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[and] therefore reflect the most minimal statement of the problem." (21) Congress studied this problem for several years and held multiple congressional hearings before enacting the ICWA.
With the passing of the ICWA, the theft, removal, and relocation of Indian children would come to be recognized as a neocolonial assault on one of the "most valuable natural resource[s]" of Native communities-their children (Hollinger 456).
Like the petitioner in Yates, the adoptive couple argued that construing ICWA to prevent termination of the unwed biological father's parental rights would render the statute unconstitutional.
Also, the justices decided to leave it up to individual courts to decide whether nonresident attorneys in ICWA cases should be admitted to appear in those courts pro hac vice.
In a press statement issued to Tribune Online on Friday and signed by the President General and Secretary General of ICWA, Mr Chris Nnoli and Walter Temple respectively commiserated with the bereaved families of those who lost their loved ones during the crisis.
"ICWA coerces state agencies and courts to carry out unconstitutional and illegal federal policy, and decide custody based on race," Paxton said in a statement Friday.
Wilson is correct in his comparison with the ICWA. Like the legislation in Minnesota, the ICWA was meant to right a historic wrong.
Zakir Hussain, of the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA), a New Delhi-based think tank, said that "the wide-ranging agreement" showed that "we have reached a second level of our relations, we don't need to explore areas.
The foreign minister will hold talks on regional developments and bilateral relations with India's Minister of External Affairs, Sushma Swaraj, and will deliver a speech on the Middle East at the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA).
This is done under the auspices of the 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), a law that applies to any child who is "eligible for membership" in a tribe and whose parent is a member, regardless of whether that child has ever lived on a reservation or has any familiarity with a tribe's culture, language, religion, or history.
Indians who write and pass the CMA exam from UAE or any country outside India, can get a honourary ICWA (Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India) title.