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Membership Application for Individuals Residing in Economically Developing Countries

In an effort to fulfill ACM's mission of disseminating computing and information technology ideas, techniques and discoveries, as widely as possible, ACM has developed a special set of membership dues (based on the World Bank GNI per capita Atlas method data) for both professionals and students, and Digital Library subscription pricing affordable to individuals residing in economically developing countries.
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  1. Please click on the type of membership that applies to you -- Professional or Student -- and select your country of residence:
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  2. Complete the Professional or Student Membership Application and pay using a credit card, or print the form and fax or mail it in to us:

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