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HAWAII Public Death Records

Vital records regarding deaths that take place in Hawaii are made and filed in the Department of Health of the state, specifically in the Office of Health Status Monitoring. Based on Hawaii state laws, access to these records are restricted.

Hawaii death records can be issued to persons who are authorized under law for various purposes, such as proving eligibility to survivor benefits, property rights, and other legal rights or transactions that may be made available with the help of the certificate. The death certificates in the office date back to 1862. This means that researchers and other people applying for a copy of the death certificates are more likely to find whatever it is that they are looking for regarding death statistics in the state.

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HAWAII Death Certificates

If you want to make a request you can apply for it at the following address:

State Department of Health
Office of Health Status Monitoring
Vital Records Section
P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu , HI 96801-9984

Those who are eligible to get a death certificate include the immediate family members of the deceased, the legal representatives to the deceased's estate, other persons who had legal interest which require the death certificate, and other types of person who have been specified by law. Naturally, if you can't prove that you have a tangible interest in acquiring the death certificate, the state of Hawaii will not issue you one. These documents, however, become public record and open to everyone the moment they reach 75 years old from filing.

Each first copy you apply for costs $10, while all the other copies you ask for at the same time will be charged $4 each. The payment can be made using a money order, certified check, or cashier's check, all of which made payable to the State Department of Health. The office does not accept personal checks.

If you want to know more about the applicable fees with respect to getting a death certificate, you can make the proper inquiry by dialing (808) 586-4533. For other information other than the general ones mentioned above regarding the steps to acquiring a death certificate in Hawaii , you can go to the state's respective website.

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Hawaii Territory

 

State of Hawaii:

Spoken Language:

  • English
  • Hawaiian

Capital: Honolulu

Largest City: Honolulu

Leading Causes of Death:

  • Heart Disease
  • Cancer
  • Stroke
  • Chronic Respiratory Diseases
  • Injuries
  • Liver Disease

Published by:
http://www.cdc.gov


 
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