Guide on How to Become an NBI Agent

When investigating high-profile cases it requires a good agent to solve them and when it comes to solving cases, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) is the first thing that will come into our minds. NBI Agents is very vital in solving criminal cases here in the Philippines.

NBI is well known for providing efficient detection and conducting an investigation of crimes and other offenses against Philippine laws. It is being done to maintain peace and order in our country.

If you’re one of the aspiring NBI agent, this are some information you must know.

NBI only hire applicants who have clean records or those who passed the NBI Clearance plus the technical skills. In addition, they also prefer applicants who are Law Enforcers, Accountants, CPAs, or Lawyers.

Salary Amount:

Entry-Level Agent: Php 18,000 a month
Special Investigators: Php 32,000 a month
Older NBI Agents: Php 37,000 a month

13th-month pay
GSIS membership
PhilHealth membership
Pag-IBIG HDMF membership

Here’s the Eligibility Requirements:

  • Filipino citizen
  • 25 – 35 years old
  • Height: 5’5 for male, 5’3 for male
  • Good mental and physical health
  • with good moral character
  • Good eyesight
  • No tattoo/body piercing
  • 84% general average in school
  • No failing grade
  • with baccalaureate degree
  • Civil Service exam passer or board passer
  • No criminal records/crime

Requirements Needed:

  • 2×2 picture (2pcs)
  • College Diploma
  • Birth Certificate
  • NBI Clearance
  • Transcript of Records
  • Certificate of Residency
  • Civil Service/PRC/Bar
  • Income Tax Return (if applicable)
  • Marriage Contract (if applicable)

To clarify, if you wanted to apply as an NBI agent, you can try. However, you must remember that applying is not easy. All employer wanted to find the best employees, that is why they are conducting processes that you need to undergo before you get hired, so it is very important to be patient and persistent.

In addition, you can apply directly at NBI main office in Taft Avenue, Ermita, Manila, just proceed to the Personnel Department of the NBI and then inquire. Furthermore, you can also email them at [email protected] for more information and inquiries.

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