Renew Your Individual Sustaining, Student or Military NFPA Membership

PLEASE NOTE: This form is for existing Individual Sustaining, Military and Student members to renew their membership. If you are applying for NFPA membership for the first time, please consider joining a Member Association near you, or use the membership application form.

Membership is based on the calendar year. October 1 through December 31, pay the full annual rate for membership through December 31, 2016.

First name: (required)
Middle name or initial:
Last name: (required)
E-mail address: (required)
Street address: (required)
City: (required)
State: (required)
Zip code: (required)
If above address is not residential,
name of the organization:
Phone number: (required)
Membership type:
Individual Sustaining ($95 annually)
Student ($50 annually) - must be currently enrolled in paralegal studies or a recent graduate (within 6 months)
Military ($45 annually) - must be an active duty military paralegal
Only for Student renewals: Attach a copy of your unofficial transcript showing current or recent studies. Attachment must be less than 4 MB.
Would you like a membership certificate? no      yes ($10)
“I attest that I qualify for the membership type selected above.”

modified 10/2/2015

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