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Internationally-educated PTs who live outside the U.S. are not eligible for APTA membership are invited to become International Partners.

International Partners pay an annual subscription of $50 US.

Benefits of Belonging

International partners enjoy many benefits, including:

Subscribe Online to Become an International Partner

Click here and log in if you already have an online profile with APTA, or select "Create a free account" if you don't have an online profile with APTA.

If creating a new account, fill out the Create Account page. You can leave the State/Province option blank. Click "Save" when finished. An email will be sent to the address you provided. Once you receive the email, click the link to verify your address.

Following the steps above will lead you to the Subscriptions page. Under the "International Partners" option, select "Individual." The page will refresh, and your selection will appear with a Pay Now button. Click and continue through the checkout process.

Pasos para convertirse en un socio internacional:

Haga clic aquí e inicie sesión si ya tiene un perfil en línea con APTA, si no tiene un perfil en línea con APTA, seleccione "crear una cuenta gratuita".

Si crea una nueva cuenta, complete la página "Crear cuenta". Puede dejar en blanco la opción Estado / Provincia. Haga clic en "Guardar" cuando haya terminado. Se enviará un correo electrónico a la dirección que proporcionó. Una vez que reciba el correo electrónico, haga clic en el enlace para verificar su dirección.

Si sigue los pasos anteriores, llegará a la página de "Suscripciones". En la opción "Socios internacionales", seleccione "Individual". La página se actualizará y su selección aparecerá con un botón "Pagar ahora". Haga clic y continúe con el proceso de pago.

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