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Tribal ID Law

In 2011, South Dakota enacted law to make the Tribal ID a recognized form of identification. Here is information regarding the Tribal ID.

diamond bullet Tribal ID Law


diamond bullet Tribal ID Booklet (PDF)

diamond bullet Tribal ID Poster (PDF)


Tribal Enrollment Offices

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe

PO Box 325

Eagle Butte, SD


Crow Creek Sioux Tribe

PO Box 139

Fort Thompson, SD  57339


Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe

PO Box 283

Flandreau, SD  57028


Lower Brule Sioux Tribe

PO Box 187

Lower Brule, SD  57548


Oglala Sioux Tribe

PO Box 2070

Pine Ridge, SD  57770


Rosebud Sioux Tribe

PO Box 335

Rosebud, SD  57570


Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate

PO Box 509

Agency Village, SD  57262

605-698-3911, ext. 204

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

PO Box E

Fort Yates, ND  58538


Yankton Sioux Tribe

PO Box 1153

Wagner, SD  57380

605-384-3641, ext. 268




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