Obtaining a Marriage License

  • There are no residence or citizenship requirements.
  • Blood tests are not required.
  • The legal age to marry is 18 years for both males and females.
  • Males or females of 15 – 17 years of age who wish to marry require the written consent of both parents, legal guardian, or the family court. The parents or legal guardian do not have to be residents of the state. Consent forms may be obtained from a marriage license agent.
  •  Proof of age is required. A certified copy of a birth certificate must be presented for anyone 18 years of age or under. A valid I.D. or driver’s license may be presented for anyone 19 years of age or over.
  •  Cousins may marry. However, the blood relationship between the prospective bride and groom cannot be closer than first cousins.
  •  The prospective bride and groom must appear together in person before a marriage license agent to apply for a marriage license. Proxies are not allowed.
  •  The prospective bride and groom must prepare an official application and file the application in person with the marriage license agent.
  •  The marriage license costs $60.00, payable in cash at the time the application is made.
  •  The marriage license is good only in, but is valid throughout, the State of Hawaii.
  •  The marriage license expires 30 days from and including the date of issuance, after which it automatically becomes null and void.
  •  If you do not get married within the 30 days, return the unused license in the pre-addressed envelope provided to you for invalidation.

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