AnyCalculator.com

anycalculator.com


Over 100 FREE Online Calculators

Friday, November 21, 2008

After reading this about Hawaiian Law anything is possible



Hawaiian Certificate Of Birth or Hawaiian Certificate Of Anything You Want It To Indicate?

After reading this information on Hawaiian State Dept Of Health I don't see how a Hawaiian Certificate Of Birth can validate who "Obama" really is, where he was born or who his parents are. It is to easy to change the information. He could be adopted, had a sex change, switched parents if needed or switched his last name to anybody. Anything short of DNA will not prove who he is and even the DNA probably would not match if one could find the real parents. Obama could have been born anywhere in the world and if his parents were legally married in Hawaii and lived in Hawaii 1 year prior to his birth his COB would be legal under "Hawaiian" law.

It seems "Hawaiian Law" is like the law of the jungle..what ever you want it to be.

Obama could have been born in a foreign country, been adopted there or Hawaii, had a sex change and been adopted again!

This is for real! Hawaiian law allows this. ALOHA natural born citizenship.

I also can see what the phase "Change We Can Believe In" means?!?!?!?

....................................................................................


(1) Obama's name on the COB could have been changed if he was adopted.
(2) Obama's sex on the COB could have been changed.
(3) Obama's parent name on the COB could have been changed.
(3) Obama's surname (last name) on the COB could have been changed.



....................................................................................
Who is Eligible to Apply for an Amended Certificate of Birth?

As provided by law (HRS §§338-17.7, 338-20.5), the following persons may apply for an amended certificate of birth:

* A person born in the State of Hawaii who already has a birth certificate filed with the Department of Health and

1. has become legally adopted, or
2. has undergone a sex change operation, or
3. a legal determination of the nonexistence of a parent and child relationship for a person identified as a parent on the birth certificate on file has been made, or
4. previously recorded information in relation to the person’s surname and/or the father’s personal particulars has been altered pursuant to law.

* A person born in a foreign country who has been legally adopted in the State of Hawaii.

.....................................................................................

How to Apply for an Amended Certificate of Birth

For a person born in the State of Hawaii who already has a birth certificate filed with the Department of Health and has become legally adopted

* An amended birth certificate will be prepared upon receipt of a certified copy of a final adoption decree or an abstract of the decree, and after payment of any fees.

For a person born in the State of Hawaii who already has a birth certificate filed with the Department of Health and has undergone a sex change operation:

* An amended birth certificate will be prepared upon receipt of an affidavit of a physician that the physician has examined the individual and determined that the individual has had a sex change operation and the sex designation on the individual’s birth certificate is no longer correct, subject to further investigation and submission of additional information if deemed necessary, and payment of fees.

For a person born in the State of Hawaii who already has a birth certificate filed with the Department of Health and a legal determination of the nonexistence of a parent and child relationship for a person identified as a parent on the birth certificate on file has been made:

* An amended birth certificate will be prepared upon receipt of a final order, judgment, or decree of a court of competent jurisdiction that determined the nonexistence of a parent and child relationship for a person identified as a parent on the birth certificate on file and the person, and payment of any fees.

For a person born in the State of Hawaii who already has a birth certificate filed with the Department of Health and previously recorded information in relation to the person’s surname and/or the father’s personal particulars has been altered pursuant to law:

* An amended birth certificate will be prepared upon receipt of an affidavit of paternity, a court order establishing paternity, or a certificate of marriage establishing the marriage of the natural parents to each other, and payment of any fees.

For a person born in a foreign country who has been legally adopted in the State of Hawaii:

* An amended birth certificate will be prepared upon receipt of a certified copy of the adoption decree or the certificate of adoption, and payment of fees.

Note: Any additional application forms that may be required will be provided by the Department of Health after receipt of the necessary documents in support of the establishment of an amended certificate of birth.
Further Information and Assistance
....................................................................................
Change We Can Believe In Was there a change?
....................................................................................

To obtain more information about applying for an amended certificate of birth, you may:

1. Send a written letter of inquiry to:

State Department of Health
Office of Health Status Monitoring
Registration/Vital Statistics Section
P.O. Box 3378
Honolulu, HI 96801

No comments: