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Common Questions about The Tribal Domicile

What is a federally recognized Indian tribe?

A federally-recognized Indian Tribe is an American Indian or Alaska Native tribal entity that is recognized as having a government-to-government relationship with the U.S. A list of federally-recognized Indian tribes is published periodically in the Federal Register. 


Can the Delaware Tribe of Indians form corporations?
Yes, Delaware Tribe of Indians Tribal Code, Title 18, Business Corporation Act.

Does the Delaware Tribe of Indians regulate insurance?
Yes. Delaware Tribe of Indians Tribal Code, Title 27, Insurance Company Act.

How is a tribally-chartered insurance company treated for federal income tax purposes?
A tribally-chartered insurance company is treated as a domestic insurance company under the Internal Revenue Code.


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