How to Apply for SSS ID in the Philippine

Social Security System (SSS) provides social insurance, retirement benefits, and healthcare for workers in the Philippines.

This is needed if you are working in the Philippines and you are employed in a private company, it is mandatory to be a member of SSS and pay monthly contributions.

Steps on How to Apply for SSS ID

1. Get an SSS Number: E-1 Form and Required Documents

A person registering with the SSS for the first time as a prospective employee first needs to fill out an E-1, or Personal Record form.

Submit it to your regional SSS office together with the original certified true copy and photocopy of any of the following:

Baptismal Certificate
Driver's license
Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) card

Seafarer's Identification and Record Book, or Seaman's book.

If you don’t have any of the above listed documents, you may present 2 of any of the documents listed below and a recent photograph and your date of birth:

· Alien Certificate of Registration
· ATM card with cardholder's name
· ATM card and, if it does not bear cardholder's name, certification from the issuing bank that the account number belongs to the cardholder
· Bank Account Passbook
· Birth/Baptismal Certificate of children.
· Certificate from the Office of the Northern/Southern Cultural Communities or Office of Muslim Affairs
· Certificate of Naturalization issued by the Bureau of Immigration
· Company ID
· Company Representative Authorization Card issued by the SSS
· Credit Card
· Fishermen's Card issued by the Bureau of Fisheries & Aquatic Resources
· GSIS Card
· GSIS Certificate of Membership
· Health or Medical Card
· ID card issued by local governments (e.g. Barangay, Municipality, or City)
· ID card issued by professional associations recognized by PRC
· Life insurance policy
· Marriage contract
· NBI Clearance
· Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) Card
· Pag-Ibig Member's Data Form
· Permit to Carry Firearms issued by the Firearms & Explosives Unit of the Philippine National Police
· PHIC Member's Data Record
· Police Clearance
· Postal ID Card
· School ID
· Senior Citizen Card
· Tax Identification Card/Affidavit
· Transcript of school records
· Voter's Identification Card/Affidavit

Once you have an SSS Number, and have contributed into the system for one month, you may apply for an SSS ID card.

2. Documents Needed to Submit an E-6 Form

For you to acquire an SSS ID, you must be an active SSS member with at least one full month contribution.

Fill out an E-6 form and submit it at your local SSS branch, along with any of the following primary documents:

· Passport
· Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) card
· Seaman's book

If you don’t have any you must have a recent photograph and two of the listed below:

· Driver's license
· Valid National Bureau of Investigation clearance
· School or company ID
· Postal ID
· Senior citizen card
· Voter's ID
· Savings account passbook
· Alien certificate of registration
· Government Service Insurance System member's record
· Certification from the Office of Southern/Northern Cultural Communities or Office of Muslim Affairs
· Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) card

Always remember to bring the original copies of documents and IDs at all times.
Estimated time to finish is 10a.m if you arrived at 6a.m, upon arrival get a number from the clerk responsible for giving away the E-6 Form.

3. Obtain an ID Clearance and Capture

The ID Clearance is a small paper that will indicate your schedule for ID capture. Remember that you can't finish the whole process in one day, you need at least 2-3 days to complete the steps because after you submit the E-6 form, ID capture is always scheduled for a time in the few days following.

4. Wait for Your SSS ID Card to Arrive by Mail

Wait for 30 days to receive your SSS ID by mail.

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