Registrar's Association of New Jersey
Annual Meeting Notice at the NJ State League of Municipalities
November 19, 2013
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m.
Place: BALLY'S Park Place and the Boardwalk
1900 Pacific Ave, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
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President's Letter - September - 2013
I hope everyone enjoyed their summer. I just want to remind everyone to register for the November 19, 2013 meeting at Bally’s Park Place. Those who attend the full day session will receive 6 credits. Registration and Breakfast will begin at 8:00 am. Immediately following will be our business meeting.
The morning session topic will be from Homeland Security Forensic Laboratory. Assistant Special Agent Tim Mahony from the Department of Homeland Security Investigations unit which specializes in ID Fraud and AgentAli Kamaluddin Homeland Security Investigations ID Lab in Virginia will do 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.
Our afternoon session will be held at the Convention Center.Our first speaker will be Argean T.P. Cook, Imaging Certification Coordinator/ Records Analyst, Department of Treasury.He will be presenting Good Records Management - The Bridge OverTroubled Water’s in Room 421.The topics he will discuss are Disaster: Before - Identify and protect your essential records, During: What is the disaster, After - Recovery resources and information; Retention/Disposal: Retention Schedule, Artemis, Damaged Records; Technology: Scanned Images, Born Digital, and Migration.
Our second afternoon speaker will be Honorable Al Rivas from Middlesex County Family Court. He will be speaking to us about the process of Legal Name Change for Families as well as Adoptions for children. He will discuss the different protocols of making a legal name change from start to finish, in Room 417.
The By-Law’s committee has revised the by-laws and they are going to be posted on the website. Please review them so that we can discuss changes, if any and introduce them at the November meeting.
Finally, anyone interested in submitting an application for a scholarship, please do so right away. We are nearing our deadline and we have only received a few applications.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org