Indian Registration has the responsibility of recording, registering and reporting on the demographics of the Dokis First Nation membership. In addition to any amendments to the Indian Register such as births, marriages, divorce, residency status and deaths, please contact the Indian Registry Administrator.
Dokis First Nation retains mailing lists of Dokis First Nation members for the purpose of communicating with the membership. It is your responsibility to ensure that your address is updated with our office.
Indigenous Services Canada – to request forms by Category
Some First Nations still issue Certificates of Indian Status (paper laminate) cards, you can contact the Indian Registry Administrator in Dokis if you are looking to find out more information on ‘applying for your first secure status card (SCIS) or to renew, replace or update your secure status card (SCIS)
Click on the link Forms to the Indigenous Services Canada website.
Find out what services are available to help you manage the property of a minor or a dependent adult who usually lives on a reserve or the estate of a deceased family member or friend who usually lived on a reserve.
Find out about Treaty annuity payments (treaty pay) to persons who are entitled to them through registration to First Nations that signed specific historic treaties with the Crown.
- According to Federal Rules/ Estate Regulations in accordance with the Indian Act, a copy of the Will is no longer required as only a Death Certificate and copy of Appointment of Executor/Administrator is required (due to Privacy laws) for the Executor/Administrator to act on behalf of the Estate.
If a First Nations person was living off-reserve at the time of death, the estate is the responsibility of the province, territory or country where they lived.
Follow this link to Indigenous Services Canada to find out more info regarding each province.
For a list of other Regional Offices, Click the link: https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1100100016936/1534342668402
Click on the link for Archived: Benefits and Rights
for more information on the Estates Program.
If you require further assistance, contact: