Skip to comments.Hawaii birth certificates bought by Foreigners
Posted on 06/16/2012 4:42:18 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The lead investigator for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaios Cold Case Posse which already has found probable cause that Barack Obamas publicly released birth certificate is a forgery says any Hawaii documentation for Obamas birth that exists would probably be of little value.
Mike Zullo, a retired New Jersey detective now heading Arpaios volunteer investigative team, explained in an interview that at the time of Obamas birth during the states early years, Hawaii birth documentation routinely was purchased by foreigners for children not born in the state.
Arpaios investigation was launched last September after constituents came to the sheriff with their concern that Obama was ineligible for the presidency and would perpetrate a fraud by placing his name on the states ballot.
(VIDEO AT LINK)
Why is it that I´ve known this all along, and the FBI; Nancy Pelosi or the U.S. Congress won´t even give it a gentle careful look and see........ THEY LIE... They can´t be trusted...
OK, and then place an add in the newspaper proclaiming a birth.
Buy a BC and then announce the birth and you can get to be POTUS!
Is this legal?
There you go. His mother and grandparents, not to mention some of their commie friends, could have bought Obama a real fake, but they were too cheap. So now we have this amateurish attempt at a fake posing as proof Obama was really born.
Great article! Excellent video!
what do you think??
I think it should be. And I think someone should be in jail.
Thank you, lucysmom, for the explanation about Sun Yat-sen’s territorial Certificate of Hawaiian Birth issued in 1904; that helps clarify the misunderstanding about it vs. a modern day state of Hawaii COLB.. but,
though the several sources for the 1904 date exist there are official Hawaii state sources that state “The Certificate of Hawaiian Birth program was established in 1911, during the territorial era, to register a person born in Hawaii who was one year old or older and whose birth had not been previously registered in Hawaii. The Certificate of Hawaiian Birth Program was terminated in 1972, during the statehood era.” http://hawaii.gov/health/vital-records/vital-records/hawnbirth.html
Who is Eligible to Apply for the Issuance of a Late Birth Certificate in Lieu of a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth?
The Certificate of Hawaiian Birth program was established in 1911, during the territorial era, to register a person born in Hawaii who was one year old or older and whose birth had not been previously registered in Hawaii. The Certificate of Hawaiian Birth Program was terminated in 1972, during the statehood era.
Certified copies of a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth may be requested following the procedures for certified copies of standard birth certificates (see Certified Copies). The eligibility requirements for issuance of a certified copy of a standard birth certificate apply to Certificates of Hawaiian Birth. And the same fees charged for standard birth certificates are charged for Certificates of Hawaiian Birth. Copies of the set of testimony used to establish a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth may also be requested, and an additional fee is charged for each copy of the set of testimony.
Any person to whom a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth has been issued may submit a request to amend an entry, including a legal change of name, on an existing Certificate. A request to amend a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth will, however, be considered to be and treated as an application with the Department of Health for registration of a late certificate of birth in current use, unless a standard birth certificate for that person already exists in the vital records of the Department of Health. Should there be a situation of dual registration, the requested amendment will be made to the standard birth certificate on file if the required documentary evidence in support of the amendment has been submitted and evaluated to be adequate. If there is no standard birth certificate on file, an applicant is required to submit documentary evidence of the birth facts necessary to support of the registration of the late certificate of birth. If approved, the late birth certificate will be registered in place of the Certificate of Hawaiian Birth, which must then be surrendered to the Department of Health.
How to Apply for the Issuance of a Late Birth Certificate in Lieu of a Certificate of Hawaiian Birth
Upon receiving a request to amend an entry on an existing Certificate of Hawaiian Birth, the Registration Unit of the Office of Health Status Monitoring will send:
notification to the requestor that the amendment request is treated as an application for registration of a late certificate of birth, and
instructions on procedures for and submission of required documentary evidence in support of registration of a late certificate of birth.
If the amendment request is subsequently withdrawn, all documents received in support of the amendment will be returned. If the requestor elects to proceed with the application for registration of a late certificate of birth, the documentary evidence submitted in support of registration will be reviewed and evaluated for adequacy. If the application is approved, a late birth certificate will be issued and the original Certificate of Hawaiian Birth issued to the applicant must be surrendered to, for cancellation by, the Department of Health. No filing fee is charged for the late birth certificate.
Further Information and Assistance
For information, call (808) 586-4540 during regular business hours (7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. HST).
Counter service is available Monday - Friday (excluding holidays), from 7:45 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Appointments are preferred.
Hawaii State Department of Health · 1250 Punchbowl Street · Honolulu, HI 96813
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