PRC Initial Registration Instructions for July 2011 Nursing Board Exam Passers

Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) instructions for new professionals who have just passed the nursing board exam (Nurse Licensure Examination):

Initial registrants should come personally to the PRC office to affix his/her signature in the registry book.

1. Duly-accomplished Oath Form or “Panunumpa ng Propesyonal” form. Go here to download the Oath Form or “Panunumpa ng Propesyonal” form. (This Oath Form is also available at the PRC.)
2. Current Community Tax Certificate (cedula).
3. Two (2) pcs. passport size pictures with name tag (for Oath Form and Certificate of Registration).
4. One (1) pc. 1×1 picture in plain background with complete name tag (for Registry of Professionals).
5. Two (2) sets of metered documentary stamps (for Oath Form and Certificate of Registration).
6. One (1) short brown envelope with your NAME and PROFESSION (Nurse) written on it.
7. Initial Registration Fee of PhP 600 (six hundred pesos).
8. Triennial Registration Fee of PhP 450 (four hundred fifty pesos) for 2011 – 2014.

Step 1. Accomplish the Oath Form or “Panunumpa ng Propesyonal” form.
Step 2. Pay for two sets of metered documentary stamps (one stamped on the Oath Form and one for the Registration Certificate) at the Customer Service Center.
Step 3. Present duly-accomplished Oath Form (where your profession belongs, for verification of records and assessment at Window 14, Window 19, Window 28 or at PRC Service Center, Ever-Recto.)
Step 4. Pay prescribed fees at the Cashier.
Step 5. Sign in the Registry Book and receive your claim slip at: Window 17, Window 20, Window 27.
Step 6. Claim your professional ID as scheduled (usually after 2 months upon registration). Refer to your claim slip for further instructions.

Certificates and PRC ID shall be claimed by the licensee personally at the Central Office or the Regional Office where the application has been filed. If there is an unavoidable need for a representative, the representative must present his/her identification paper with picture and a Special Power of Attorney.


1. The following are the requirements:

  • Take the professional’s oath before the Philippine Consul.
  • Special Power of Attorney notarized by the Consul.
  • Copy of passport page showing personal data.
  • Copy of passport page showing date of entry abroad.

2. Refer to PRC Resolution No. 2006-313 Series of 2006 (Resolution amending item No. 1, Paragraph 3 of Commission Resolution No. 2004-235 Series of 2004 regarding the personal filling up of entries of data in the registry of professionals.)

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