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    03-12-2008, 11:46 PM
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APHA transfer papers

We are filling out the forms now to put Sonny in my name but I had a question on it.

Since I am not a member of APHA I know I'll need to get a membership. It says above either a Regular membership or a Junior membership. What's the difference...other than price and name?

I'm 17 now so still could get in for the Junior Membership...I think...but I wanted to see what would be best.

Also, I know to send it so where we can track it, but what other special shipping stuff should I get? I definitely don't want to loose it.

How long does it usually take to get it shipped back to me and the papers in my name?

Thanks in advance
     
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    03-13-2008, 12:30 AM
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I don't know the difference, but I would think the junior is geared toward kids, whereas the regular is geared towards adults.

You could get delivery confirmation and a tracking number when you send it, and I guess insurance if you want too.

I believe it takes a couple of weeks before my fiance and I got our papers. Possibly a little longer, i'm not sure.

We also photocopied everything just in case it did get lost, we had proof we went it.
     
    03-13-2008, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by appylover31803
i don't know the difference, but I would think the junior is geared toward kids, whereas the regular is geared towards adults.

You could get delivery confirmation and a tracking number when you send it, and I guess insurance if you want too.

I believe it takes a couple of weeks before my fiance and I got our papers. Possibly a little longer, i'm not sure.

We also photocopied everything just in case it did get lost, we had proof we went it.
ok thanks!!! I know the cutoff for "junior" is 18, so I don't know if I can make it into the Junior. It's about $20 difference between the two which would be really nice haha
     

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