Good news for Marikeños! Marikina Mayor Del De Guzman reports that there’s no need for you to travel far and visit the National Statistics Office (NSO) in Manila as you can now apply and claim your needed documents within the city.
This is because of the tie-up between SM Department Store and NSO where the SM Business Centers can now facilitate the application, processing, and releasing of copies of civil registry documents.
These documents include copies of birth, death, and marriage documents, copies of No Record of Marriage (CENOMAR) and copies of annotated and endorsed documents.
All you’ve got to do is to simply visit SM Business Centers in SM City Marikina or Savemore Market in Shoe Avenue, Brgy Sto. Niño. Then sign the forms, make the payments, and come back to get your documents after seven working days.
“We know that these documents are very essential to all kinds of people. This is our way of servicing the people better and give them more convenience,” said Justito R. Yulo, Jr., senior manager development program trainee of SM Mart, Inc.
The birth, death, and marriage certificate is worth PhP160.00, while the Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) is PhP215.00.
“To claim the requested documents, just bring the receipt and the application form used in the SM Business Center where you applied,” added Cristina B. Silvestre, SM City Marikina’s Customer Service Manager.
The SM City Marikina Business Services and Savemore Market in the Shoe Avenue is open from Mondays to Sundays at 10am to 7pm.
For more details, contact 477-1678 for SM City Marikina and 545-4685 for Savemore Market, Shoe Avenue, Barangay Sto. Niño.
Spearheaded by Congressman Romero Federico “Miro” Quimbo, the city government of Marikina launches its “Q Livelihood Trucks” which will roam around the District II of the city to provide quality livelihood trainings.
The Mobile Livelihood Training Trucks are from the private organization Asian Touch International Training Institute, Inc., which is worth PhP5M and shall be used by the city of Marikina for free.
These trucks will provide the residents of District II in Marikina with Technical Education Skills Development Authority (TESDA)- accredited trainings. Two trucks shall be used, where one truck has facilities for housekeeping while the other is for commercial cooking and bartending.
“We want to bring the government and its services closer to the people of Marikina. Through these trucks, we can educate them and provide them quality trainings without having to travel far as we go to their barangays,” said Quimbo.
In each session, 30 to 50 students can learn and train in the said trucks. These trucks are operated by the personnel of the TESDA-accredited Asian Touch International Training Institute, Inc. and they will provide the lessons as well.
“This way, the students shall be provided with quality trainings for them to be able to find quality jobs here and abroad,” Quimbo added.
This is in line with the flagship programs of the Office of Congressman Quimbo which is “Livelihood” aiming to maximize the learning facilities available in the city.