Non-status no more! Eliminating stress from your recognition as a Status Indian.
Through the leadership of women like Mary Two-Axe Early, Yvonne Bédard, Jeannette Corbiere Lavell, Sandra Lovelace Nicholas and Sharon McIvor, the Indian Act has become more inclusive and fair. It's likely that your Indigenous Ancestors despite not being recognized as Status Indians, or having their status revoked, are now able to pass on that Status to subsequent generations.
Having been successful with over 1000 applications, many of them requiring historical documentation, deep research, and additional supporting evidence, the Experts will work with you and your family to make the process as easy and stress free as possible.
Navigating the complex and time consuming process is taken care of by us. Some cases do require a significant amount of research to obtain the correct and supporting documentation, many of which are not located in a centralized location, nor available to the general public, or through any online system.
The combined expertise of our genealogy experts and documentation specialists have most of these resources at their fingertips, which is how we are able to confirm your eligibility through the free initial consultation.