Certificate of Indian Status

CERTIFICATE OF INDIAN STATUS CARDS – AANDC ID REQUIREMENTS

This is to advise that Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Canada has implemented new ID requirements for status card applications. This policy must be followed even if the issuing officer personally knows the applicant. If an issuing officer fails to follow these new requirements, they may lose the authority to issue status cards.

Please bring with you the following identification to GGC or to Kispiox or Gitanmaax Band offices for the laminate type status Indian Registry card:


 

FOR THE NEW - SECURE CERTIFICATE OF INDIAN STATUS CARD (SCIS)

AANDC will have two formats of the new Secure Certificate of Indian Status. All SCIS applications will be received at a receiving offices and will be processed by mail to a card printing center and issued by AANDC only.

 AANDC and Service Canada Implementation - BC Region AVAILABLE NOW. The February 2013 Notice states:


May 2013 Update for the application for the new secure certificate Indian status cards - SCIS: 


If you are 16 years old and over: page 1 of 4 (print off all 4 pages of this application if you are 16 years and older). Here is the 4 page 16 years of age or older application.

If you are 16 years old and over: page 2 of 4.

 

If you are 16 years old and over: page 3 of 4.

 If you are 16 years old and over: page 4 of 4.


If you are Age 15 years and under, fill out this 5 page form. Page 1 of 5. Here is the 15 years of age or younger application.

If you are Age 15 years and under, fill out this 5 page form. Page 2 of 5.

 

If you are Age 15 and under: fill out this 5 page form: page 3 of 5.

 

If you are Age 15 and under, fill out this 5 page form. Page 4 of 5.

If you are Age 15 and under, fill out this 5 page form. Page 5 of 5.

 


A guarantor declaration form is also be needed for mail in applications (attach to one of the applications above, depending on your age).  Here is the guarantor declaration.

Page 1:

 

Page 2 of the Guarantor declaration form:

 


  

 For more information go to the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, website

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