Let’s get directly to the point, the real question that we will tackle in this article if it is required to print the NBI Clearance Application Form? When we are applying for a job requirement, sometimes we want to have a copy of our conditions. In case your copy is lost, or maybe you gave it to your employer, at least you still have one when you might need it again.
I have read some comments on this website that asking the question regarding the NBI Clearance Online form.
IS IT REQUIRED TO PRINT THE NBI CLEARANCE APPLICATION FORM ONLINE OR NOT?
The answer is NOT REQUIRED TO PRINT, But it depends on what purpose you may want to use. Let me explain why it’s not required to print.
Base on the application website, there is NO indicated that the form is needed to have a copy to present in the NBI Clearance Branch office. It is because upon registering on their website, you are already making a copy of your application to their online form, and all they need is your NBI Clearance reference number to confirm that you are claiming the application online. Here is where you can find the NBI Clearance Reference Number.
The Application form online in the NBI Clearance is saved in their database, so whenever you want to re-open your NBI Clearance, it can easily access when you need it.
WHAT ARE THOSE REQUIREMENT TO BRING IN NBI CLEARANCE BRANCH?
Well, when you go to the NBI Clearance Branch and since it is not required to print your online application form. You need to bring the below listed.
NBI Clearance Reference Number – Reference Number can get when you have done registration online in NBI Clearance. This reference number can also be used to pay your NBI Clearance. Read more about NBI Clearance Reference Number.
Valid IDs – At least bring two valid IDs when you go to the NBI Branch. here is the Complete list of Vaid IDs for NBI Clearance
Payment Receipt – Keep the receipt if you paid you NBI Clearance in any Payment option you choose to pay. This receipt still needs to present in the NBI Branch. Here is the Link How much is an NBI Clearance fee.