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Petitioner #005: Piro/Manso/Tiwa Indian Tribe of the Pueblo of San Juan de Guadalupe, NM

Petitioner Number: 005
Petitioner Name: Piro/Manso/Tiwa Indian Tribe of the Pueblo of San Juan Guadalupe
Petitioner State: NM
Acknowledged/Denied/In Process: In-process
Current Status: Petitioner and other parties commenting on Phase I technical assistance (TA) review letter 2016.10.25
Currently in Litigation: No
Acknowledgment Regulation Revision Chosen by Petitioner: 2015
Petition Narrative Document(s):

1979 Narrative | 1992 Narrative | 1996 TA Response Narrative | 2010 Narrative

Petitioner Contact Information:
Piro/Manso/Tiwa Indian Tribe     of the Pueblo of San Juan Guadalupe
c/o Mr. Andrew J. Roybal
P.O. Box 16243
Las Cruces, NM 88004
Date of Receipt of Documented Petition:
Opportunity to Submit Comments:

Notice 2015-11-28:  In accordance with 25 CFR 83.22(b)(1)(iv), the Department is publishing this "opportunity for individuals and entities to submit comments and evidence supporting or opposing the petitioner's request for acknowledgment within 120 days of the date of the web site posting."

Any individual or entity wishing to submit comments on this specific petition must deliver them to:

  Department of the Interior   Office of the Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs   Attn: Office of Federal Acknowledgment   1951 Constitution Avenue, NW   Washington, DC  20240

Comments must be postmarked no later than 2016-03-28.

Opportunity to Request to be Kept Informed of General Actions:

In accordance with 25 CFR 83.22(b)(1)(v), the Department is publishing this "opportunity for individuals and entities to request to be kept informed of general actions regarding a specific petitioner." 

Those wishing to be kept informed of general actions regarding this specific petitioner must mail a written request to:

  Department of the Interior   Office of the Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs   Attn: Office of Federal Acknowledgment   1849 C Street, NW   Washington, DC  20240

An individual or entity may mail a written request at any point during the acknowledgment process.

Other Portions of the Documented Petition:

Click here for other portions of the documented petition.

Comments or Materials Submitted by Third Parties:

Click here for comments and materials submitted by third parties to OFA relating to the documented petition.

Substantive Documents Issued by the Department:
OFA's Contact List for Petitioner:

Attorney of Record: Catherine Munson Kilpatrick Townsend and Stockton, LLP 607 14th Street N.W., Suite 900 Washington, DC 20005 Phone: (202)-508-5844 Fax: (202)-585-0043

Documents Issued under 1994 revision of Acknowledgment Regulations:

Letter of Intent | Federal Register Notice of Letter of Intent | TA Letter 

Notes:

This petitioner began its petitioning process under the acknowledgment regulations as revised in 1994.  When the Department published revised acknowledgment regulations on July 1, 2015, this petitioner elected to proceed under the 2015 revision of the acknowledgment regulations.

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