You may complete an access code request form found here.
Please note that if you have your test vendor ID number and not your access code, you may still be able to access your official record by clicking the "here" button on the diploma verification link below and entering the test vendor ID number and your last name at time of testing.
For specific information about the DU31 election option under the State Health Benefits Plan or the School Employees' Health Benefits Plan, refer to the Department of Treasury’s Pension & Benefits web pages.
must provide coverage for all family members who meet the definition of a dependent under the group health benefits plan, or must have waived coverage for an eligible dependent because the dependent is covered under another group health plan or government-sponsored plan.
The young adult may remain covered under his or her parent’s plan even if he or she marries.
(However, neither the young adult’s spouse nor child is entitled to coverage under the young adult’s parent’s plan).
Age 26 When a young adult ages-out of a group health plan after his or her 26th birthday, he or she will have the option to remain with the group’s coverage for an additional period of time by making a continuation election pursuant to: (1) COBRA, (2) New Jersey’s Small Group Continuation (NJSGC) law, or (3) the New Jersey Dependent Under 31 law (DU31).
A young adult who ages out of a parent’s individual health benefits plan doesn’t have these continuation rights.
If the young adult has coverage under his or her own employer plan or an individual policy, the young adult would have to give up the existing policy to move to the parent’s plan.If the State of New Jersey has a record for this individual, the page will indicate passing or failing status.A diploma date and overall pass indicate that the diploma was earned and is valid.is a New Jersey law that allows children older than the child-dependent age in a parent’s coverage to elect to remain covered until age 31, if certain other eligibility standards are met.In all instances, the person making the continuation election may be responsible for the full applicable premium, plus a 2% administrative fee – the employer is not required to contribute to the premium at all.
If you do not have it you have to follow the steps listed below.