Skip to comments.ANYONE under 1 year of age could get a Hawaiian birth certificate until 1972.
Posted on 11/28/2008 2:37:01 PM PST by E. Pluribus Unum
Who is Eligible to Apply for the Issuance of a Late Birth Certificate in Lieu of a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth?
The Certificate of Hawaiian Birth program was established in 1911, during the territorial era, to register a person born in Hawaii who was one year old or older and whose birth had not been previously registered in Hawaii. The Certificate of Hawaiian Birth Program was terminated in 1972, during the statehood era.
Certified copies of a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth may be requested following the procedures for certified copies of standard birth certificates (see Certified Copies). The eligibility requirements for issuance of a certified copy of a standard birth certificate apply to Certificates of Hawaiian Birth. And the same fees charged for standard birth certificates are charged for Certificates of Hawaiian Birth. Copies of the set of testimony used to establish a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth may also be requested, and an additional fee is charged for each copy of the set of testimony.
Any person to whom a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth has been issued may submit a request to amend an entry, including a legal change of name, on an existing Certificate. A request to amend a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth will, however, be considered to be and treated as an application with the Department of Health for registration of a late certificate of birth in current use, unless a standard birth certificate for that person already exists in the vital records of the Department of Health. Should there be a situation of dual registration, the requested amendment will be made to the standard birth certificate on file if the required documentary evidence in support of the amendment has been submitted and evaluated to be adequate. If there is no standard birth certificate on file, an applicant is required to submit documentary evidence of the birth facts necessary to support of the registration of the late certificate of birth. If approved, the late birth certificate will be registered in place of the Certificate of Hawaiian Birth, which must then be surrendered to the Department of Health.
Tinfoil hat. I don’t like Obama either, but this is a dead end street. Have you seen the birth announcement in the local paper in Hawaii from a few days after the birth certificate?
I SURRENDER!!! Gawwwd, no wonder he spent $800k to avoid this process.
Am I incorrect in assuming that a Certificate of Live Birth is different from a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth?
Then why, for the sake of Aluminum Ore prices, are Obama’s birth records sealed by order of the Govenor of Hawaii? Why would anyone’s birth records be ordered sealed by the govenor of any state? Can you provide us ‘tin hats’ just one reason?
Could you provide a link so I can see what that poor innocent man has been hiding.
"...to register a person born in Hawaii who was one year old or older and whose birth had not been previously registered in Hawaii. The Certificate of Hawaiian Birth Program was terminated in 1972, during the statehood era."
Sounds like a catch-up for unregistered Hawaiian births, not just any Tom, Dick, or Barry.
Big deal. Anyone can put a birth announcement in any paper. People here do it all the time when they have a new grandchild.
LOL! Well that settles it. I hope the attorneys will give OB his 800,000 back.
Yes, we announced the birth of our grandson last year. You just take it to the paper.
“Have you seen the birth announcement in the local paper in Hawaii from a few days after the birth certificate?”
You could probably phone that in from anywhere on the planet. And her parents were there at the time, right?
If this birth announcement is to be given any legal weight, then there’s the problem of fictitious address. Neither BHO, Sr., Stanley Ann Dunham nor her parents ever lived there.
The plot thickens....
Have you seen the birth announcement in the local paper in Hawaii from a few days after the birth certificate?’
I had a stillbirth in 1959 that got an “announcement” in the papers.
Which hospital was nearest to this address mentioned in the birth announcement?
....Why would anyones birth records be ordered sealed by the govenor of any state?...
The Governor did not “seal” Obama’s birth certificate, as has been repeated here and other places ad infinitum. The Governor instructed the Registrar to place Obama’s COLB in a secure location. This was done to ensure that STATE LAWS applicable to every Hawaiian citizen are followed.
I live in a state where BC are for all practical purposes public records. Hawaii apparently treats BC’s very differently.
It has occurred to me that the birth certificate may spell out 0bama's full name, including the second middle name, Muhammed - - "Barack Hussein Muhammed Obama". He probably thinks it's embarrassing.
Or, it names communist pedophile Frank Davis as his father.
I don't know what the big deal is in either case - - Democrats don't care about anything except who will deliver "free stuff" of one kind or another, confiscated by big government from their neighbors and "redistributed" to them. (Can you imagine anything more rude and selfish than voting Democrat?)
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