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CLASSES OF MEMBERSHIP

Active Membership: any practitioner in the medical professions as defined in Section 1.1 who holds a degree from a recognized institute in good standing. An active member shall have the right to vote on all propositions submitted to the membership at large, the right to vote upon the elections of officers, and the privilege to attend all meetings of the Association, except as hereinafter provided.

Associate Membership: Any person who practices in a medical, Nursing, pharmacy or an allied health field who is not otherwise eligible to hold Active Membership as described under Section 1.1 shall be eligible for Associate Membership. An associate member shall have the right to attend meetings of the Association and shall have the privileges of Active Membership excluding the right to vote and the right to hold office.

Honorary Membership: This category of membership is restricted to those persons who have shown a special interest in the Association and internationally renowned Egyptian physicians. An Honorary member shall have the right to attend meetings of the Association and shall have all the privileges of Active membership excluding the right to vote and the right to hold office.

International Members: Any practitioner in the medical professions as defined in Section 1.1 who holds a degree from a recognized institute in good standing and is not a resident of the United States may on application to and approval by the Board of Directors be classified as an International member. An International member shall have the right to attend meetings of the Association and shall have all the privileges of Active membership excluding the right to vote and the right to hold office. Candidates for International membership cannot be currently eligible for other categories of EAMA membership.

Life Members: Any person who has: 1) held active, or international membership in the EAMA for a minimum of 15 years and who has attained the age of 60; or 2) held active, or international membership in the EAMA for a minimum of 10 years and who has attained the age of 70; or 3) held active, or international membership in the EAMA for a minimum of 20 years and who is retired from practice; or 4) become permanently disabled, may on application to and approval by the Board of Directors be classified as a life member.

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