Do it yourself
In Hawaii apostilles for public and private documents are issued by the office of the Honourable Shan S. Tsutsui Lieutenant governor.
Documents submitted for apostille must comply with the following guidelines:
- Vital records as birth, marriage and deaths certificates issued by the State Bureau of Conveyances need to be in the form of certified copies with a pen in hand signature.
- Court documents submitted for apostille need to bear the seal and stamp of the clerk of the court.
- General documentssuch as power of attorney documents, corporate documents and school records submitted for apostille must to be correctly notarized and verified by the Circuit Court.
- Academicdocuments such as diplomas and transcripts need to be previously notarized by a commissioned Notary Public of the State of Hawaii.
- If you need to authenticate a document for non-member countries of the Hague convention, your authentication will be issued by the State Circuit Court.
For a new copy of a Certificate please contact The Department of Health Status Monitoring – http://health.hawaii.gov/vitalrecords/apostilles/
Apostille Hawaii contacts:
Visit in person or mail documents to:
Office of the Lieutenant Governor
State Capitol, Fifth Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone (808) 586-0255
Price and processing time:
Price is $1 per apostille.
Processing time is same-day counter service or 7 business days for mailed orders.