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State ID Photo Session in Hana Thursday

November 27, 2011, 3:29 PM HST
* Updated November 27, 4:53 PM
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Maui County Councilmember Robert "Bob" Carroll. Photo by Wendy Osher.

By Sonia Isotov

The Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center, a division of the Attorney General’s office, will be processing Hawaii State Identification Card applications in Hana on Thursday, December 1, 2011, announced Councilmember Robert Carroll today.

“I am pleased by the state’s outreach to residents in Hana and all of East Maui,” said Councilmember Carroll, in a written statement today. “Members of the community that have difficulty with the long commute to Wailuku will be able to obtain Hawaii identification cards.”

Staff from the data center will be at the Maui County Council Hana office accepting applications from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The council office is located at 5101 Uakea Road, #A1, in Hana. Completed applications will be processed in the order that they are received.

All applicants must provide proof of residence and will need to show proof of identification with certified original documents. US citizens must provide a Social Security card, an official birth certificate, a valid US passport, certificate of birth abroad, or a certificate of citizenship or naturalization. Non-US citizens must provide a Permanent Resident Card/Employment Authorization card; or an unexpired foreign passport with a valid visa/I-94 card. Foreign students must provide an I-20/DS2019 form.


If applicable, all applicants must also provide a marriage certificate, divorce decree, annulment decree, decree of legal name change, or decree of adoption.


For more information, contact Councilmember Robert Carroll at 270-7246 or visit the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center’s website at or call their office at (808) 587-3112.

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