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Physical Address:
W2907 Tribal Office Loop Road-FIC Bldg.
Keshena, WI 54135

Mailing Address:
PO Box 910
Keshena, WI 54135

Title: Director

Name: Yvette Ducane

Tel: 5121 / 5142

Fax: (715) 799-6068

Email: enr@mitw.org
Enrollment / License and Permits

Maintain the records of Menominee Indian Tribal as accurately as possible. This includes automated, archived and hard copy files. Verify and certify tribal membership for various local, state and federal programs. Have regular monthly meeting with the five elected/appointed enrollment committee members.
The Department of Licensing and Permit department is primarily responsible for conducting the business created by the eCodes that are set forth by the Menominee Tribal Legislature. We provide The Public with permit's and license's to accommodate the needs taht are required by specific ordinance.

Click here to update your address or other contact information with the Enrollment Department.

Services Offered:
Certificates of Indian Blood (CIB): Provides verification of Menominee blood quantum for enrolled members, 1st, and 2nd generation descendants.

Descendant Register: Maintains the Descendant Register of the Menominee Indian Tribe for those individuals who lack sufficient blood quantum to qualify for inclusion on the official tribal roll, who is a 1st or 2nd degree descendant of an enrolled Menominee Tribal Member, and whose blood quantum is at least 1/16th or greater in accordance with Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin Code Chapter 46.

Genealogical Research/Family Tree Development: Conducts genealogical research and family tree development at the request of individuals who are researching their Menominee ancestry. This research is conducted by the department for a fee and as time permits.

Official Tribal Roll: Maintains the official Tribal Roll of those individuals whose Menominee blood quantum is 1/4 degree or greater in accordance with the Menominee Tribal Constitution & Bylaws and Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin Code Chapter 69.

In 1981, the Menominee Indian Tribe was the first tribe in Wisconsin to enter into a reciprocity agreement with the State of Wisconsin. It operates in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation - Division of Motor Vehicle and is subject to follow Tribal Ordinance 85-21 regarding licensing and registration. It is a full service Licensing department that provides: Menominee Nation License Plates Vehicle Titles and Registration, Transferring of Menominee Nation plates from one vehicle to another, Renewal of Menominee Nation Plates, Cancellation of State plates when transferring to tribal plates.

Affidavit Form

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Abstract Database application - justification Form
Addess Change form - electronic
All-Terrain Vehicle Registration Application
Authorization to Release
Bait and Minnowing License Form
Colectors Brochure
Construction Permit Form
Enrollment Application Information and Instructions
Enrollment Committee Members
Enrollmetn/Descedant Application
Food Permit
Gas Forms
General Genealogy
Hunting and Fishing Fees
Menominee Descendant Benefits
Menominee Enrolled Benefits
Motor Vehicle Fees
MV1- form
Permanent Disabled Form
Temporary Disabled Form
Tribal Identification Card Form
Yearly Dumping Permit

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