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Organization : Commission on Elections (comelec.gov.ph)
Facility : CEF1 D Application for Change /Correction of Entries /Inclusion of Record in Voters Book
Country : Philippines
Download Form Here : https://www.electionin.org/uploads/480-AnnexD_Complete_v2.pdf
Home Page : http://www.comelec.gov.ph/?r=home
Update: From the Official Twitter of COMELEC Philippines:
You may call at 525-9296 to check for your precinct number
COMELEC Application for Correction of Entries
Application for Application for Change / Correction of Entries / Inclusion of Record in the Book of Voters and Reinstatement of Name in the List of Voters
Related : Commission on Elections Philippines CEF1 A Application for New Voter Registration : www.electionin.org/475.html
No Bio, No Boto
After 15 February 2013, when Republic Act No. 10367 was signed into law by President Benigno S. Aquino III, all voter registration records must have biometrics information.
This means that when you go your local COMELEC office to file an application, your biometrics data will be captured using the COMELEC’s Voter Registration Machine (VRM). The VRM makes use of a digital camera, a fingerprint scanner and a signature pad to capture your biometrics data.
Due to this new law, all previously registered voters without biometrics are required to subject themselves to biometrics capture through the validation procedure. All concerned is given until 31 October 2015 to comply with this requirement.
The absence of biometrics in the voter’s registration record would cause COMELEC to deactivate the concerned registration records. When that happens, the concerned voter shall not be allowed to vote in the May 2016 elections.
This new biometrics requirement has led to the #NoBioNoBoto campaign, which aims to spread awareness to all concerned.
To verify if your registration record has biometrics data, you may use the Precinct Finder facility in this Site.
No Bio / Incomplete Bio
A listing of voters per city/municipality has been provided in this Site in order to facilitate the dissemination of information to those still without biometrics or with incomplete biometrics data in their registration records.
Since the resulting list will display names only, you may be able to inform your family, friends and neighbors that they have to go through with the registration validation process in order to have (or complete) their biometrics data.
To be sure whether you really are the person the list, click on the corresponding name to complete the verification procedure using the Precinct Finder. (You can also use the Precinct Finder directly in order to perform individual verification.)
COMELEC will also not be able to print the Voter ID cards of voters with incomplete biometrics data.
The COMELEC main office is located at the Palacio del Gobernador at the corner of General Luna St. and Andres Soriano Jr. Avenue in Intramuros, Manila. At present, it occupies 2-1/2 floors of this building, together with the Landbank of the Philippines – Intramuros Branch, the PAG-IBIG Fund – Intramuros Branch, the Intramuros Administration, and the Bureau of the Treasury. Most of the COMELEC offices are housed in this building, including the Offices of the Chairman, the Commissioners and the Executive Director.
Some departments of the COMELEC main office are housed in nearby buildings, such as the COMELEC Annex Building to the back of Palacio del Gobernador, which is on Postigo St. near Puerta de Postigo by the Intramuros Wall. The office which issues out the Voter Certification to the public is located here.
The Shipping Center Building, also along Andres Soriano Jr. Avenue and right across Plaza de Roma and the Manila Cathedral, but just to the left of the Palacio del Gobernador, houses the Education and Information Department (EID) and the Administrative Services Department (ASD) of COMELEC.
The most famous landmark in Intramuros which is near the COMELEC office is the Manila Cathedral. Although Fort Santiago is also just a few meters away, this is not visible from the main road that is Andres Soriano Avenue. Another indicator that you are already near the COMELEC main office is the Intramuros Fire Sub-Station which is just across the left side of the Palacio del Gobernador, where the Intramuros Branch of the Landbank of the Philippines is located. There is also a couple of famous fast food chains one corner away: Chowking and Greenwich.
Mailing Address :
Use the following address in sending regular mail to COMELEC :
COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS
Palacio del Gobernador
General Luna St.
Intramuros, Manila 1002