How to marry in Hawaii

When: Tuesday, June 3 at 6:30pm Where: Honolulu Plaza Hotel, 821 East Ala Moana Street, Honolulu, HI Admission: Free Weather: Clear Caption: An American marriage, prayer for marriage and an appeal for the marriage license in Hawaii are featured on the front of the Hawaii Marriage License article The Hawaii Marriage Licensing Board has been inundated with requests from interested couples, who have asked the Board to issue marriage licenses in their jurisdictions.

Hawaii is one of only two states where this is not the case. 

But in the past several years, a small number of couples in Hawaii have asked for licenses in other jurisdictions, including California, which is currently working on a new process for issuing marriage licenses.

This has resulted in a temporary ban on issuing marriage licensees to Hawaii residents, which has now been lifted.

“We’re in a unique situation in that we are the only state in the nation that has no rules regarding how we deal with this,” said Michael Ritter, Hawaii Attorney General.

“We can’t just do what everyone else is doing and say, ‘This is OK, we’re just going to get it done.'” 

The issue of marriage licenses was brought to Hawaii’s attention last year by a woman named Kelly, who asked for a marriage license to marry her husband, Michael, after they divorced in the state. 

The Hawaii Attorney Generals office, in collaboration with the Honolulu City Attorney’s Office, went to the Board of Registration to conduct a background check on the applicant. 

“This background check was a complete and complete success,” Ritter said.

“It showed that the applicant did not have any criminal history, had no prior criminal convictions and had no criminal convictions that were pending against them.

They were completely and totally innocent.” 

The application for a Hawaii marriage license was accepted, and the Board completed a background investigation and issued the marriage certificate.

“This is something that is in the national interest,” Ratter said. 

As of Tuesday, there are more than 300,000 marriage licenses available in Hawaii. 

While some of the couples have been waiting for their license for a long time, others have come forward to request their license after their marriage license is issued. 

One of the first couples to receive a marriage certificate in Hawaii was a former Air Force veteran, who married her husband in 2015. 

She is now a mother to a 3-year-old son, and her husband has recently been deployed to Afghanistan. 

Hawaii is one state where marriage licenses are still not available for all couples, but Ritter is hopeful that this will change soon.

“I think the Hawaii License Board is going to do their best to get this done in time for the general public,” he said.

“As long as the licenses are issued, people should be able to marry their spouse.

They should be treated like any other citizen in Hawaii.”