Recognition of Same-sex Unions in Hawaii

Recognition Of Same-sex Unions In Hawaii

Performed in some jurisdictions

Mexico: DF, QR
United States: CT, DC, DE†, IA, MA, MD, ME, MN†, NH, NY, RI†, VT, WA, 3 tribal jurisdictions

Recognized, not performed

Aruba, Curaçao, St Maarten
Israel
Mexico
United States: CA

Civil unions and
registered partnerships

Andorra
Austria
Colombia
Czech Republic
Ecuador
Finland
Germany
Greenland
Hungary

Ireland
Isle of Man
Jersey
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Slovenia
Switzerland
United Kingdom

Performed in some jurisdictions

Australia: ACT, NSW, QLD, TAS, VIC
Mexico: COA
United States: CA, CO, HI, IL, NJ, NV, OR, WI
Venezuela: Mérida

Unregistered cohabitation

Australia
Croatia

Israel

See also

Same-sex union legislation
Same-sex union court cases
Timeline of same-sex marriage
Recognition of same-sex unions in Europe
Recognition of same-sex unions in North America
Recognition of same-sex unions in South America
Marriage privatization
Divorce of same-sex couples
Domestic partnership
Military policy
Listings by country

LGBT portal
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender
Rights in Hawaii

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