Citizenship & Registry
Reach out to the Central Registry
The MNBC Central Registry is responsible for issuing Métis identification in the province of British Columbia. MNBC is the only Métis organization in BC to be recognized by the provincial and federal governments as the official political representative of Métis people in the province of BC. To apply, renew or update your Citizenship, please reach out to the Central Registry below.
WANT TO APPLY
Learn more about checking eligibility, reasons to apply, ways to apply, FAQs or applying on someone’s behalf.
Do you have questions about your application or where your application is in the process?
RECEIVED AN ANSWER?
Learn more about Letters of Support for school, sport or job applications, wait times for Citizenship Cards or No Homeland Connection notifications.
IF YOU ARE A CITIZEN
Learn more about renewing or replacing your Citizenship Card, updating your contact information or requesting information from your citizenship file.
CITIZENSHIP FOR CHILDREN IN CARE
If you are a Social Worker, Parent or Legal Guardian of a Child in Care of the Ministry of Children and Family development or and a Child Aging Out of Care, please contact the Central Registry.
Learn more about what information you need to apply for Citizenship or renew your Citizenship Card.
Check wait time for applications, renewals and replacements.
ABOUT THE CENTRAL REGISTRY
The Central Registry is here to help. If you have questions about your eligibility, application or renewal, and citizenship, we have answers. To reach out to our team or learn more about the history of the Central Registry, click below.
Want to learn more about the history of the Central Registry or reach out to our team? We’d love to hear from you.