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National ID Applications Can Now Be Processed at Select Robinsons Malls

For your documents and biometrics.
by Clara Rosales
Apr 23, 2021
Photo/s: Robinsons Malls

Individuals who applied for the national ID can validate their supporting documents and have their biometrics captured at select Robinsons Malls, the official mall partner of the Philippine Statistics Authority.

Registration for the national ID has two steps, the second of which involves making a physical appearance at registration centers to ascertain identity and validity of documents, along with submission of fingerprint scans, iris scans, and front-facing photographs as security features for the ID.

The Philippine Identification System or national ID system aims to provide Filipinos with a valid which can be digitally verified in government and private transactions.


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National ID Application Now Available at Select Robinsons Malls

Step 2 of the National ID registration process can be done in the following Robinsons Malls from Mondays to Saturdays:

  • Robinsons Place Malolos
  • Robinsons Place Roxas
  • Robinsons Place Tuguegarao
  • Robinsons Angeles
  • Robinsons Place Antipolo
  • Robinsons Galleria Cebu
  • Robinsons Place Santiago
  • Robinsons Luisita
  • Robinsons Starmills

The following branches are open to registrants from Monday to Sunday:

  • Robinsons Place Dumaguete
  • Robinsons Place Antique

Registration will soon open in Robinsons North Tacloban and Robinsons Cybergate Cebu.

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