Native American First

Native American First

Qualify for Indian benefits and get unlimited access to The Dawes Rolls.


“If you’re Native American you deserve Indian benefits.”

 

The United States recently settled the largest class action lawsuit in the history of America- $3.4 Billion Dollars.

 

Today it’s very beneficial to prove your Native American heritage and qualify for Indian benefits.

Now with the help of The Native American Connect Formula and it’s easy (5) step check list. It may be easier than you think.

The Native American First Program gives people the necessary information to apply for citizenship into a Native American Tribe by accessing them to the proper information, forms, links, and documents including unlimited access to the Dawes Rolls.

If there is a chance that you are Native American, get your copy of The Native American First Program and start the process of getting the Indian benefits that you deserve.

 

There are Native American Indians who can qualify for Native American benefits in every state.

Benefits may include:

  • Free or discounted health care
  • Free or discounted dental care
  • Emergency insurance
  • Childcare assistance
  • Business/personal Grants
  • Scholarship programs
  • Youth programs
  • Senior Citizen programs
  • Free Scholarships or Grants
  • Free or discounted career training
  • Gaming/ Resource profit sharing programs
  • Discount fuel
  • Discount utilities
  • Clothing allowance
  • Affordable housing
  • Building allowance
  • Food allowance
  • Discount on vehicle tags
  • Minority business status
  • Much more

 

Literally millions of dollars per day are allocated and distributed to Tribes in America.

 

Hundreds of Native Americans are applying for Indian benefits every day. Don’t be held back any longer from being affiliated to a Government recognized Native American Tribe. Get a copy of The Native American First Program and learn the truth about your family’s Native American heritage and its resources.

 

 

Some may never discover there entitlement to Indian benefits  without it!

 

 

 

 

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