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First nation

The DNA tests that are utilized by different tribes include First Nation and Native American Ancestry test, Parentage (paternity and maternity testing) DNA test and Family relationship DNA test. Please call Viaguard Accu-metric and speak to an expert (1-877-842-4827 or 416-691-4167) or contact info@accu-metrics.com to order. The test involves COMPARING YOUR dna, FROM CHEEK SWABS, TO THE dna OF A PROVEN MEMBER OF THE TRIBE, OR BAND, ALSO USING CHEEK SWABS. JUST AS IN A PATERNITY TEST, THIS DNA COMPARISON WILL PROVE OF THERE IS A GENETIC TRIBAL LINKAGE. CLICK HERE TO ORDER A KIT AND REMIT PAYMENT OF $249 FOR TWO PERSONS TO BE TESTED.

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Native American linkage is based on a sample comparison to a proven member of the group, which identifies specific tribal linkage.

If you cannot get such a sample you can do a generic Native American, or First Nation test, which may prove linkage, but not to a specific group. This can be done with our Ancestral Origin test.

According to Office of Management and Budget, "American Indian or Alaska Native" refers to a person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America) and who maintains tribal affiliation or community attachment There are 562 recognized tribes in the U.S.A., plus at least 50 others in Canada, divided into First Nation, Inuit, and Metis.

Tribal grouping

American and Alaska Native alone

American and Alaska Native alone

American Indian and Alaska Native in combination with one or more races

American Indian and Alaska Native in combination with one or more races

American Indian and Alaska Native tribal grouping alone or in any combination

Tribal grouping

One tribal grouping reported

More than one tribal grouping reported

One tribal grouping reported

More than one tribal grouping reported

Total

2,423,531

52,425

1,585,396

57,949

4,119,301

Apache

57,060

7,917

24,947

6,909

96,833

Blackfeet

27,104

4,358

41,389

12,899

85,750

Cherokee

281,069

18,793

390,902

38,769

729,533

Cheyenne

11,191

1,365

4,655

993

18,204

Chickasaw

20,887

3,014

12,025

2,425

38,351

Chippewa

105,907

2,730

38,635

2,397

149,669

Choctaw

87,349

9,552

50,123

11,750

158,774

Colville

7,833

193

1,308

59

9,393

Comanche

10,120

1,568

6,120

1,568

19,376

Cree

2,488

724

3,577

945

7,734

Creek

40,223

5,495

21,652

3,940

71,310

Crow

9,117

574

2,812

891

13,394

Delaware

8,304

602

6,866

569

16,341

Houma

6,798

79

1,794

42

8,713

Iroquois

45,212

2,318

29,763

3,529

80,822

Kiowa

8,559

1,130

2,119

434

12,242

Latin American Indian

104,354

1,850

73,042

1,694

180,940

Lumbee

51,913

642

4,934

379

57,868

Menominee

7,883

258

1,551

148

9,840

Navajo

269,202

6,789

19,491

2,715

298,197

Osage

7,658

1,354

5,491

1,394

15,897

Ottawa

6,432

623

3,174

448

10,677

Paiute

9,705

1,163

2,315

349

13,532

Pima

8,519

999

1,741

234

11,493

Potawatomi

15,817

592

8,602

584

25,595

Pueblo

59,533

3,527

9,943

1,082

74,085

Puget Sound Salish

11,034

226

3,212

159

14,631

Seminole

12,431

2,982

9,505

2,513

27,431

Shoshone

7,739

714

3,039

534

12,026

Sioux

108,272

4,794

35,179

5,115

153,360

Tohono O’odham

17,466

714

1,748

159

20,087

Ute

7,309

715

1,944

417

10,385

Yakama

8,481

561

1,619

190

10,851

Yaqui

15,224

1,245

5,184

759

22,412

Yuman

7,295

526

1,051

104

8,976

Other specified American Indian tribes

240,521

9,468

100,346

7,323

357,658

American Indian tribe, not specified2

109,644

57

86,173

28

195,902

Alaska Athabascan

14,520

815

3,218

285

18,838

Aleut

11,941

832

3,850

355

16,978

Eskimo

45,919

1,418

6,919

505

54,761

Tlingit-Haida

14,825

1,059

6,047

434

22,365

Other specified Alaska Native tribes

2,552

435

841

145

3,973

Alaska Native tribe, not specified

6,161

370

2,053

118

8,702

American Indian or Alaska Native tribes, not specified3

511,960

(X)

544,497

(X)

1,056,457

First Nation and Native American Ancestry DNA Test

DNA contains the information to determine an individuals ancestral heritage. During the migration of the human population, First Nation and Native Americans developed a unique genetic markers that allows them to be accurately identified. These genetic markers can be identified in Métis and anyone who may have aboriginal ancestry. This test shows the percentage of a person's DNA consistent with the Native American population and the percentage of his or her DNA consistent with other populations.

Parentage (Paternity and Maternity) DNA Test

This Parentage test determines if a First Nation, Métis and Native American is the biological father or mother of a child. These results are conclusive to determine the probability of paternity or maternity. A parentage test is the most-often used DNA test for enrollment. This test determines whether a tribal member could be the biological father or mother of a child. We all inherit our DNA from our biological parents. A parentage test compares an enrollee's DNA pattern with that of the tribal member (the alleged parent) to check for evidence of this inheritance—the most definitive proof of a biological relationship.

Family Relationship DNA Tests

Family relationship test include aunt/uncle test, siblingship test, and grandparentage test. This test is available to help verify biological relationships. For example, testing can be performed to determine whether or not an enrollee is a sibling, grandchild, or other relative of a First Nation or Native American tribe These tests are usually performed when the tribal member who is an alleged parent is no longer available for testing.

DNA results are an important factor in the evidence undertaken by decision making authorities.

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