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Regular Membership in the Association shall be open to all physicians of Cameroonian heritage, physicians married to Cameroonians, physicians who are naturalized citizens of Cameroon, practicing, teaching or otherwise engaged in the medical profession in the United States of America and Canada.
Associate/Resident Membership in the Association shall be open to all physicians of Cameroonian heritage, physicians married to Cameroonians, physicians who are naturalized citizens of Cameroon who are who are currently undergoing training as interns, residents, and fellows in the United States or Canada.
Student Membership in the Association shall be open to all persons of Cameroonian heritage, married to Cameroonians, or naturalized citizens of Cameroon who are medical students in Accredited Medical Schools in the United States, Canada or Affiliate US Medical Schools in the Caribbean. Student members shall have an observatory status in the association.
Affiliate Membership shall be open, at the discretion of the General Assembly, to individuals of Cameroonian heritage, married to Cameroonians, or naturalized citizens of Cameroon who are in other medical or allied health professions in the United States or Canada and who do not otherwise qualify for Full, Associate or Student membership. An affiliate member shall have all the rights of full members except the right to make motions, vote or hold an elective office.
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