State ID personnel along with the Kaua‘i Governor’s Liaison Office staff, will be processing applications for State ID cards at ‘Ele‘ele Elementary School from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, according a press release.
The fee is $10 for senior citizens 65 years and older, and $15 for all others, payable in cash only. Priority will be given to applicants with completed application forms and required certified documents. Applications without these documents cannot be processed.
New applicants must provide an original social security card, and a certified copy of their birth certificate or a resident alien card, if applicable. No other documents are required for renewals of current ID cards with NO change in name and citizenship.
All changes in status or name due to marriage, divorce, annulment, adoption or citizenship must also be supported by legal, certified documents. Copied, altered or illegible documents are not acceptable, the release states.
Recorded information on applicant requirements is available at (808) 587-3111 and on the web at www.stateid.hawaii.gov. Further questions can be directed to (808) 587-3112 or the Governor’s Kaua‘i Office at 274-3100.
Application forms can be downloaded from the Web site and will also be available at the Governor’s office.
State ID cards will be processed and mailed back to the applicant within five to 10 working days, the release concludes.