Dereliction of Duty at Eastern District Regional and Chickasaw Agency offices of the Bureau of Indian Affairs

My last post went into detail as to the reasons why I am entitled to a meeting with the Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs to discuss a CDIB issue, not a “tribal enrollment dispute,” The Department of Interior would do well in noting 25 C.F.R. Sections 16.2, 16.3 and 16.4. I was informed by the Tulsa Field…

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Government to Government documentation regarding Certificates of Degree of Indian Blood

With a Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) initially issued in 1992 and Chickasaw tribal membership in hand, I applied on behalf of my daughter for her CDIB. I have had an appeal on the denial of my application necessitated by agency action (or should I say, inaction) at the Eastern District of Oklahoma and the Chickasaw Agency,…

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To ignore public documentation perpetuates private acts of fraud

Why can the Bureau of Indian Affairs ignore public documentation, including a 2011 Determination of Heirship issued under sole authority of the District Court of Oklahoma? It seems no one has authority to enforce the law. Can the BIA break the law by pretending the State of Oklahoma jurisdiction over any and all Indian Heirship and Probate matters doesn’t…

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