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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Eli Ayase UR 370

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Thursday, July 09, 2015

PRC Initial Registration for New Architects: How it should be done



STEP 0: Preparation

 1) Prepare the following: 

  • duly accomplished Oath Form (with 1 photo already PASTED on) 
  • current Community Tax Certificate (cedula)
  • extra 1 passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag) 
  • short brown envelope with name and profession
  • Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2015-2018, P42 (EXACT! They don't have enough change) for 2 sets of metered documentary stamps, P700 for UAP-IAPOA Membership Fee, and P2 for photocopy of UAP-IAPOA Membership Fee O.R.

 2) On the day of registration, get your O.R. of membership from UAP-IAPOA at address 929 Consuelo Bldg, Room 307, Morayta, Manila. Pay P700. They will also give you a short brown envelope containing their brochure and a ribbon medal to wear to the Oath Taking ceremony. Speaking of which...

You may also buy Oath Taking ceremony tickets there at P1200 per head (plus optional P350 exclusive photographer fees) if you do not wish to wait until the day of the ceremony itself to buy them.

3) Photocopy O.R. of membership from UAP-IAPOA across PRC (because the one inside recently broke down). Pay P2.

4) Buy 2 sets of metered documentary stamps inside PRC, right by the entrance. Pay P42. Put the other metered documentary stamp in your short brown envelope along with  your 1 extra photo. Go on to the Main Bldg. Ground Floor.

STEP 1: Verification

 1) Queue at Window 11/12 in PRC Main Bldg, Ground Floor. Submit Oath Form and O.R. photocopy. They will staple them together.

 2) Sit down somewhere and wait until they call you. Receive Permanent Examination and Registration Record Card (PERRC) along with stapled Oath Form.

 STEP 2: Payment

 1) Queue at Window 1/2. Submit stapled Oath Form and PERRC. Pay P1050.

 STEP 3: License Form

 1) Queue at Window 8/9Write in black ink details at the back of PERRC such as amount, date registered, etc. Submit PERRC face down. 

 2) Sit down somewhere and wait until they call you. Receive printout with license number. Stamp right thumbprint.

 STEP 4: Finishing

 1) Sit down in front of Window 10/11 and change seats as the queue moves. Signed 3 specimen signatures and write on short brown envelope your license number while waiting and changing seats. Approach an available Window as soon as it's your turn. 

 2) Submit short brown envelope (containing unpasted metered documentary stamp and 1 extra photo), stapled Oath Form, PERRC, and printout. Receive Claim stub.


DONE. See you at the Oath Taking! :D

PRC Initial Registration for New Architects: How it actually happened

Warning: This is the chaos version! For the ideal version check the next post :) 

 STEP 1: Verification

 1) Prepared the following: duly accomplished Oath Form, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), lots of passport size pictures (colored with white background and complete name tag), 1 short brown envelope with name and profession, and Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2015-2018. Arrived early (11am). 

 2) Queued at Window 12 in PRC Main Bldg, Ground Floor to present everything prepared. Was told to buy 2 sets of metered documentary stamps. 

 3) Bought 2 sets of metered documentary stamps. One was pasted on the Oath Form and the other was put inside the short brown envelope. They can't give me exact change so it was P3 short. 

 4) Queued at Window 12 again. Was told to paste the photo onto the Oath Form. 

 5) Sought the counter with a tub of paste. Pasted the photo onto the Oath Form. 

 6) Queued at Window 12 again. Oath Form was received. 

 7) Sat down somewhere and waited until my name gets called. My name got called. Was told to get O.R. of membership from UAP-IAPOA at address 929 Consuelo Bldg, Room 307, Morayta, Manila. The PRC website said nothing about getting an O.R. from UAP-IAPOA. 

 8) Walked around looking for Consuelo Bldg until a guard called me over to direct me up the stairs (poor guy must have been calling lost-looking new architects off the street all day). The cost was P700. The PRC website said nothing about preparing P700. and they gave a short brown envelope containing a brochure and a ribbon medal thing to wear at the ceremony. They were also selling tickets to the Oath Taking Ceremony at P1200 per head plus P350 for in-event photographer. Sought an ATM to withdraw to buy 4 tickets. Got the O.R. and walked back to PRC. 

 9) Queued at Window 12 again. Was told to get a photocopy of the O.R. Onga naman.

 10) Went out of the Main Bldg. to find PRC's xerox machine broke down so had to go out across the street for a copy costing P2. Got the photocopy. 

 11) Queued at Window 12 again. Oath Form with pasties and photocopy was finally received and stapled together. Was never asked for my cedula because I already wrote its number in the Oath Form. Thank you PRC website. 

 12) Sat down somewhere and waited until my name gets called. My name got called. My Permanent Examination and Registration Record Card (PERRC) was handed to me, along with my stapled Oath Form. Was told to go on to STEP 2. 

 STEP 2: Payment

 1) Queued at Window 1 (Window 2 was closed). Presented stapled Oath Form. Paid P1050. Was told to go on to STEP 3. 

 STEP 3: License Form

 1) Queued at Window 8. Was told to write in black ink the amount paid, something else(I forgot), and date registered at the back of PERRC, which I should place face down on top of the stack of face-down PERRCs of fellow registrants. 

 2) Sat down somewhere and waited until my name gets called. My name got called. My printout with license number was handed to me. Stamped right thumbprint. Was told to go on to STEP 4. 

 STEP 4: Claim Stub

 1) Sat down in front of Windows 7, 10, and 11 and changed seats as the queue moved. Signed 3 specimen signatures and wrote on short brown envelope my license number while waiting and changing seats(kinda tricky). Approached an available Window as soon as it's my turn. Presented short brown envelope (containing unpasted metered documentary stamp and 1 photo), stapled Oath Form, and PERRC. Claim stub was ripped off the Oath Form and handed to me. Was told to claim my Professional ID card at the Oath Taking. Was finally done and able to have lunch at 2pm.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Bloglovin

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I found Bloglovin' when I was looking for a way to keep myself up to date with my friends' blogs. A friend in Facebook linked to her latest blogpost where she reviewed a toner for oily skin. Having skin so oily, US troops would invade it, I'm pretty interested. I'll probably try it when my current toner runs out.

Until then, I'm happy with my Eskinol Calamansi... Not as glamorous, but it gets the job done ;)

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Friday, December 13, 2013

EvaWally update

In case you're wondering what EvaWally's all about, the countdown was to our wedding.
Wall-E was one of the themes used in the big day, because that's the movie we watched in our first date.
The artwork you see here is a pencil art commission by Brianna, which is then inked by me.

Saturday, July 07, 2012

Countdown to EvaWally