Philippine Daily Inquirer
STEPS IN REQUESTING SALN
FROM OFFICE OF THE OMBUDSMAN:
• SALN request form: https://goo.gl/0BNFef
• Two government-issued IDs
• Authorization letter or special power of attorney for representative
1 Submit accomplished SALN request form and IDs to the Ombudsman’s public assistance office.
2 Ombudsman lawyer administers oath.
3 Director of the public assistance office approves request.
4 Records division verifies the availability of the SALN, retrieves it, reproduces and certifies it, and prepares payment slip.
5 Applicant proceeds to the cashier to pay and receives official receipt. Fee: P5 per page for plain photo copies/P10 per certified copy plus P100 for certification fee 6 SALN is released to requester.
FROM SENATE SECRETARY:
1 Address request letter to the Senate secretary. Indicate the names and years of SALNs you wish to request. You can fax the letter to the secretary’s office.
2 Follow up your request after two days. They will give you a date when you can get your requests.
3 Go to the Senate to claim the SALNs. You must claim personally to pay the fee.
FROM CLERK OF COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT:
1 Fill out the SALN request form (https://goo.gl/NwR9FD) and either fax ([+02]525-3208) or e-mail (email@example.com) along with the supporting documents required. Each request must explain the specific purpose and “their individual interests sought to be served.”
2 Wait for the clerk of court to contact you about the request. The court en banc will have to approve the request.
3 After approval, visit the court to pay the fees and receive the SALNs. Fee: P4 per page for plain photo copies/P10 per certified copy plus P100 for certification fee of each document