How to Find Out If I Am Eligible for Indian Money?

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If a person wants to find out if they are eligible for Indian money, they need to contact the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The Bureau of Indian Affairs will be able to help them with all questions about who is eligible for the money. The Bureau of Indian Affairs is part of the United States Department of the Interior. As of March 2013, the Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Indian Affairs is Kevin Washburn.
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