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#468534 - 01/25/12 10:04 AM How to write the basic membership application?
Jupiter Offline


Registered: 03/20/09
Posts: 93
Loc: Far Below
Hi,

I've few questions here; I want to make sure everything is made accurately.

I've downloaded the one-page basic membership application. Can I print it first then fill it manually by hand writing, or do I edit it with something like MS Paint.

I use P.O. Box address, so what do I write in the "Street"? My address will be already on the ID Card.

Where should the signature be?

On the other hand, if I live in Africa (I do) what are the requirement of having permission or pre-approval, Is there something I've to do or say first?

I just want to make sure everything is in place, excuse my anxiety. blush

Thank you!
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#468535 - 01/25/12 10:15 AM Re: How to write the basic membership application? [Re: Jupiter]
Quaark Offline

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1. Printing it out and writing the info by hand, is fine.

2. Use the address at which you want to always receive mail from the CoS, whatever that is.

3. Signature at bottom is fine.

4. In your case I do not think your location is a problem, just complete it and send it in.
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#468542 - 01/25/12 11:14 AM Re: How to write the basic membership application? [Re: Quaark]
Jupiter Offline


Registered: 03/20/09
Posts: 93
Loc: Far Below
Very good. I'm preparing my papers now.
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what makes us unhappy."

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