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How do I notify OHNC of a name change?

If a shareholder has a legal name change, he or she should submit written notification of the name change with a copy of the legal document authorizing the change (e.g. marriage certificate, divorce decree specifically restoring former name, adoption decree, etc.) to the OHNC office.

How do I obtain direct deposit?

Direct Deposit information can be obtained by calling the Old Harbor Native Corporation offices. Or visit the Direct Deposit Information Page.

Are there other resources for help when a loved one dies?

You should also contact the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Social Services in Juneau, Alaska toll-free at (800) 645-8397.

Bureau of Indian Affairs
3601 C Street, Suite 1100
Anchorage AK 99503
Or visit their website

Whom do I contact for Certificate of Indian Blood?

To obtain a Certificate of Indian Blood, contact

    Bureau of Indian Affairs
    3601 C Street, Suite 1100
    Anchorage, Alaska, 99503
    Telephone (907) 271-4084
    Toll-free 1-800-645-8465
    Fax (907) 271-4090

Shareholders may request that their enrollment number and the corporation where they are enrolled be included on the certificate.  Alaska Native children and persons not on the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) roll may also request a Certificate of Indian Blood.  The request must be accompanied by a copy of a birth certificate.

How do I notify OHNC of an address change?

Shareholders may submit a written notification to the OHNC, 2702 Denali Street, Suite 100 Anchorage, Alaska 99503. It must be signed by the shareholder and include the shareholder's name, new address, telephone number, birth date, and social security number.

How do I become an OHNC member or shareholder? How can my child or grandchild become a member or shareholder?

Native corporation stock cannot be sold and enrollment to the corporation closed in the 1970s. Today, the only way to become a shareholder is to receive stock through inheritance or as a gift from an OHNC shareholder. For a gifting packet, contact

    Old Harbor Native Corporation
    2702 Denali Street, Suite 100 Anchorage, Alaska 99503