Cherokee Nation’s Tribal Registration Office is temporarily closed to in-person assistance and will reopen on Monday, October 4.
More information on the Tribal Registration website.

Tag Office

Tag Office Lobbies Are Closed

COVID-19 Guidelines and information when visiting the Tag Offices.

Boat and Motor Registration

Rules & Fees in this section apply to Compact Jurisdiction area only.

MSO, Title, or Registration
MSO – must be signed by dealership. Must be notarized unless boat/outboard motor was purchased from a non-notary state. TITLE - must be signed by the seller. Must be notarized unless boat/outboard motor was purchased from a non-notary state. REGISTRATION – may be used only if state boat/outboard motor comes from is not a title-issuing state.

BM-10
A BM-10 Verification of H.I.N. or serial number is required on ownership transfer of a new or used boat/outboard motor, regardless of the assignment date and regardless of whether purchased in state or out of state.

Bill of Sale
A bill of sale is required with a new boat/outboard motor, that has an MSO. An Affidavit of Purchase Price may be complete on all others.

Drivers License
A valid Oklahoma driver's license is necessary to register a vehicle through the Cherokee Nation.

Cherokee Citizenship
Proof of your Cherokee Nation citizenship is required.

Proof of Residence
A current Utility bill (Water, Gas, or Electric) dated within the last 30 days. A current physical address on Driver License will be accepted as well.

Lien Information
If lien information has already been perfected on MSO or title this information must be stamped on the face of the title. In the case that the lien has not been perfected, the lien information must be documented on the back of the title and in a Cherokee Nation Lien Entry Form. It must be typed and signed by the lending institution and presented along with the title or MSO. A Lien Release, if any, must be attached.

Application
Application for Cherokee Nation Certificate of Title for Boat - Outboard Motor is required to be complete, signed, and notarized with mail-in titles only.