Marriage Requirements - How to get married in Hawaii
Step 1: Choose your marriage location and RSVP
Step 2: Obtain a marriage license
You can apply online for a Hawaii marriage license. There is no wait period and no residential requirements for a marriage in Hawaii at this time. Prior to completing the marriage or civil union application, be sure to review the marriage or civil union requirements for obtaining a license. After you've met the requirements, fill out the online application. The application should only take a few minutes. You will be asked to enter a performer name in the application, please select "James Chun" as your licensed officiant.
Step 3: Meet with marriage license agent
After completing the online application, you will need to meet with the agent to obtain your license (be sure to bring your ID).
You may also apply for a marriage license in person at the Health Department, However, to speed things up, it's highly recommended that couples complete the online application with payment by credit card before meeting with an agent at the Health Department.
Hawaii Department of Health on Oahu (Mon - Fri, 8:00a - 4:00) Holidays excluded
1250 Punchbowl Street
Honolulu Hawaii 96817
There are also marriage license agents who work after hours and outside of the Downtown Health Department.
April Paulsen - 402.820.7449
Lakisha Warton - 210.722.7148
North Shore (Turtle Bay Resort) : 808.293.6020
Koolina (Four Seasons Resort) : 808.679.3271
Step 4: Meet with us for your marriage at the location you selected.