What is Indigenous of the North?
This unincorporated business is a web base tribal business ran by the Xi-Amaru family, who themselves are Aboriginal American ARNA nationals. This entity is certified and currently operating under the authority of The Aboriginal Republic of North America (ARNA) a.k.a Xi-Amaru Tribal Government.
Indigenous of the North was created with the intention of bringing awareness to the so called “African American”, “Negros”, “Black” people true identity as Being Indigenous people of the Americas. This is done by providing information about the tribal indigenous government ARNA, which currently resides on the landmass known as North America. This is the first “black” indigenous government in America for “black” people.
Indigenous of the North launched their website indigenousofthenorth.com back in April and have since remain consistent in building a prestigious reputation for themselves.
Creating one of the most top of the line experience that has been unseen in the Xi Tribe community, until now.
But ever since the launch there has been a few confusion concerning the entity.
This article is intended to clear things up, by answering 5 of the most frequently ask questions the business has received since beginning operations.
In this article:
- Is this business the same as ARNA?
- Why should I do business with them?
- Do they offer all of ARNA services and products?
- Can Indigenous of the North provide me with updates on a service or product I purchased on a similar website?
- I have questions. How can I get in touch with them?
Is this business the same as ARNA?
Why should I do business with them?
They are constantly working on innovative solutions to deliver top notch customer care experiences to everyone that comes in contact with them, whether national or non-national, they make you a priority.
Do they offer all of ARNA services and products?
No, at this time they only offer a selective few of the governments services and products. To name some; Level 1 Jurist Course, Nationalizing Service for adults and children, Credential (IDs) distribution, and more. Click Here to see more of their products and services.
Can Indigenous of the North provide me with updates on a service or product I purchased on a similar website?
No. They provide ARNA services that similar businesses may offer, but can only guarantee updates on services and products to individuals who go directly through their website indigenousofthenorth.com.
They provide information to the government per protocol, but at this time do not have access to the primary database. Even in the event of wanting to assist someone, who may have requested services via the government website they would not be able to.
That being said, let’s break it down. Any service/product someone orders whether through the government website or any other website, Indigenous of the North does not have access to retrieve any information from other entities database, and cannot be held liable for services, payment or anything else, that was not done directly through their website.
It is highly recommended to reach out directly to the business you requested services from, or schedule a non refundable general consultation to see if it is something Indigenous of the North can help you with. In special cases (concerning jurists issues and among other things) their team may be able to contact other entities on your behalf, to see if there is a comment or update concerning your issue or request, but there is no guarantees an issue you may have with another business can be rectified through them.
I have questions. How can I get in touch with them?
You have to book a consultation. This business works primarily by appointments. Click here to see the weekly schedule for consultation. The second best way to get in touch is by sending a brief email inquiry, if the email happens to leads to an unscheduled call consultation you will be sent an email invoice for the session.
There you have it, Indigenous of the North is an unincorporated tribal business, making a successful online presence for itself, through providing some of ARNA products and services, among their own unique services to the community. The business is focus on providing great customer service through constant innovation on its website.
Indigenous of the North offer updates on services and products they provide. Although this is a tribal unincorporated business certified by ARNA, at this time Indigenous of the North does not have access to retrieve any information from the government database or other entities database to provide any updates to an individual.
In some cases they may be able to reach out to other entities on your behalf but there is no guarantees on the issue being resolved, that is why they highly recommend you go directly to the source you primarily requested services/products from.
This business works primarily by consultations. The best way to get answers to questions is by booking a consultation.
By Nnakina Xi-Amaru|
Published September 06, 2020
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