A resident of Hawaii defended the name of the 35 letters
A resident of Hawaii, whose name has 35 letters, has ensured that her full name will be entered in the ID card and driver's license.
Janice "Lokelani" Kiehanaykukauakahihulihiikahaunaele (Janice "Lokelani" Keihanaikukauakahihuliheekahaunaele) forced the government to make changes to the computer program for the completion of documents, which limits the length of the names of 34 characters.
When the program is updated throughout the state, the limit will be extended up to 40 characters, told in Hawaiian management of transport. New documents will receive an American at the end of the year. As Kiehanaykukauakahihulihiikahaunaele told to seek justice, she decided after a police officer who stopped her car, made some disrespectful comments about the Hawaiian culture. He, in particular, he advised the woman to return to her maiden name instead of the traditional unpronounceable.
Maiden Name Kiehanaykukauakahihulihiikahaunaele - Worth (Worth). She took her husband's name after marriage in 1992, but has since become a widow.