Asian Quake Tsunamis Assistance for Next Of Kin

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Those who have family members visiting or living in the Asian Quake, tsunamis area can register vital information.

The National Next Of Kin Registry would like to inform those who have family members visiting or living in the Asian quake tsunamis area to visit the National Next Of Kin website, to register vital information about their family members in the event this information is needed by the authorities or search and rescue teams.

The National Next Of Kin Registry (NOKR) is a new high-speed solution to locating your Next Of Kin in urgent situations. NOKR is designed as an emergency contact system to help if you or your family member is missing, critically injured or deceased. NOKR is a free service to the public as well as the Local and State agencies using the search service.

NOKR has had tremendous success on the regional level and now on the national level. NOKR is a steadfast organization dedicated to bridging the information gap between the public and the registered agencies. NOKR's nonprofit free service provides these agencies assistance in the rapid location for those who have registered their next of kin or emergency point of contact.

We should mention there is no other service like NOKR that is available anywhere in the USA, Canada or Mexico.

Many unfortunate accidents happen each day to individuals in our society and many of them do not have information, which could lead to expeditious family location. NOKR is beneficial in many ways. In the unique and changing socio political climate we currently live in, unfortunately tragedies such as 9/11 or even more recently, hurricane Charlie have reminded us about our vulnerability and the importance of family. The National Next of Kin Registry is becoming a vital link to the needs of law enforcement and emergency services nationwide.

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