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The Human Rights Victims Claims Board will be taking in applications again starting tomorrow, April 8, 2015 and would end on May 30, 2015.
HRVCB has sent messages to the applicants who were listed with them regarding their schedule. They were advised that incomplete documents will not be entertained and/or will be subject for rescheduling.
ALL HRVCB offices will be operating tomorrow at 8:00AM and would follow the claimants scheduling system. Walk-in applicants would be considered within office hours only. The claimants should reply to the text message sent in by the HRVCB staff confirming his/her slot for the schedule, request for a reschedule or verify if he/she has already filed in their application.
The schedule is based on the name of the victim, not the representative. This is not to be confused with one representative for multiple victim is not allowed. It is actually allowed as long as you can prove your filiation to the victim and an authorized representative. The first statement only means that the representative would have to ask for a schedule for each victim that he/she is representing for.
The applicant shall submit the following to support eligibility as a claimant:
a) Application Form;
b) Detailed notarized statement of the human rights violation;
c) Proof of filiation and relationship issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) or Office of the Local Civil Registrar. In the absence thereof, affidavits of at least two (2) disinterested individuals;
d) In case the HRVV is physically incapacitated to file the application personally, a notarized authorization showing proof of identity of the authorized representative and his/her bona fide relationship with the victim;
e) In case of mental or psychological disability of the HRVV, proof of filiation and relationship of the nearest next of kin in accordance with the Civil Code provisions on succession issued by the NSO or Office of the Local Civil Registrar.
For more information, you can give them a call at 0999-505-9737 or visit their website hrvclaimsboard.gov.ph
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