Commonwealth Act No. 647: An Act to Grant Maternity Leave to Married Women Who are in the Service of the Government or of any of its InstrumentalitiesAN ACT TO GRANT MATERNITY LEAVE TO MARRIED WOMEN WHO ARE IN THE SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT OR OF ANY OF ITS INSTRUMENTALITIES.
Commonwealth Act No. 625: An Act Providing the Manner in Which the Option to Elect Philippine Citizenship Shall be Declared by a Person Whose Mother is a Filipino CitizenThe option to elect Philippine citizenship in accordance with subsection (4), Section 1, Article IV, of the Constitution shall be expressed in a statement to be signed and sworn to by the party concerned before any officer authorized to administer oaths, and shall be filed with the nearest civil registry. The said party shall accompany the aforesaid statement with the oath of allegiance to the Constitution and the Government of the Philippines.
- A Bureau of Immigration [now Commission on Immigration and Deportation] is established under a Commissioner of Immigration, who shall have two assistants, a First Deputy Commissioner of Immigration [now Associate Commissioner of Immigration] and a Second Deputy Commissioner of Immigration [now Associate Commissioner of Immigration]. For administrative purposes, the Bureau of Immigration [now Commission on Immigration and Deportation] shall be under the supervision and control of the Department of Labor [now Department of Justice] or of any other executive department which the President may subsequently determine.
- Commonwealth Act No. 473: Revised Naturalization Law AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE ACQUISITION OF PHILIPPINE CITIZENSHIP BY NATURALIZATION, AND TO REPEAL ACTS NUMBERED TWENTY-NINE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVEN AND THIRTY-FOUR HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHT Sec. 1. Title of Act. – This Act shall be known and may be cited as the “Revised Naturalization Law.” Sec. 2. continue reading : Commonwealth Act No. 473: Revised Naturalization Law