sur – City of Vigan
  • La Union – City of San Fernando
  • Pangasinan – Lingayen
  • Isabela – Echague
  • Nueva Ecija – Science City of Muñoz
  • Camarines Sur – City of Naga
  • Masbate – City of Masbate
  • Antique – San Jose
  • Capiz – City of Roxas
  • Bohol – Jagna
  • Cebu – Bantayan
  • Negros Oriental – City of Dumaguete
  • Leyte – City of Baybay

PSA Step 2 Sites per Region as of June 12, 2021

Here are the locations where PSA has opened additional Step 2 sites:

Region 1 – La Union, Pangasinan

La Union
Agoo
Bauang
Rosario
San Juan
Santo Tomas

Pangasinan
Asingan
Balungao
Bautista
Bayambang
Binalonan
Binmaley
Bolinao
Bugallon
Calasiao
City of Alaminos
City of Dagupan
City of San Carlos
City of Urdaneta
Infanta
Labrador
Laoac
Malasiqui
Manaoag
Mangaldan
Mangatarem
Natividad
Pozorrubio
Rosales
San Fabian
San Jacinto
San Manuel
San Nicolas
Santa Barbara
Santa Maria
Sison
Tayug
Umingan
Urbiztondo

Region 2 – Isabela

Isabela
Alicia
Cabagan
City of Cauayan
City of Ilagan
Ramon
Roxas
San Mariano
San Mateo
Tumauini

Region 3 – Bataan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Tarlac, Zambales

Bataan
Bagac
Dinalupihan
Hermosa
Limay
Mariveles
Orani
Orion
Pilar
Samal

Nueva Ecija
Aliaga
Cabiao
Bongabon
City of Cabanatuan
City of Gapan
Cuyapo
General Tinio
Guimba
Jaen
Laur
Llanera
Lupao
Rizal
San Antonio
San Isidro
San Jose City
Santa Rosa
Santo Domingo
Zaragoza

Pampanga
Apalit
Arayat
Bacolor
Candaba
Floridablanca
Guagua
Lubao
Macabebe
Magalang
Masantol
Mexico
Minalin
Porac
San Luis
San Simon
Santa Ana
Santa Rita
Santo Tomas
Sasmuan (Sexmoan)

Tarlac
Anao
Bamban
Camiling
Capas
Concepcion
Gerona
La Paz
Mayantoc
Moncada
Paniqui
Pura
Ramos
San Clemente
San Jose
San Manuel
Santa Ignacia
Victoria

Zambales
Cabangan
Candelaria
Castillejos
Iba (Capital)
Masinloc
Palauig
San Antonio
San Felipe
San Marcelino
San Narciso
Santa Cruz

Region 4-A – Quezon

Quezon
Candelaria
Dolores
Guinayangan
Gumaca
Mauban
Sariaya
Tayabas

Region 5 – Albay, Camarines Sur

Albay
Bacacay
Camalig
City of Legazpi
City of Ligao
City of Tabaco
Guinobatan
Pio Duran
Polangui
Rapu-Rapu
Tiwi

Camarines Sur
Baao
Balatan
Bato
Bombon
Buhi
Bula
Cabusao
Camaligan
Caramoan
City of Iriga
Garchitorena
Goa
Lagonoy
Libmanan
Lupi
Magarao
Milaor
Minalabac
Nabua
Ocampo
Pamplona
Pasacao
Pili (Capital)
Presentacion (Parubcan)
Ragay
Sagñay
San Fernando
San Jose
Sipocot
Siruma
Tigaon
Tinambac

Region 6 – Antique, Iloilo, Negros Occidental

Antique
San Jose

Iloilo
Pavia

Negros Occidental
Enrique B. Magalona (Saravia)

Region 7 – Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental

Bohol
Anda
Batuan
Guindulman
Talibon
Tubigon
Ubay

Cebu
Argao
Asturias
Balamban
Borbon
Carmen
Catmon
City of Bogo
City of Carcar
City of Cebu
City of Lapu-Lapu
City of Mandaue
City of Naga
City of Talisay
City of Toledo
Compostela
Consolacion
Cordova
Danao
Dumanjug
Liloan
Madridejos
Minglanilla
San Fernando
San Remigio
Santa Fe
Sibonga
Sogod
Tabogon
Tuburan

Negros Oriental
Guihulngan
Bais
Tanjay
Bayawan (Tulong)

What to Prepare for Step 2?

You will need to ensure the following:

  1. Bring your primary or secondary supporting documents
  2. A copy of your Step 2 successful booking confirmation that has the QR Code (print-out or screenshot on your phone is allowed), and
  3. Make sure you don’t wear any sleeveless tops during your Step 2 visit
  4. Mask and face-shield – You are required to observe minimum public health safety protocols
  5. Patience 😉 – expect a queue — just be patient and keep a cool head

Primary Documents

The registrant is encouraged to bring any of the following primary documents. You need to bring the original document!

  • DFA-issued Philippine Passport or ePassport
  • GSIS or SSS-issued Unified Multi-purpose Identification Card (UMID)
  • Land Transportation Office (LTO)-issued Student’s License Permit or Non-Professional/Professional Driver’s License
  • PSA-issued Certificate of Live Birth AND one (1) government-issued identification document which bears full name, front-facing photograph, and signature or thumb mark

(If there are discrepancies between the PSA-issued Certificate of Live Birth and the government-issued ID presented, the PSA-issued Certificate of Live Birth would be considered as a secondary supporting document)

Secondary Documents

If you don’t have any of your primary documents, you can bring any of the following:

  • PSA-issued Certificate of Live Birth/NSO-issued Certificate of Live Birth with Birth Reference Number (BreN)
  • LCRO-issued Certificate of Live Birth
  • PSA-issued Report of Birth
  • PSA-issued Certificate of Foundling
  • Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) Identification Card
  • Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) ID
  • Seaman’s Book
  • Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) ID
  • Senior Citizen’s ID
  • SSS ID
  • Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) ID
  • License to Own or Possess Firearms (LTOPF) ID
  • NBI Clearance
  • Police Clearance/ID
  • Solo Parent’s ID
  • PWD ID
  • Voter’s ID
  • Postal ID
  • Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) ID
  • Philhealth ID
  • Philippine Retirement Authority (PRA)-issued Special Resident Retiree’s Visa (SRRV)
  • National ID from other countries
  • Residence ID from other countries

The following identification documents shall be accepted as secondary supporting documents provided that they have a front-facing photograph, signature/thumbmark, full name, permanent address, and date of birth.

  • Employee ID
  • School ID
  • Barangay Clearance/Certificate d. Barangay ID
  • City/Municipal ID
Step 1 and Step 2 can be accomplished through the PSA’s PhilID PhilSys Official Website at https://www.philsys.gov.ph

How to book my Step 2 PhilID and PhilSys slot?

  1. Make sure you completed Step 1. To proceed to Step 1 just go to https://register.philsys.gov.ph. Booking your Step 2 appointment will still require you to login at the same website.
  2. Enter your mobile number — which is assumed you will have forever, or your e-mail address. When choosing which to use, ask yourself which will stay with me longer? Your PhilID is a “forever” kind of identification because it is the national ID issued by the Republic of the Philippines. It will be the most official ID you can ever have. If you think you are the type to keep changing cellphone numbers, please use your email.
  3. Enter the One-Time Pin (OTP) to verify yourself.
  4. Upon successful verification you will see your Applications. Click on Modify Application.
  5. Double-check all your details, especially your Blood Type. Confirm and proceed to the next step.
  6. The next steps will require you to book your slot — choose your nearest or most convenient location, and then choose between Morning or Afternoon times.
  7. Upon confirmation and booking, you will need to take a screenshot of the confirmation page, or better yet print a copy which you need to present during your Step 2 appointment. This will have your ARN or QR Code which will be looked for. Take note, if you don’t have a printer, the PSA will accept a screenshot on your phone.

Congratulations! After Step 2 there is only one more step to go, to be able to receive your PhilID and PhilSys Number — Issuance and claiming! For the latest news from PhilSys, check their official website at https://www.philsys.gov.ph/press-releases/ or their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/PSAPhilSysOfficial

13 comments

    1. Balik ka sa step 1, log in mo ulit email or number mo, tapos lalabas yung na fill up mo, then you can choose schedule. Kaka try ko lang kasi same problem. Hope makatulong

      1. Gud day po sa akin Naman po ayaw po tanggapin email address ko recaptcha lumalabas papano po gagawin q para makaregister sa online

      2. Try to use another Web Browser sir. Or, connect to the website on Private Mode. Sometimes gumagana po pag ganun. If hindi email address, kindly try mobile number.

  1. Paano po ako makakapag book ng appoinment,lagi po kse pending appoiment lumalabas.salamat.

    1. Ensure mam na Chrome browser gamit ninyo sa phone or computer. If pending appointment baka nakaset na kayo? You may still be able to edit your Step 2 details.

  2. How to book second registration, dito po ako sa sta. Maria bulacan. Hanggang ngayon wala parin pong text. Meron pong lumalabas nmn po sa scheduled sta. Maria pangasinan nmn po ang layo. Panu po kaya yun lagi po pending nkalagay. Salamat po sa mkakasagot godbless

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