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In any adoptive placement of a Native American child, a preference shall be given to a placement with Native American adoptive parents. When a birth parent indicates that they have Native American ancestry, you must notify the tribe and obtain consents under the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Brackeen v. Bernhardt
2019 5th Cir. Court of Appeal's decision affirming the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act and the regulations.
Representing Parents in Child Welfare Cases by
Call Number: KF 8925 .C45 G84
Publication Date: 2015
Chapter 11 of this book at the Franklin County Law Library is about the Indian Child Welfare Act.