Apache Addresses, Enrollment and Blood Quantum Requirements
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Apache Addresses, Enrollment and Blood Quantum Requirements



Enrollment and Blood Quantum Requirements for specific apache tribes.

Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation | Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma
Jicarilla Apache Nation | Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas | White Mountain Apache Tribe | Yavapai-Apache Nation

Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation


Federally Recognized Tribe

The membership of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation consists of those persons specified in Article III of the Constitution of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation who meet any one of the following:

a)All persons whose names appear on the Fort McDowell Indian Reservation roll of 1934.

b)All descendants of members of the 1934 roll shall be entitled to membership in the Nation if they are as least one-quarter (1/4) degree Fort McDowell Yavapai blood and their name does not appear on another Indian tribal roll.

c)Any person, duly enrolled pursuant to the 1936 Fort McDowell Mohave-Apache Community Constitution and By-laws as of the date of the adoption of the 1999 Constitution.

For more information, consult Chapter 17 of the Law and Order Code of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Community.

The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation can be reached at:
PO Box 17779
Fountain Hills, AZ 85269
Phone 480-837-5121
Fax 480-837-1630
Official Website http://www.ftmcdowell.org

Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma


Federally Recognized Tribe

Members of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma must meet one of the following requirements:

a)All persons of Fort Sill Apache blood who received an allotment of land in Oklahoma as members of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe and who file applications for enrollment.

b)All living lineal descendants of allottees as described in Section 1 (a) above born before the effective date of this constitution (October 30, 1976) who file applications for enrollment.

c)All persons of at least one-sixteenth (1/16) degree Fort Sill Apache blood born on or after April 9, 1977, who file applications for enrollment and who have at least one natural parent who is a member of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma.

Also, members of other tribes who wish to enroll in the Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma must relinquish their other tribal enrollment, and cannot have received money or land from the other tribe after ataining the age of 18, to be considered for enrollment.

For more information, consult the Constitution and By Laws of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma.

The Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma can be reached at:
Route 2, Box 121
Apache, OK 73006
Phone 580-588-2298
Fax 580-588-3133
Official Website http://fsat.tripod.com/index.htm

Jicarilla Apache Nation



Membership consists of persons on the official roll of 1968 and children of one member of the Tribe who are at least three-eighths Jicarilla Apache Indian blood.

For more information, consult the Revised Constitution of the Jicarilla Apache Tribe, Article III.

The Jicarilla Apache Nation can be reached at:
P.O. Box 507
Dulce, New Mexico USA
Phone 505-759-3242 or 759-0083
Fax 505-759-1342
Email [email protected]
Official Website http://jicarillaonline.com

Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas


Recognized by the State of Texas

The Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas is currently seeking Federal Recogniton by the US Government. They received State Recognition on March 18, 2009.

For more information, consult the Bylaws of the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas, Inc.

To apply for membership to this tribe, you must meet the following requirements:

1. Send a written “letter of intent” to be a member of this tribe.

2. Provide genealogical history linking yourself (or your dependent) to a documented “Lipan Apache.”

3. If you already belong to a different tribe, you must provide a copy of the said affiliation, i.e., C.D.I.B., Roll Card, Oral History, Family Tree, Academic Citation(s), Letter of Affiliation, or Tribal Membership.

4. Provide your telephone number, name, and address.

5. Be willing to work with Lipan Apache Band of Texas, Inc. in any capacity with regard to the betterment of the organization, community, and mission purpose.

The General Council will determine all other matters relating to membership. For more information, refer to the Lipan Apache Band of Texas, Inc. ByLaws

The membership process can take an undetermined amount of time. You can get a Lipan Apache Band of Texas Enrollment Application here.

You can reach the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas at:
PO Box 261110, Corpus Christie, Texas 78426
Phone: 361-774-4881
Fax:  
Email: Contact Form
Official Website: The Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas


White Mountain Apache Tribe


Application must be made in writing on an approved form. Persons enrolled as members of any other tribes, bands or groups of Indians shall not be included on the White Mountain Apache Tribal Membership Roll.

The membership of the White Mountain Apache Tribe consists of those persons specified in Article II of the Constitution of the White Mountain Apache Tribe and their direct lineal descendants, who qualify for membership. Any applicant for membership must be a citizen of the United States.

Article II of the Constitution of the White Mountain Apache Tribe states that all persons who were qualified for and were accepted into membership in the White Mountain Apache Tribe under the membership requirements as of the date of enactment of this constitution are tribal members.

There is also a blood quantum requirement that you be at least one-half (˝) degree or more Indian blood, of a federally recognized Indian tribe or tribes, and at least one-fourth (1/4) degree of that must be White Mountain Apache blood.

For more information, consult the White Mountain Apache Enrollment Code.

The White Mountain Apache Tribe can be reached at:
PO BOX 1150
Whiteriver, Arizona 85941
Phone (928) 338-4346 or 1-877-338-9628
Official Website www.wmat.nsn.us

Yavapai-Apache Nation


Members of the Yavapai-Apache Tribe must meet one or more of the following conditions:
a) All persons of Indian blood whose names appear on the official census roll as of April 1, 1934, or the supplement of January 1, 1936.

b) Be a child born to any enrolled member and have one fourth (1/4) or more Indian blood.

c) All persons who are one fourth (1/4) or more Yavapai-Apache Indian blood.

d) All persons who qualified for and were accepted into membership under the membership requirements contained in the Constitution and By-laws of the Yavapai-Apache Indian Community, Arizona, adopted October 24, 1936, and approved by the Secretary of the Interior on February 12, 1937, as amended on June 21, 1947, and approved August 5, 1947.

Persons may be adopted into the tribe by council approval if they meet the following requirements:

(1) Must have resided on the reservation for at least one (1) year, and
(2) must be Indian, and
(3) must be a person in good standing within the community.

Unless the person is the spouse of a tribal member or an adopted child of a tribal member as officially established by Tribal Court order, who meet the criteria listed in Article II, Section 2 (a) (1-3), membership by adoption is not guaranteed.

For more information, refer to the Constitution of the Yavapai-Apache Nation.

The Yavapai-Apache Nation can be reached at:
2400 W. Datsi Street
P.O. Box 1188
Camp Verde, Arizona 86322
Phone (928) 567-1004 or 1-928-567-1062
Fax: 1-928-567-1064
Official Website www.yavapai-apache.org





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