Status Card Application

Before taking the time to fill out forms for your status card, please know what form you need to fill out:

Circumstance #1: if you have never had a Status Card but know that you are entitled to have one

Circumstance #2: you have never had a Status Card but the Gender Equity ruling gave you the right to have one (for Bill C-3 Applicants Only)

Circumstance #3: you already had or have an old Status Card, but you want or need the new one called the Secure Certificate of Indian Status (SCIS) 


Circumstance #1: if you have never had a Status Card but know that you are entitled to have one

STEP 1: Apply for Indian Registration

  • Application for Registration of an Adult Under the Indian Act Form No. Inter 83-044E, Version 2012-04-01 HTML | Fill & Print   (821 Kb)
  • Application for Registration of a Child Under the Indian Act Form No. Inter 83-044AE, Version 2012-04-01 HTML | Fill & Print   (811 Kb)


STEP 2: Once you receive confirmation from the government saying that you are an Indian, you have to apply again with different form to get your status card

  • Application for Certificate of Indian Status Form No. Inter 83-009E, Version 2012-04-01 HTML | Fill & Print   (778 Kb)
  • Indian Register Data Entry - Amendments Form No. Inter 83-070E, Version 2012-04-01 HTML | Fill & Print   (564 Kb)
  • Indian Register Data Entry - Events Form No. Inter 83-073E, Version 2012-04-01 HTML | Fill & Print   (307 Kb)



Circumstance #2: you have never had a Status Card but the Gender Equity ruling gave you the right to have one (for Bill C-3 Applicants Only)

You must meet ALL three of the following conditions:

  • the applicant's grandmother lost her entitlement to registration as a Status Indian as a result of marrying a non-Indian;
  • one of the applicant's parents is/was entitled to be registered pursuant to subsection 6(2) of the Indian Act; AND
  • the applicant, or one of his/her siblings of the same entitled to be registered parent, was born on or after September 4, 1951.


If you meet all three conditions, you are eligible and have to complete the following forms and mail them together to INAC:

  1. 2011 Indian Act Amendments - Gender Equity in Indian Registration Act Application for Registration and Secure Certificate of Indian Status Form No. Inter 83-114E, Version 2011-01-31 HTML | Fill & Print (111 Kb) | Print Only (331 Kb) Instructions for this form HTML | Print Only   
  2. Registration and Secure Certificate of Indian Status (in-Canada SCIS) Guarantor Declaration Form No. Inter 83-120E, Version 2011-01-31 HTML | Fill & Print   (81 Kb) | Print Only  (61 Kb) Photograph Requirements

*****If an eligible Guarantor cannot be obtained using Form No. Inter 83-120E, applicants must complete and submit the following form:

  • Registration and Secure Certificate of Indian Status (in-Canada SCIS) Statutory Declaration in Lieu of Guarantor Form No. Inter 83-119E, Version 2011-01-31
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Circumstance #3: you already had or have an old Status Card, but you want or need the new one called the Secure Certificate of Indian Status (SCIS) 

These forms are intended for all Registered Indians who require a Secure Certificate of Indian Status (SCIS). Please read over and complete the form carefully, because failure to complete all the sections of the form and submit all necessary documentation will result in your application being refused and returned to you. A complete application package allows for improved service through more efficient and timely processing of applications.

  • Guarantor Declaration Form No. Inter 83-111E HTML |  Print Only   (66 Kb)
  • Statutory Declaration Concerning A Lost, Stolen, Damaged Or Destroyed SCIS Form No. Inter 83-113E HTML | Print Only   (167 Kb)
  • Adult Application for Applicants sixteen (16) Years of Age or Older Form No. Inter 83-130E HTML | Print Only   (88 Kb)
  • Parent or Legal Guardian Application For Applicants Fifteen (15) Years of Age or Younger or a Dependent AdultForm No. Inter 83-131E HTML | Print Only   (92 Kb)


Please visit the Indigenious and Northern Affairs Website for more information or contact the Long Lake #58 First Nation Membership Clerk and Main Secretary, Valerie Patabon Phone: (807) 876-2292 or (800) 463-8079 ext. 221 or Email: Valarie.patabon@longlake58fn.ca



Information about your Status Card

In an effort to promote awareness and understanding of Ontario’s policies surrounding the HST exemption for First Nations, the here are some informational documents:


For further information regarding First Nation exemption from the HST, visit the Union of Ontario Indians website at http://www.anishinabek.ca/notax or the Ontario Ministry of Finance website at http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/tax/hst/index.html

© Long Lake #58 First Nation March 2017