Fingerprinting for NBI Clearance
- Copy of valid passport (original passport to be presented)
- 2”x 2” colored photo with white background taken within three (3) months prior to
Applicants will be asked to accomplish the NBI Form No. 5 and a consular staff will take the
fingerprints of the applicants, accordingly.
The following requirements should be submitted to the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) for the
issuance of an NBI clearance:
- Authenticated NBI Form No. 5
- Copy of valid passport
- SPA authorizing a representative in the Philippines
- Cash payment of One Hundred Thirty Pesos (PHP 130.00) Philippine currency
If the applicant is renewing an NBI clearance issued from 2014 to present, and there is no correction
in the name, place and date of birth, the applicant does not need to have his/her fingerprints taken.
The applicant may send the original NBI clearance, a copy of his/her valid Passport, one (1) 2x2 photo
with white background and a letter of authorization to the authorized representative for onward
submission/filing to the NBI office in Ermita, Manila. NBI clearance is PHP 130.00, Philippine currency.
Once received, the duly notarized NBI Form must be sent to the Philippines for filing at the NBI,
through the authorized representative with a written authorization from the applicant and a
photocopy of the applicant’s valid passport. NBI clearance is PHP 130, Philippine currency.
Driver’s License Card / Certificate of Driving Experience
PROCEDURE IN TAIWAN:
Prepare a Special Power of Attorney (SPA) (SPA for Driver's License Form) authorizing a
representative in the Philippines to do the following:
- Claim the Driver’s License Card from the Land Transportation Office (LTO)
- Request for a Certificate of Driving from the LTO Main Branch (only)
- Submit the Driver’s License Card and/or the Certificate of Driving from LTO to the Department
of Foreign Affairs for authentication
Claim the authenticated Driver’s License Card and/or the Certificate of Driving from the DFA
- Submit photocopies of valid IDs bearing the signatures and photos of the owner of the SPA
and the authorized representative should be attached to the SPA
- The SPA should be notarized by MECO
PROCEDURE IN THE PHILIPPINES:
- The representative in the Philippines will present the notarized SPA to the LTO and DFA.
Photocopies are required for submission to the said agencies
Upon receipt of the authenticated Certificate of Driving from the DFA in the Philippines, the
same should be authenticated by the Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in the
Philippines, together with the Philippine Driver’s License Card. These documents shall be
presented for the application of Driver’s License in Taiwan