Getting Senior Citizen ID in Cainta Rizal
I accompanied my aunt in getting her senior citizen ID at Cainta Rizal but before we got to go apply for senior citizen ID she had to get a valid ID since she doesn’t have one yet. I suggest to her to get a postal ID as her valid at Pasig Palengke. It took around less than two weeks before she got her Postal ID.
We went to Municipal of Cainta located at 73 A. Bonifacio, Sto. Domingo, Cainta, 1900 Rizal. Click on the google maps below for the exact location. If you’re coming from Pasig you can ride a jeepney going to Angono or Taytay and ask the driver to drop you off at Municipal of Cainta the cost around 15pesos one way.
We asked the lady at the desk for the senior citizen application and she asks for her valid ID and gave us a form to fill out. There’s not a lot of people at the office during the time we went and we only waited a couple of minutes for the application. My aunt was called for a photo ID picture and digital signature. It’s quite nice that they are using PVC/Plastic cards for their IDs now unlike before where they use paper ID cards.
Getting Senior Citizen ID is Free of Charge as well.
Requirements on applying for Senior Citizen ID in the Philippines are below:
- A legitimate Filipino citizen.
- Already in the senior citizen age – 60 years old and over.
- A resident in the City for at least 6 months.
Once you meet the criteria above, you can now apply for the senior citizen ID:
- An Application Form (available at the Office of Senior Citizen Affairs or OSCA office) duly accomplished,
- A recent 1″x1″ ID photograph, and a photocopy of any of the following documents:
- Voter’s ID (from Comelec)
- Driver’s License
- NBI Clearance
- Police Clearance
- Old Residence Certificate
- Postal ID
- Any combination of identification documents confirming the applicant’s name, date of birth, and present address.
After successfully getting the senior citizen id we decided to make a stop at SM East Ortigas for lunch since the route back to Pasig does pass by at this mall.