The Civil Status Module is aimed at tracking and registering marriages, births and deaths in an administrative-territorial unit.
Through this module, civil status information is handled: civil status documents, civil status certificates, family vouchers, as a starting point for keeping track of people in other modules.
The main objective of the Civil Status module is to record civil status records as well as complete and correct management of population records.
The specific objectives of the Civil Status module are: 1 Editing, updating or identifying by name and surname, surname and forenames, date of civil status act, date of death, etc .; 2 Extracting or filling in the individual and statistical data reporting forms; 3 Adding the three types of civil status acts (birth certificate, act of marriage certificate of death) and civil status certificates (birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate); 4 Adding people to marriage (pre-marriage data) in the database; 5 Managing data on birth, marriage, death certificates issued through records of birth certificates / marriages / deaths.
The main features of the Civil Status module are:
High-security relational database;
Possibilities of interfacing with other systems;
Flexibility for constantly adapting to requirements and operating safety;
Optimizing existing capabilities and related staff;
Data security through a system of access limitations based on user names and passwords;
Effective mechanisms for rescue / restoration of data;
Manage the nomenclatures. This simplifies data entry and ensures consistency and fairness.
Data processing is done at high speed on large data sets and can be made from distributed centers.
People search is done in real time, according to one or more criteria, approximate or exact.
Statistics / lists of marriages that will take place during certain periods;
List of marriages to be officiated on Saturdays and Sundays;
List of marriages to be posted in the current week;
List of deceased people;
List of deceased children up to the age of 18;
Communication of changes, Communication of mentions, communications of: birth, marriage, death;
Extract from the act of death;
Extract from the deceased registry;
Alphabetical description of death acts;
Minor people deceased;
Extract from the act of birth;
Extra from the birth registry;
Born on a specific month;
Alphabetical description of births.