Death certificates can be obtained on security paper (preferred method) from the PSA or at www.ecensus.com.ph.
Certified copies can be obtained from local civil registrars. As in the cases of birth and marriage certificates of deaths occurring since 1946 are obtainable from the National Census and Statistics Office. Death certificates before 1946 are maintained at the National Archives Division National Library Building at T.M. Kalaw St. Ermita Manila. Issuance of a death certificate takes approximately five working days for which there is a fee of 115 Pesos in person or 200 Pesos by mail.
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