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Indian Registration

The membership office is located UPSTAIRS of the Woyenne Administration Building – 225 Sus Ave Burns Lake BC. Services are available BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, please call (250) 692-4700 or email to book an appointment. Appointment times are typically 10am, 11am, 1:30pm, and 3:30pm. If you cannot keep your appointment, please let membership know to cancel or reschedule.

To PROTECT your personal and CONFIDENTIAL information, please DO NOT use Lake Babine Nation’s Facebook Messengers or attempt to contact Membership’s personal account. This goes against both Lake Babine Nation and Indigenous Services Canada’s Ethical Behavior/ Social Media policies. Third Party requests are not accepted. Lake Babine Nation members Ages 16+ must contact membership themselves, Ages 15 & Under or Dependent Adults, Parent/Legal Guardian must contact membership with required documents.

LBN Members are encouraged to share this information with Elders or those who do not have social media or access to the internet.

UPDATES

  • Lake Babine Nation is NOT a Canadian Passport processing office, please refer to a Service Canada Passport issuing office for this service. Lake Babine Nation only offers the service of Passport Style photos being printed for Secured Certificate of Indian Status (SCIS) and Birth Registration applications and for a fee of $20. Please seek a passport photo office for any photos involving a passport application.
  • Want to authorize or withdraw consent to an individual or company other than yourself? A new form is now available for LBN members to submit to membership. Please ensure you submit authorization and withdrawal when required.

 

AVAILABLE FORMS FOR VIEW/DOWNLOAD, ALSO AVAILABLE ON INDIGENOUS SERVICES CANADA WEBSITE: Click here to visit the Indigenous Services Canada Website


SCIS Photo App information

Indigenous Services Canada is proud to announce the launch of a new photo app designed to simplify the application process for a Secure Certificate of Indian Status (SCIS). The photo app lets applicants take a photo with a smartphone and submit it online as part of their SCIS application.

Available as a free download from Google Play and App Store, the new app will allow applicants to capture their own, eliminating the cost of a photographer and making the application process more accessible and convenient to First Nations people and communities across the country.

The SCIS Photo App will allow the department to receive photos transmitted straight from smartphones into a secure database exclusively for SCIS applications. The photos can then be easily matched to the completed application form. All information provided through the app is encrypted, and collection and use of personal information is in accordance with the Privacy Act.

Contact the Gatineau Office during Service hours:
Monday to Friday from 9 am to 6 pm Eastern time

via phone +1 (800) 567-9604
or email: infopubs@sac-isc.gc.ca (most effective)

 

BAND TRANSFERS MUST BE REQUESTED ONLY THROUGH MEMBERSHIP CLERK(S) . THERE ARE SPECIFIC FORMS AND PROCEDURES TO FOLLOW. REQUESTS FROM ANYONE OTHER THAN MEMBERSHIP CLERKS WILL BE INVALID. TO PROPERLY GO THROUGH BAND TRANSFERS, PLEASE CONTACT MEMBERSHIP WITH YOUR REQUEST. MESIY

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VANCOUVER:

Members can call the Appointment line: (236) 330-9961 for the Vancouver Regional Office for SCIS status cards, Birth Registrations, or other Life Events (without having to send your original required documents).

DID YOU KNOW?

The difference with SCIS done at LBN and Vancouver:

  • LBN mails applications to Gatineau QC for processing. Applications are mailed out within the week after checked for accuracy. It takes six (6) days to get to Gatineau QC from LBN. Application goes through mail room then to processing which is why it takes 12-16 weeks or more, depending on Gatineau’s backlog.
  • Vancouver utilizes the Digital Application System (DAS) which uploads applications directly to Gatineau QC which is why it’s less time for Vancouver applications to be processed.