My husband is Bahamian(currently residing in Bahamas) and he was told he could acquire a U.S. passport as a Native American because Bahamians are recognized as Indian(native american).
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Not sure Bahamians are recognized as native Americans, however I doubt very much they are. But even if they were, the issue of native American nations passport is a thorny one; look what happened to the Iroquois national lacrosse team..
You got that wrong, am afraid. The "Bahamians" are the wrong kind of "Indians" and not "Native Americans" for the purpose of that law. Check again please.
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You were told wrong.
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