Quote from xxjjccbb
hi there.. i actually went through almost the same situation as yours.. i took the nov2008 nle and left manila on february without knowing the results.. when the results came out, i asked someone to get my board ratings (i left him a special power of atty for that before i left) and sent it to me here in US.. i went to the philippine consulate in LA and took my oath there. you just need to bring your board ratings and the oath form from PRC.. i also requested another special power of atty from the consulate so he could process my initial registration with PRC.. i sent the notarized oath form from the consulate, the board ratings, and the new special power of atty back to the philippines.. and that's it.. of course you have to pay the registration fee at PRC.. and they will release your license.. goodluck!
hi there! thanks for replying. I called the PRC office in Manila and what they advised me is basically the same as what you have said. But I have a few more questions..
the board ratings, that's the one given by PRC with your scores from the NLE right? 'cause in my case, I did not ask someone to get it and send it to me. Apparently, PRC sent it to my school, and the staff from my school gave it to my brother when he went to secure my Transcript of records. But, I'm not sure if that is the one.
When you went to the Philippine Consulate in LA, did you have to make an appointment or you just walked in? And aside from your board ratings and oath form from PRC, are there any other documents or requirements needed there at the Consulate? those requirements stated in PRC website (e.g pictures, cedula, documentary stamps) will be needed in the processing of the initial registration with PRC right, not when you take the oath? And, how much did you have to pay, for the oath taking and special Power of Attorney?
I hope I'm not bothering you with this so many questions. I'm just so clueless with this.
Again, thank you very much!^^