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December 30, 2012 § Leave a comment

USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops is a burgeoning grass roots effort the ambition of which is to encourage The Truth & Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC-Canada) to expand it’s mandate to include those victims-survivors of The Canadian Scoops who were placed in the USA; currently, The Mandate of the TRC-Canada only includes those victims-survivors of The Canadian Scoops who were kept within Canada.

To date only 1 USA Placed Victim-Survivor of the Canadian Scoops has been recognized by TRC-Canada. Our research indicates the possibility that there are thousands more.

This blog highlights processes by which other USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops can determine & qualify their own North American Indian Status, Blood Quantum, and/or USA Citizenship as well as attempt to gain recognition by TRC-Canada.

Until TRC-Canada acknowledges all USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops, the processes listed above are not obvious and not without risk of deportation.

Mandate TRC-Canada, Still does not recognize USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops

December 30, 2012 § Leave a comment

http://www.trc.ca/websites/trcinstitution/File/pdfs/SCHEDULE_N_EN.pdf

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December 29, 2012 § 1 Comment

USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops is a burgeoning grass roots effort the ambition of which is to encourage The Truth & Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC-Canada) to expand it’s mandate to include those victims-survivors of The Canadian Scoops who were placed in the USA; currently, The Mandate of the TRC-Canada only includes those victims-survivors of The Canadian Scoops who were kept within Canada.

To date only 1 USA Placed Victim-Survivor of the Canadian Scoops has been recognized by TRC-Canada. Our research indicates the possibility that there are thousands more.

This blog highlights processes by which other USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops can determine & qualify their own North American Indian Status, Blood Quantum, and/or USA Citizenship as well as attempt to gain recognition by TRC-Canada.

Until TRC-Canada acknowledges all USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops, the processes listed above are not obvious and not without risk of deportation.

The Principle of ‘Continuous Residence’ for ‘North American Indians’

December 28, 2012 § Leave a comment

The authority of North American Indian Status Cards that enables and protects the privilieges of ‘continuous residence’ is a product of Jay Treaty and Treaty of Ghent both of which the USA remains party to and which have been reaffirmed in current case law.

Holder of North American Indian Status Card AND Blood Quantum Letters are entitled to travel, reside and conduct commerce throughout USA and Canada without additional references. The card holders are also allowed to conduct certain commerce essentially ‘duty free’.

Those ‘Canadian Indians’ in the USA that do not hold both North American Indian Status Cards AND Blood Quantum Letters, and/or do not have alien registration cards or US Citizenship may have to prove in US Court that there is relationship between their ‘Canadian Tribe’ and a US Federal Government recognized tribe, the US Federal Government recognized tribe having migrated from Canada to modern day USA before current geo-political borders between the 2 countries were established.

Validated, Adoption of 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of The Canadian Scoops

December 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

January 24, 2011, Adoption of 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of The Canadian Scoops is validated by USA Probate Court. The adoption decree  also validates name change, i.e., validating the name that the individual had been using for more than 3 decades when he registered to vote, filed federal bank and loan applications, registered for selective service, and, provided local law enforcement when arrested.

Approved, 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops Application for North American Indian Status Cards

December 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

November 3, 2010, 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of The Canadian Scoops receives approval of his application for North American Indian Status Card. 

Holders of North American Indian Status Cards and AND Blood Quantum Letters enjoy entitlements including freedom to travel, live and work between Canada and the USA without requiring additional immigration documentation.  The same North American Indian Status Cards offer tax amnestys on certain aspects of commerce conducted between USA and Canada.

Rejected, 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops Application for Indian Status Rejected

December 26, 2012 § Leave a comment

February 23, 2011, 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of The Canadian Scoops receives rejection letter in reply to his application for North American Indian Status.

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