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Older people given leeway on licensing documents

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 29, 2013

~~<p><strong>Question</strong>: I am 82 and have had a Hawaii drivers license since 1970. I went to renew it and had all kinds of documents. The problem was that I was married by an official of the Jewish temple and my marriage certificate is in Hebrew. So they will not give me a driver&rsquo;s license now after 43 years. Can you help?</p>
<p><strong>Answer</strong>: We&rsquo;ve been told that you have since been able to renew your license, because there is a way for older people who may not have access to approved government-issued documents to produce alternate proofs of identification.</p>
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Question: I am 82 and have had a Hawaii drivers license since 1970. I went to renew it and had all kinds of documents. The problem was that I was married by an official of the Jewish temple and my marriage certificate is in Hebrew. So they will not give me a driver’s license now after 43 years. Can you help?

Answer: We’ve been told that you have since been able to renew your license, because there is a way for older people who may not have access to approved government-issued documents to produce alternate proofs of identification. Login for more...



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