When you are the first son of the family and your father is excited to name you after him, you will likely be a Jr., III or etc.
Sounds cool right?
But there is a bit problem when you get an ID and if you are not careful when you fill up your information.
I was really surprised when I was processing my SSS number to make it permanent. To get one, you need two IDs with your name and your birth certificate (NSO or PSA certified). Your NSO/PSA should be exactly same with your IDs so your request will be granted. My problem is the placement of my Suffix is wrong. In my IDs, it is written after my first name while in my Birth Certificate, it is written after my family name. I really did not expect it to be not the same as when you fill up a form, there is a suffix box and when you fill it, the result will be your Suffix after your first name.
So, to correct this mistake, getting new IDs with your suffix after your family name is a must. Instead of writing your suffix name in the suffix box, you should fill it after your family name to avoid future problem like mine.