Only certain individuals are eligible to request vital records in Hawaii. These include the person named on the record, immediate family members, legal representatives, and government agencies with a legitimate need.
To request a birth certificate or other vital record, you will need to provide certain information such as the full name of the person named on the record, the date and place of the event, and the names of the parents.
You can order Hawaii vital records online, by mail, in person, or over the phone.
You will need to provide identification to order a vital record in Hawaii. Acceptable forms of identification include a valid government-issued photo ID or two documents that show your name and address.
There is a fee for ordering a birth certificate or other vital record in Hawaii. The fee varies depending on the type of record and the method of ordering.
Once your order is processed, you will receive the requested vital record in the mail or in person if you chose that option.
It's important to note that the process and requirements for ordering a vital record may vary depending on the type of record, so be sure to check the Hawaii Department of Health website for specific information and instructions.
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