Partnership for Prosperity
99th New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference
NOVEMBER 18-20, 2014
NJ State Registrar's Association Meeting
Tuesday - November 18, 2014 - Bally's
New Jersey State League of Municipalities - REGISTRATION
General Conference Information
TO EARN CEU's YOU MUST PAY FOR A NJ LEAGUE CONFERNCE BADGE
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Message from the President:
I wanted to give you an update for the 2014 League Conference which will be held on November 18th at Bally’s Park Place in Atlantic City, NJ. The Registration and Breakfast will begin at 8:00 am. Then immediately following will be our business meeting, which you will receive 1 CEU credit.
The morning session topic will be from Homeland Security Forensic Laboratory. The section Chief, John Mingione, of the Department of Homeland Security Investigations unit which specializes in ID Fraud will be giving the presentation. Mr. Minigione will be doing a presentation on defining what to look for in ID’s for legitimate purposes versus fraudulent ID’s. The Homeland Security Forensic Laboratory will present a two hour overview of travel and identity documents that can be used as supporting documents to obtain U.S. vital records. These documents include U.S. Passports, visas, certificates of naturalization and permanent resident and employment authorization cards. There will be a questions and answer segment to follow after presentation. You will be receiving 2 CEU credits for your entire attendance of the session.
Our afternoon session will be held at the Convention Center. Please be aware to earn CEUs you must have pay for an NJ League Conference Badge.
Our first speaker will be Vincent Arrisi, State Registrar. Mr. Arrisi will be presenting the Vital Information Platform program.This is the new electronic vital information system that will include births, fetal deaths, marriages, civil unions, domestic partnerships and deaths. The first module will only have births and fetal deaths. The training at the meeting will be for the first module and the role of the local registrar in the registration process along with specific system training that will cover step by step instruction on reviewing, accepting and certifying those documents. This seesion will take place in room 304 of the Convention Center.
Our second afternoon speaker will be the Corrections Unit of the Department of Health, State of New Jersey. This will be an overview of process and training on the process along with a review of the forms to be used for each scenario. This session will be in room 312 of the Convention Center.
If you attend all of the sessions above, you will be receiving 6 CEU credits for the day.
All the information about the conference is listed here on our website. We do have blocked rooms at Bally’s for those who wish to stay. All housing requests, must to first to the AC Central Reservations, Attention: Nancy Rodriguez, 201 Tilton Road, London Square Mall, Suite 17B, Northfield NJ 08225. If you desire to send your housing needs to the hotel directly, then please also copy them to AC Central Reservations.
As always, I look forward to seeing you at the conference. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at (201)943-1700, ext. 6007 or via email at email@example.com
Lynn Minetti, President of NJ Registrar Assocation