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Petitions in Process

The table below lists the petitioners that are in the acknowledgment process under 25 CFR Part 83 acknowledgment regulations as revised in 2015.

Petitions in Process as of Wed Feb 1, 2023

Petitioning Group Name Petitioner No. State Stage of Process Entity Leading Stage Projected End Date of Stage Next Stage in Process
Petition #401 Schaghticoke Indian Tribe (SIT), CT 401 CT Commenting on Documented Petition Parties July 5, 2022 Response to Comments on Narrative
Petitioner #005: Piro/Manso/Tiwa Indian Tribe of the Pueblo of San Juan de Guadalupe, NM 005 NM Commenting on Phase I Technical Assistance Review Petitioner no time limit Responding to Comments on Phase I TA letter by other parties
Petitioner #032: Muscogee Nation of Florida, FL 032 FL Commenting on Phase I Technical Assistance Review Petitioner no time limit Responding to Comments on Phase I TA letter by other parties

Under section 83.7(b) of the acknowledgment regulations, several petitioners chose to complete the acknowledgment process under the previous version of the acknowledgment regulations (the 25 CFR Part 83 acknowledgment regulations as revised April 1, 1994). These petitioners are:

 

Per letter of September 8, 2021, Petitioner #158 (Fernandeno Tataviam Band of Mission Indians) withdrew from the 25 CFR Part 83 acknowledgment process in accordance with §83.30.

Further information on these petitioners is available on the Recent Acknowledgment Actions page and on the page dedicated to a specific petitioner.

Key for "Stage of Process" columns: 

  • AC = Administrative Correspondence
  • DP = Documented Petition
  • FD = Final Determination
  • FR = Federal Register
  • OHA = Office of Hearings and Appeals
  • TA= Technical Assistance
  • PF = Proposed Finding

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