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How can I find out if I am American Indian/Alaska Native?
Only a tribe or the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) can determine if a person has tribal affiliation. Individuals should contact the tribe(s) they think they have affiliation with. Tribal Enrollment Offices are the best location to inquire within a tribe.
The Office of Native American Affairs (NAA) does not verify Indian ancestry or enroll tribal members for citizenship within tribes.