You can now download the affidavit of residency form if you are applying for the SSS Loan Restructuring Program of 2016. Or you can copy the contents of the sample form below and then type it into a new Word document, fill it up with your personal details except do not fill-up the last section beginning with the line “Witness my hand…” then print the form.
Before you do either of the options, check first if you qualify, if you are eligible for the loan condonation program.
You can also find here the required documents and IDs to present to the SSS branch when you apply for your past due loan to be restructured.
Visit the SSS website for a sample of the affidavit of residency form. Download the form and print it. Then go to your lawyer to have your residency affidavit notarized. If you don’t have a lawyer, you can visit a PAO office or the Public Attorney’s Office to request for notarization of your SSS affidavit of residency.
You need to sign the Affidavit in the presence of the lawyer, so do not sign the document ahead of time.
Click the sample form to go to the downloadable one from the SSS site.
If you are an OFW with outstanding SSS loan or have been based abroad but you want to also apply for loan restructuring, you will need to use the Affidavit of Residency (for Foreign Office). This is different from the regular affidavit; the regular affidavit needs notarization, while the foreign office counterpart requires the signature of the foreign office administering office.
Also, please don’t forget to bring your SS ID or your Community Tax Certificate or cedula, this is needed when your SSS affidavit of residency document is notarized.
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