ccording to the Philippine Consulate General website, the applicants will be asked to complete the NBI Form No. 5, provide 1 piece of a 2 x 2 ID picture and the photocopy of the bio-page of the applicant’s passport. The Consulate officers will then take the applicant’s fingerprints accordingly. You will be charged $33.75CAD and the form will be released the same day, depending on the number of clients the Philippine Consulate has. Once released, you must personally send it to the Philippines for processing. You have to look for your authorized representative there who would have to bring your requirements to the NBI Office in Manila. Your representative will then process it for you or you may look for an agency that can process your NBI Application, like the JCA Law Office.
You may check the Philippine Consulate General website for further details or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries on the fast and convenient way to process your NBI Application.