The existence of American Indian and Alaska Native tribes does not depend on a formal political or legal act by the United States government. However, federal acknowledgment of a tribe establishes a government-to-government relationship and status for federal purposes. We have successfully represented several tribes through the federal acknowledgment process, which can take decades and considerable expertise and resources.
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