Tl'azt'en Nation | Membership
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Membership

Membership

MISSION STATEMENT

We are committed in providing Services in a professional, productive manner that will benefit all Tl’azt’en Nation Members.

VISION STATEMENT

We will maintain integrity, confidentiality, fairness, and provide continuous support.

Please check the expiry date on the back of your status card
(Adults (5) years Youth (3) years) By the end of this year 2017 the current CIS (paper card) will no longer be available. There is a new card out if you are interested in applying for it please contact me.

STATUS CARD APPOINTMENTS

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday You can call the Receptionist to make appointment at

250-648-3212. the cost for Tl’azt’en Nation Members is $10.00 and for Non-Members $20.00 Elders are free.

Identification Requirements

The Status Card Policy states that an applicant is to provide the Indian Registry Administrator with two (2) pieces of identification:

Primary I.D. (Must be Photo Identification)

  • Canadian Passport
  • Provincial I.D.
  • Employee I.D.
  • Student I.D.
  • Firearm Licence
  • Drivers Licence

Secondary I.D.

  • Birth Certificate
  • Provincial Health Card
  • Valid Indian Status Card (before it expires) or one month after it expires

Any IRA (Indian Registration Administrator) who issues status cards to individuals who are only presenting one piece of valid I.D. or no I.D. at all will have their authority to issue status cards removed.  As per a policy directive from the office of the Indian Registry, original long form birth certificates MUST be provided for all registrations of birth.

BCID and the BC Services Card (New Care Card) are done in Fort St. James at BC Services and Hub International (Barton Insurance)

  • BC Services Card (photo card)
  • (Go to the Service BC office beside Overwaitea in Fort St. James)
  • You need to bring two pieces of ID:
  • One primary one secondary.

Identification Requirements

Primary ID

  • BC Drivers Licence or Learners Licence.
  • B.C. Identification Card (BCID)
  • Birth certificate
  • Canadian passport
  • Secure Certificate of Indian Status (Only cards with a new design are accepted as primary ID)

Secondary ID

  • Bank card (your name must be imprinted on the card and must be signed.
  • BC Services Card (non-photo included)
  • Canadian Forces ID
  • Correctional services conditional release card
  • Employee ID card with photo
  • Firearms acquisition certificate
  • Health card issued by a Canadian province or territory
  • CIS (Certificate of Indian Status)
  • Passport (Canadian or foreign, including U.S. passport card)
  • Must show your full legal name
  • Not accepted if expired
  • Police identification
  • Social Insurance card (newer cards without a strip are not accepted)
  • Student card (school ID)
  • Vehicle registration (must include your signature)

If there’s a mistake in your foundation document-you must get this corrected by the issuing government agency. We will only use the exact full name on your foundation document(s)

You may have a preferred name (i.e. Bill instead of William or Sue instead of Susan). These preferred names are not allowed on your records unless you present a legal Change of Name Certificate or an updated foundation document. You may not re-arrange your names into a different order; your full legal name will appear exactly as on your foundation document.

  • Register Births/Deaths/Band Transfers
  • Social Insurance Card

If you have lost your social insurance card you can apply to replace it, there is a fee of $10.00 and although you WILL NOT receive a CARD, you will receive your number on a printed piece of paper.

REQUESTING BAND TRANSFER

  • Transferring from Tl’azt’en Nation (contact the Band that you want to transfer to)
  • Transferring into Tl’azt’en Nation (submit a letter and present at the Annual General Assembly (AGA) is a two day meeting held in August of each year.
  • A letter stating the reason for the transfer.

 

  1. Board Member of JPRF (John Prince Research Forest)
  2. Coordinator of Annual General Assembly’s (AGA) 2 Day Meetings held in August of each year.
  3. Chief and Council (Council Term 2012-2014)
  4. Recording Secretary for Quarterly Band Member Meetings

 

Certificates:

  • Commissioner for Taking Affidavits (currently there is no fee)
  • Electoral Officer (Certificate)
  • BSDW (Band Social Development Worker) Essential Skills Level 1
  • Charlene Tom, Membership Clerk (Indian Registry Administrator)

 

Membership Clerk:

 

Links:

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada