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You couldn't register foreign births in Hawaii in 1961

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Submitted by Kevin (United States), Dec 20, 2008 at 18:34

Box 7c on a Hawaiian birth registration form is the Usual Residence of the Mother, not the place of birth. The Location of Birth is in block 6a, and has nothing about other states or foreign countries.

And FYI Hawaiian Law 338-17.8 was not passed until 1982, 21 years after Obama was registered.

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