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General Membership Tips
Individual Memberships are fully transferable, if an individual changes jobs and has an Individual Membership, simply inform the local chapter and the State Office of their change and provide new contact information. The $35 application fee is a one-time fee. A member never has to pay that fee again, even if they leave FPRA and want to rejoin at another time.
Frequently Asked Questions about FPRA Membership
Q: If an FPRA member leaves a company and that company keeps the membership and replaces the member, what is the process?
A: If the replacement member has been a member before, all they need to do is submit a resume and application to their local chapter. No application fee is necessary. If the replacement member has not been a member in the past, they need to fill out an application, submit a resume and a one-time $35 application fee. If the replacement member is a current FPRA member, all they need to do is submit new contact information, no application is necessary.
Q: If a person leaves a company and the company lets them take their membership with them, how is the membership transferred?
A: Memberships paid for by a company are non-transferable from the company to the individual.
Q: If a member leaves a company and wants to rejoin with a new company (that has not had a previous member), what is the process?
A: The member needs to have their new company pay the membership dues (cost dependent on time of year), fill out an application, submit resume describing new duties and turn it in to their local chapter. No application fee is necessary. Until the member rejoins with the new company, their membership is inactive.
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