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The Muscogee (Creek) Nation is made up of the Executive Branch, Legislative Branch and the Judicial Branch. The Nation provides services such as, Health Care, Housing, Education, Social Service, Head Start, Child Care, Elderly Services, Community Services, Children & Family Services, just to name a few.
Their original homelands are in what now comprises southern Tennessee, much of Alabama, western Georgia and parts of northern Florida. Most of the Muscogee people were forcibly removed to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) by the federal government in the 1830s during the Trail of Tears.
Citizenship Criteria Initial documents that need to be submitted for the applicant are: the completed Citizenship application, the State Certified Full Image Birth Certificate, original social security card and if 18 years or older, please submit State Identification or Drivers License.
\u201cCitizens of the Cherokee Nation can hold dual citizenship with other tribal governments,\u201d said Hoskin. \u201cOur enrolled citizens, even if they are also enrolled with another tribe, are eligible for all Cherokee Nation services within our jurisdictional boundaries.\u201d
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Council passed NCA 21-150 which authorized the expenditure of American Rescue Plan Act funds to provide a second disbursement of COVID-19 Impact Relief Individual Assistance during a Nov. 30 Emergency Session.
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Some tribes and nations still use the blood quantum to determine enrollment, and their sovereign choice should be respected. However, many American Indians today agree that the blood quantum, regardless of how tribes and nations choose to use it, is simply not the defining factor that makes a person Native.
To be an enrolled member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians requires individuals to be at least one/half blood quantum.
Some tribes require as much as 25% Native heritage, and most require at least 1/16th Native heritage, which is one great-great grandparent. If you don't know who in your family was a tribal member it's unlikely that you would be able to meet the blood quantum requirement.
Although the federal government's use of blood quantum limits the number of Natives who have access to certain federal benefits, tribes currently have the right to determine their own tribal membership requirements. Blood quantum is the most common requirement used to determine membership among nations.
Federal officials used blood quantum to decide who was entitled to specific property or benefits. Using blood quantum allowed the government to turn independent nations into racialized groups, which thus enabled the government to subordinate them.

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