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NBI Clearance online application implemented, no more walk-ins




The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has announced that starting tomorrow, April 1, it will be fully implementing its online application process for the NBI Clearance and will no longer entertain walk-ins.

Starting April 1, 2015, “the NBI will be fully implementing the Online Registration, Electronic Payment, and Appointment System as part of its campaign of offering fast and convenient service.”

NBI Application Forms will no longer be available to walk-in applicants and are now encouraged to go online and visit the NBI website at www.nbi.gov.ph or clearance.nbi.gov.ph. Applicants can then fill out the forms on the website, select the NBI Branch where they want the Clearance to be processed and set the date of appointment. As for payments, applicants have four options: Bank (over the counter), Bank (online), Mobile, and Bayad Center.

For the step-by-step guidelines please click here.

source: NBI



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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17 Responses

  1. A says:

    april fools?

  2. This is good news, especially for the fresh graduates. I find their instructions very unprofessional though. Even a college student knowledgeable in HTML5 and CSS3 can easily fix those weird UI bugs on the screenshots…

    • abuzalzal says:

      Hehe I wonder kung paano nila kukunan ng fingerprint profile yung applicant

      must be April fool’s joke

    • April fool says:

      Ayos na improvement to para sa pagkuha ng NBI. Sana lang yung website nila wag tulad sa website ng SSS na laging down. :)

      to @abuzalzal,

      binasa mo ba yung step-by-step guidelines, pinuntahan mo ba yung site?

      magpapa-schedule pa para kuhaan ng fingerprint and ID.

    • EdiWow says:

      Comment kasi ng Comment. hindi naman nagbabasa. PulPul. MEMA lang kuya ?

    • tagegt says:

      Abuzalzal gamitin mo muna utak mo bago bunganha next time?

  3. phonebuddy says:

    D naman ‘to pang April Fool’s no?

  4. anon says:

    Totoo naman kaya? Last time eh pinagmalaki ni de lima na online na ang renwal sa nbi pero di tinaggap yung online form na pina print ko at sa halip eh pinipila ako ng madaling araw. May cutoff kasi nun. Tapos nagbabayad pa kami for biometrics aba eh waley ba silang records sa computer nun.

    Sana totoo. Ayaw ko na mag camping sa labas.

    • mark says:

      Kung hindi tinanggap, malamang may mali kang nagawa sa form mo.

      Kumuha ako noong 2013. Nag-register ako online. Same day pumunta ako sa satellite office, release agad yung clearance.

      2011 naman, nagregister ako online. Set ng appointment, after 1 week kuha na yung clearance.

    • anon says:

      Walang mali.

      1. Fill up. 2. Print completed form. 3. Pumunta DAW ako sa nearest nbi office? Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?

      Tapos may cutoff (less than 300 ppl a day lolz) pa kasi pareho pila ng walk in at online. Bale gumastos pa ako ng print.

      Pumila ako next day. At 3am.

  5. EdiWOW says:

    Paano yung mga hindi nag Oonline?

  6. manu says:

    Two things worry me about this news. 1. NBI is a government agency, and 2. the mention of April 1. :)

  7. daryl says:

    I got my nbi clearance last feb 23 for my forst ever local employment and i did it through online. After mo pumili ng branch, pupunta bka dun for biometrics (finger print and picture). I got my clearance in less than an hour, sa robinsons manila. Pero kapag may kapangalan ka, babalikan mo after 1 week i guess bago mo makuha clearance mo.

  8. jude says:

    sanaq naman hindi to april fools,napaka tanga naman ng author ng blog na to kung gawen nyang joke ung mga ganitong bagay, knowing na marami sa atin ang nagsasakripisyo para makakuha ng NBI clearane. Calling the attention of the author of this article if it is tru or not., otherwise indi na talaga ako pupunta sa blogsite na ito, thanks…

  9. jude says:

    http://www.mb.com.ph/online-nbi-clearance-application-goes-full-blast/

    In a bid to shorten queues and time spent by the public in clearance processing sites, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) will be fully implementing an online application scheme for documents starting today.

    Starting April 1, NBI spokesman Nick Suarez said the bureau will no longer be giving out NBI application forms to walk-in applicants as the bureau will be strictly implementing its full online registration, electronic payment, and appointment system nationwide.

    “We are rolling out this new procedure to help our brothers and sisters get their clearances fast and at most convenient way. Almost all of us are using internet, we better make use of them in transacting business with NBI,” Suarez said.

    “With the implementation of the new NBI system, we shall continue to roll out and implement solutions to progressively eliminate queues and simplify processes,” he added.

    Suarez said applicants may complete the form at http://www.doj.gov.ph/nbi, http://www.nbi.gov.ph, and clearance.nbi.gov.ph

    After the online registration, the NBI spokesman said applicants may proceed to any of the 55 NBI sites nationwide for the payment and biometric enrollment preceding the release of the document.

    “They can only go to the NBI clearance sites on the scheduled date they have chosen after they have filled up their forms online.

    During the soft-launch of the system last January 2, Justice Sec. Leila de Lima expressed optimism that the long queues in different NBI clearance cites will be shortened following the bureau’s adoption of e-clearance.

    The new system features an automated cashiering module designed for consistent accounting reports that eliminate malversation and corruption. It also has a renewal module to make shorten waiting time of those who already have old records.

    Read more at http://www.mb.com.ph/online-nbi-clearance-application-goes-full-blast/#bPgpodkcLxM6OXcP.99

  10. shane gloria says:

    uhm guys, paano kaya kung hindi ako nakaattend sa schedule ko? mapaparesched kaya yun? salamat sa sasagot!!

  11. JPG says:

    may cut off ba ung Online NBI renewal?

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