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The Meaning Of Aboriginal American Indian Tribal Jurisdiction
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  The Meaning Of Aboriginal American Indian Tribal Jurisdiction  

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The Meaning Of Aboriginal American Indian Tribal Jurisdiction

Invoke your ecclesiastical and tribal government jurisdiction with immediate effect by applying for eligibility into the $65 program.

You pay $65 only ONCE for now to hold your place in the program and to show your support for the program.

The monthly charge of $65 and full benefits begin ONLY when 10,000 members are reached.

Overview - The Innards Of The $65 Per Month Program

  1. Unlimited legal assistance for civil and criminal matters -- representation in tribal, ecclesiastical, municipal, state and federal courts (by Special Appearance only -- meaning tribal lawyers will not walk into nontribal jurisdictions especially municipal, state and federal courts) as required; petitions, motions, briefs, counter-motions in case you are invited as a "defendant". DO NOT to give the state/federal excuse for them to invoke their jurisdiction; preparation of trusts (wills invite probate and the government pokes its stinky nose into your affairs); and other legal documents you may require from time to time
  2. We cannot issue you ID cards as yet UNTIL at least 10,000 have signed up.
  3. To receive immediate legal assistance you are required to pay 12 months in advance ($780), plus $50 admin fee plus $25 receiving bank fee for a total of $855.00.
    Applicable law:
    25 United States Code § 1301 (2) -- powers of tribal self-government; 25 United States Code § 450n -- tribes enjoy sovereign immunity from suit.
  4. Tribal Certificate of Naturalization with immigration benefits into Indian country; Applicable law: Treaties concluded between tribes and the United States government (Article VI, sec. 2, U.S. Constitution where treaties are also deemed supreme law of the land)
  5. Native title to your realty; Applicable law: 18 United States Code § 1151 -- un-extinguished native title.
  6. Valid Travel permits (driver licenses); Applicable law: 18 United States Code § 1151 -- un-extinguished native title and your right of way and right of passage in Indian country;
  7. Valid Work permits; no requirement for social security cards (see letter from Social Security Administration)
  8. Valid Tribal ID cards;
  9. Call center to verify your standing as an enrolled tribal member from employers, law enforcement, loan centers, educational institutions, hospitals, insurance companies, skip-tracers;
  10. Tax exemption status for individuals and tribal corporations based on current laws, regulations, orders, rules; Revenue Ruling 67-284; Revenue Ruling 94-16 (federal U.S. Tax Court)
  11. International passports, bank accounts overseas, life insurance, housing and medical insurance benefits are being actively studied and pursued as a future viable benefit.
  12. Must have at least 10,000 individual participants before this program can start.
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The steps to take.
Enter the $65/mo ETM program.


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We are a tribal law firm operating under sovereign tribal immunity recognized by the federal, state and municipal governments.

We are a tax-exempt tribal corporation contemplated under Section 17 of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934. We are currently serving the Yamassee Mund-Barefaan tribe, Washitaw de Dougdamoundyah, the Washoe/Paiute on Antelope Valley and the Northern Cheyenne.

NALJC is only responsible and accountable to all the facts that you have disclosed if we are to pursue litigation.