BIR Form 1902 can relate to Application for Registration For Individuals Earning Purely Compensation Income, and Non-Resident Citizens / Resident Alien Employee. Any person, whether natural or juridical, required under the authority of the Internal Revenue Code to make, render or file a return, statement or other documents, shall be supplied with or assigned a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) to be indicated in the return, statement or document to be filed with the Bureau of Internal Revenue, for his proper identification for tax purposes (Sec. 236 (j) of the Tax Code).
- Birth certificate of applicant or any valid ID that will show the applicant’s complete name, birth date and signature;
- Birth certificates of declared dependents if any;
- Waiver of husband on his right to claim additional exemptions, if wife claims exemption;
Marriage contract, if married
2. The employer shall accomplish the applicable sections of the application form.
3. Submit BIR Form 1902 to the Revenue District Office (RDO) having jurisdiction over the place of office of the employer where such employee is expected to report for work.
New employees shall accomplish and file the application within ten (10) days from date of employment.
If everything went well, the Officer In Charge will let you go and instruct you to come back to claim your TIN ID. And.. your done!