How to get red ribbon school documents from the Embassy
Original DFA Authentication Certificate with the attached CHED or School Certification, Authentication and Verification (CAV) is needed before the embassy can issue a certification (red ribbon) of school documents.
CAV is a requirement for Filipinos who are applying to work or study abroad. Usually TOR (Transcript of Records), diploma and certificates are requested for CAV. You can get it from Deped (if you need your documents and school records such as TOR and Diploma from your high school have CAV or Red Ribbon), CHED (if you need your documents from your college or graduate school to have certification, authentication and verification or pass thru Red Ribbon purposes), or TESDA (if your training and technical course certificates need to have CAV).
Once you have your CAV, you can apply for Red Ribbon documents at the Philippine Embassy on Sukhumvit 31. Service fee is 925 baht.
Below is the step by step procedures at the Philippine Embassy in Bangkok.
HOW TO OBTAIN THE EMBASSY CERTIFICATION (RED RIBBON) OF YOUR PHILIPPINE SCHOOL DOCUMENTS
1. Submit the following:
(a) Original DFA Authentication Certificate with the attached CHED or School Certification, Authentication and Verification (CAV), and the school documents (diploma, transcript, etc)
(b) Photocopy of (a)
(c) Photocopy of your passport (photopage only)
2. Pay the service fee of THB925
3. Claim the Embassy Certification
NOTE: Depending on the number of clients, applications received from 8:30 am – 10:00 am can be claimed on the same day from 11:00 am onward. If from 10:00 am – 12:00 noon, release is 2:00 pm onward. If from 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm, release is 4:00 pm onward.
For more information, please visit the Embassy website or send an email to email@example.com.