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indian child law

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asked Dec 6, 2013 in Legal Topics by anonymous
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The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) of 1978 is Federal law that administers the evacuation and out-of-home situation of American Indian kids. The law was instituted after distinguished by the Federal Government that American Indian youngsters were being evacuated from their homes and groups at a much higher rate than non-Native kids. ICWA created norms for the position of Indian youngsters in encourage and assenting homes and empowered Tribes and families to be included in youngster welfare cases
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