This article is shared and written from the author’s experience. -Yuri Sincero
Submission of Report of Marriage. On October 24,2015, I submitted my Report of Marriage. There are actually 2 ways to submit it, my mail or walk-in. Either you can walk into one of the Philippine consulate in the united states or you can mail a package to the assigned Philippine Consulate. You can find the consulates on this link: http://www.philippinessanfrancisco.org/index.php?page=consulate-finder-main
My designated Philippine Consulate is in San Franscisco, so I had to mail it to them through USPS.
Received a call from Philippine Consulate San Francisco. After submitting the Report of Marriage package, I received a call on November 23,2015. The consulate requested send four (4) photocopies of my husband’s divorce decree. My husband has been divorced before, so I had to send 4 copies of his divorce decree to the consulate. I was a little confused and frustrated as it was not on the instruction on their website but I sent it anyway.
Sent a package to Philippine Consulate San Francisco. On November 23,2015, I sent the package back to them containing the photocopies of divorce decree.
Received a package containing Report of Marriage. On Nov 27,2014, I received a package from San Francisco Philippine Consulate with my original Marriage Certificate and a personal notarized copy of Report of Marriage with a seal.
Note: Marriage abroad and divorces are acknowledged by Philippines so no worries! If you do get divorce, you can report it to them and it will be dissolved in a few months.