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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter DPart 23 → Subpart H


Title 25: Indians
PART 23—INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT


Subpart H—Assistance to State Courts


Contents
§23.81   Assistance in identifying witnesses.
§23.82   Assistance in identifying language interpreters.
§23.83   Assistance in locating biological parents of Indian child after termination of adoption.

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§23.81   Assistance in identifying witnesses.

Upon the request of a party in an involuntary Indian child custody proceeding or of a court, the Secretary or his/her designee shall assist in identifying qualified expert witnesses. Such requests for assistance shall be sent to the Regional Director designated in §23.11(c). The BIA is not obligated to pay for the services of such expert witnesses.

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§23.82   Assistance in identifying language interpreters.

Upon the request of a party in an Indian child custody proceeding or of a court, the Secretary or his/her designee shall assist in identifying language interpreters. Such requests for assistance should be sent to the Regional Director designated in §23.11(c). The BIA is not obligated to pay for the services of such language interpreters.

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§23.83   Assistance in locating biological parents of Indian child after termination of adoption.

Upon the request of a child placement agency, the court or an Indian tribe, the Secretary or his/her designee shall assist in locating the biological parents or prior Indian custodians of an adopted Indian child whose adoption has been terminated pursuant to 25 U.S.C. 1914. Such requests for assistance should be sent to the Regional Director designated in §23.11(c).

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