Following the establishment of a constitutional government, authority to naturalize foreign citizens was vested in the
Minister of the Interior by the Act to Organized the Executive Departments in 1846, but Oaths of Allegiance to the government of the Sandwich Islands are recorded as early as 1838.
An index to the Naturalization records to Hawaii date from 1838 to 1899.
To inquire about other immigration records and genealogy, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or view their website at www.uscis.gov.
The naturalization records generally contain:
- applicant’s name
- place and country of origin
- current place of residence
- date of issue
Index to records include:
- Certificates of Nationality
- Register of Oaths of Allegiance
- Oaths of Allegiance
- Naturalization Record Books
- Applications for Naturalization
- Correspondence about Naturalization
More information about the Naturalization Records.