Hawaii Marriage Records

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Hawaii Marriage Records Search

You may have a number of reasons for wanting to obtain your Hawaii marriage records. Perhaps you want to change the name on your license or passport. You may have to prove to some government entity that you are married. Alternatively, you could just want a copy of the Hawaii marriage certificate for your records. you have a few options for getting copies of your records. The following text includes some ideas. you can choose the one of these that works the best for you.

How To Obtain Hawaii Marriage Records on Oahu

If you would like to obtain your Hawaii marriage records in person, you can do that by visiting the Hawaii Department of Health in Honolulu. You do not have to make an appointment. You can walk into the facility anytime during operating hours, which are 7:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays. The address that you want to visit is 1250 Punchbowl Street in room 101 on the first floor. That is in Honolulu, and the zip code is 96801. The long name of the specific department that you are visiting is the Office of Health Status Monitoring Issuance/Vital Statistics Section. To obtain your marriage documents, you will need a government issued identification card such as a driver’s license or passport, and you will need to have the fee. The fee is nominal for the marriage certificate and then $4 for the other ones. The office takes various forms of cash such as credit cards and cash but does not take personal checks.

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You can order your marriage certificate by mail if you don’t need to have it the same day you request it. What you can do is send your request to the above-mentioned address with a certified check, cashier’s check or money order in the envelope. You must make out the money order or check to the State Department of Health.

Hawaii Marriage Records By Phone

If You would like to order your Hawaii marriage license over the phone, you are invited to dial 808-586-4545 and request copies of such a document. The phone system is available 24 hours a day and seven days a week for your convenience.

If you would prefer to order you document from a third-party provider, you can go to site like SearchQuarry.com, https://vitrec.ehawaii.gov/vitalrecords. Marriage records are a matter of public record. Therefore, you can have access to them through third-party databases.

Now you know how to get hold of your marriage certificate for a variety of reasons. You can receive an official copy with a raised seal. You have several convenient options for getting the records that you need to prove that you are a married man or woman. The method that you choose to use will depend on when you need the certificate. You can get it instantly, within a few days or within a few weeks. It’s up to you.


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  1. says:

    Melinda, thank you for reaching out about our Hawaii marriage record blog. It looks like you might be trying to contact the Hawaii State Department of Health if you’re inquiring about an open order to obtain a copy of your marriage certificate. You can call them directly @ 808-586-4400

  2. says:

    Hi, my name is Melinda, I submitted the questions for my marriage license certified and I might have the date wrong of the wedding. It’s been so long and it could be August 1 or 2, 1992. I put August 8,1992. So if you have any questions you can email or call at 808-225-5351. I already paid for it online..

  3. says:

    In order to receive a certified copy of a Hawaii marriage license you will need to visit the Hawaii Department of Health website. There you can obtain an official copy of your Hawaii marriage certificate by ordering online. The processing may take a few weeks and you’ll be mailed a certified copy of the Hawaii marriage certificate as long as you’ve fulfilled all the required details listed below.

    Get a Certified Copy of a Hawaii Marriage License

    1. Visit the Hawaii State Department of Health website
    2. Fill out the required vital records request form
    3. Select your relationship to the bride or groom
    4. Pay the $12.50 fee for a certified copy
    5. Pick it up in person or have it mailed to you

  4. says:

    Need certified copy of marriage license for Paula Joan Mccoy and Jerry Wayne Anderson

  5. says:

    Your best option to finding out about your Hawaii marriage records and the legitimacy of your Hawaii marriage license, you should reach out to the Hawaii State Department of Health. They are the managing state agency in Hawaii for marriage records, birth and death records.

  6. says:

    My daughter and son-in-law recently told me the minister who married them never had them sign any documents after the wedding – how can we be sure they are legally married?

  7. says:

    In order to correct an incorrect Hawaii marriage record, you will want to contact the Hawaii State Department of Health. You can email them or call them to inquire about how to go about doing this. For your convenience we have provided you with the contact information below.

    Hawaii Department of Health Contact Info

    Phone Number: (808) 586-4539
    Email: info@ehawaii.gov

  8. says:

    How can I correct my marriage certificate. I signed my maiden name instead of my married last name

  9. says:

    In order to obtain a copy of your official Hawaii marriage certificate you will need to contact the Hawaii Department of Health. There you can order copies of your Hawaii marriage certificate online. Copies of certified Hawaii marriage certificates are $10 for the first copy.

    How to Get a Copy of a Hawaii Marriage Certificate

    1. Visit the Hawaii Department of Health website
    2. Request to order a copy of a certified marriage certificate
    3. Fill out the online form from the Vital Records department
    4. Pay the $10 fee for the certified copy of the certificate
    5. Receive your Hawaii marriage certificate copy in a few weeks

  10. says:

    I am in the process of renewing my Hawaii State Driver’s license and they require an original copy of my marriage certificate from my first marriage (which I of course, do no longer have). The information is as follows:
    Thomas Chitose Oshiro and Diane P. Kau were (we) married in June of 1966 (date unknown).

    I can now be reached at:
    Diane P. Ishimoto
    4300 Waialae Ave. Apt. B506
    Honolulu, Hi 96816
    Cell # (808) 285-4004

    I would appreciate your expedited response to this request and apologize for the inconvenience.

Last Updated: 2017-10-16

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