TCF Eligibility Document Sharing Request Form

- For Sharing to CIRI Only -

The CIRI Foundation (TCF) requires documents linking an applicant to their Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI)  Original Enrollee* such as birth certificates, marriage licenses, death certificates, adoption records, etc. to form their eligibility for scholarship and grant funding. These documents are kept on file for each person who is funded by TCF. They may also be required if you are submitting a CIRI Descendant Registration form.

Descendants of CIRI shareholders may register their information with CIRI, learn more here.

Please use this form if you would like to request a copy of your eligibility documents on file with TCF. Documents given to TCF can only be shared back to the applicant if the applicant originally provided them. TCF does not have regular access or permission to share records exclusively held by CIRI.

*Original Enrollee is an individual whom acquired shares from Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) during the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.

TCF Eligibility Document Sharing Request Form

- For Sharing to CIRI Only -


    Previous Names:

    Date of Birth:

    Email Address:

    Phone Number:

    Dates you previously applied for TCF scholarships or grants:

    Please read: The CIRI Foundation keeps eligibility documents (birth certificates, marriage certificates, etc.) on file for previously funded applicants. In most cases, the applicant provides these documents for their application, however sometimes TCF will verify eligibility via records on file with Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI). In those circumstances, the eligibility documents on file with CIRI are considered private and cannot be released to the applicant.